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    Default Acellular dermal allograft

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    Can someone please let me know if there is a code for ADA for adults? CPT 15330 is the right code but for the wrong age group. thanks so much!

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    The code is appicable to adults and children. The code specifies first 100 sq cm or less for adults or 1% of body area for children and infants. This is because of the difference in size between an adult's and child's body surface. I hope this helps.

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