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User: The physician removes 22 skin tags from the patient's right and left axillae. Which correctly codes for the procedure? Question 20 options: A) 11200, 11201 B) 11200, 11201-50 C) 11200, 11201-51 D) 11201
The physician removes 22 skin tags from the patient's right and left axillae. 11200, 11201 codes for the procedure.
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The physician removes 22 skin tags from the patient's right and left axillae. 11200, 11201 codes for the procedure.
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