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    Default I& d of intranasal abscess

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    Would cpt code 30000 be th correct code for an I &D of an intranasal abscess or would cpt code 10060? THANKS

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    Default Depends on approach

    As per CPT it all depends on the approach. If an internal approach is used then you code 30000. If external approach use 10060.

    F Tessa Bartels, CPC, CEMC

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