A skin biopsy is a skin biopsy is an 11100 (Biopsy of skin, subcutaneous tissue and/or mucous membrane [including simple closure], unless otherwise listed; single lesion) -- right? Not necessarily. In fact, CPT® provides multiple site-specific biopsy codes for external lesions that you can report instead of 11100, in some circumstances. Let us help you learn how to pick the proper code and save your general surgery practice up to $112 per lesion.
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