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excision of hughes flap

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    Default excision of hughes flap
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    Can anyone help with a cpt code for the above procedure?

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    Look at 67975 to see if this fits.

    Per Encoder Pro:

    The patient's face and eyelid are draped and prepped for surgery. Local or general anesthesia may be administered. Approximately six weeks after a separately reported reconstruction of the eyelid, the tissue is divided to create an upper and lower lid. Any redundant tissue is trimmed

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