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Shaving of epidermal or dermal lesions

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    A PHYSICIAN THAT I WORK FOR A PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN THAT DID THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES ON A PATIENT THAT ARE CONFUSING US. 1 - 3MM LEFT VOLAR WRIST; 1 - 5MM LEFT MID BACK; AND 1 - 8MM MEDICAL TORT NIPPLE ON BREAST. HOW DO BILL THEM CORRECTLY. THE DOCTOR HAS THE FOLLOWING CPT CODES FOR US TO CHARGE: 11300, 11301, AND THEN HE WROTE 11300 AGAIN. CAN WE ACTUALLY BILL THESE PROCEUDRES CODES TOGETER? OR DO WE ADD ALL OF THE SHAVING TOGETHER TO BILL IT CORRECTLY? HELP PLEASE

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    breast 11301
    wrist 11300-51
    back 11300-59

    V. Kratzer, CPC

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