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finger tumor dx

  1. Default finger tumor dx
    Medical Coding Books
    tenosynovial giant cell tumor


    Hello all,

    Is this dx still 727.02 or 215.2 instead?


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    Jacksonville Florida Chapter
    Just from what you gave... I'd use 727.02 unless somewhere in the chart note the Dx actually says benign tenosynovial tumor.
    John Meyer, CPC
    Heekin Clinic

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