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    Hi Fellows,

    I just need your feedback here. With regards to a patient that had a procedure of Removal of bilateral tissue expander, capsulectomy, bilateral reconstruction with gel-filled implants. I am having a conflict with the Dr's coding these procedure. How would you code these?

    I am coding these as 11970-50 and 19371-50.
    Dr's office code is 19342 and 19371.

    I'll appreciate your feedback. Thanks.
    Last edited by bench; 06-25-2008 at 05:42 PM.

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