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  1. Question Polydactyly
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    Hi All - the MD performed an excision of bilateral polydactyly. I'm stumped because I was advised to use 11200, but the procedure note states an eliptical excision was and cartilage were excised. Would 26587 be more appropriate?
    Any help is much appreciated

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    Cartilage is a stiff and inflexible connective tissue found in many areas in the bodies

    I would use 11200 but that is my opinion

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    Thanks for your response What throws me off is that the description says "soft tissue" which doesn't fit cartilage or does it?

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