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    Default Morton's Neuroma in the wrist?

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    Dr performed a soft tissue mass excision in the wrist. This read like a ganglion cyst removal. sent to path, it came back Morton's neuroma. Any ideas??????????

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    You can code Excision of mass/tumor in wrist area...

    Nalini CPC

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