Why not the 58700, which is salpinectomy, complete or partial, unilateral or bilateral (separate procedure)?
And I am not completely sure about with this particular surgery, but what I was taught is that lysis of adhesions are usually incidental to the primary procedure and are not coded separately unless there was a significant amount of time spent on it, or it was the only reason for the surgery. But in this case, since the salpingectomy is a (separate procedure), you may be able to use both the 58700 and the 58740. This part I am not completely sure of so maybe someone else in this forum may have the right answer for this part. Good luck
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