I always go by what the path reports says just for the fact that the
physician thought he was removing a polyp and it wasn't so I don't know
why you would code it and then the path report confirmed that it was not.
It's just like when the Dr. states that he feels the polyp looks to be
carcinoma. I always go by the path report because it tells you exactly
what was found.
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