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Eyebrow laceration

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    Does anyone know which organ system an eyebrow laceration would fall under according to 1995 EM Guidelines? I'm leaning toward "skin," but it could be eye. Thank you!

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    I beleive you need to see cpt codes 12011 through 12018 hope that helps. T.A

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    Eyebrow laceration is a skin repair and the procedure code is in the 12000 series codes, depending on depth and length of laceration repair.

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    believe you are asking what this is for an exam.
    You are correct it would be skin.
    Robin Ingalls-Fitzgerald CCS, CPC, FCS, CEMC, CEDC

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    Skin is correct, it is coded from the integumentary system

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