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Excision of liver nodule

Lee Posted Wed 15th of August, 2012 14:19:50 PM

Can anyone help me with an excision of a liver nodule?

SuperCoder Answered Wed 15th of August, 2012 19:25:11 PM

The nearest code to match is 47100. Wedge biopsy is an excisional biopsy in which the physician takes a wedge-shaped section of liver tissue with a needle or surgical knife.

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