Not a easy question to answer on the forum. I would suggest contacting a dermatology practice and tell them what you are doing and see if they would be willing to give you a copy of their superbill that has their most commonly used ICD codes. If that does not get you anywhere, you can't go wrong with teaching the guidelines as they apply to Neoplasms and the Skin. Good Luck.
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