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CPT code

Marina Posted Tue 18th of October, 2016 17:34:30 PM
What CPT code can I use to bill for an exploratory surgery for ruptured globe of both eyes?
SuperCoder Answered Wed 19th of October, 2016 02:20:09 AM

Greetings from SuperCoder.com!

 

A full-thickness injury to the cornea, sclera, or both is considered an eye globe injury. Considering that your provider has repaired it doing exploratory surgery, you should report CPT code from 65273- 65286 range depending upon the conditions mentioned in the code language.

 

Please feel free to write if you have any further questions.

 

Thanks.

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