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Nicole Posted 5 month(s) ago
If the doctor removed multiple stones within the prostatic fossa using grasping forceps, would this be an unlisted code? Or is there a better code that could be assigned for this?
SuperCoder Posted 5 month(s) ago


Yes, you need to use unlisted code as there is no apprpriate CPT code for removal of stone from prostatic fossa. Using unlisted codes would require writing a letter and linking the procedure performed to a CPT code with with similar time, costs, and effort involved. (in this case, 52317 would be an appropriate code to benchmark).


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