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intralesional excision of an enchondroma w/graft finger

  1. Cool intralesional excision of an enchondroma w/graft finger
    Medical Coding Books
    Surgeon did an intralesional excision of an enchondroma left small finger w/graft.

    I am thinking 26215. Can anyone help me . . . . .

    Thank you

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    Greater Pittsburgh
    I would agree, if the graft is a bone graft.
    jdemar, CPC, CMA

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