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Procedure Code For Staple Removal
It depends...: If your doctor is a contracted member of your insurance plan, and your deductible and co-insurance level is reasonable, the cost should be nominal. Ask your doctor's office staff the check your benefits and provide you with an out-of-pocket estimate. This should be pretty close to your exact cost. ...Read more
Is there a medical reason for delaying the stitching of a wound from outpatient surgery (basil/squamous cell removal) 1 day? Additionally, is it customary to report the stitching procedure as a different procedure for medical insurance charging?
Your : Your doctor may be delaying closure of the wound to allow the pathologist to interpret the pathology specimen and make sure there are no signs that there are cancer cells that need to be removed (i.e., look for positive margins). There are separate medical procedure codes for the skin cancer excision and wound repair so it is customary to see two procedure charges in these types of situations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Small scars.: Unlike general laparoscopic procedures that require four _-inch or smaller incisions and can leave visible scars at all sites of entry, the spls procedure is accomplished through a single 2 CM incision through the belly button - resulting in the potential for no visible scar. Moreover, a single incision minimizes the wound pain that may accompany additional sites of entry. ...Read more
Ask your urologist: what is diagnosis? As a young person, erectile function may be important to you. Get full explanation of risks, options,benefits of each technique. ...Read more
Outpatient general anesthesia for hysteroscopy with dilation curettage would the patient receive little anesthesia since the procedure is short?
When CABG, doctor talk that my LAA will ligation. how is the procedure the LAA ligation? With amputation (removal), sewing, or ligation with thread?
Is blepharoplasty an office procedure? Is blepharoplasty done in the surgeon's office, or is it a hospital procedure?
Quick but can recur: Needle aponuerotomy is an office based procedure, done under local anesthetic, used to straighten fingers contracted by dupuytren's disease. The diseased cord is cut in several places and the finger is straightened. Unfortunately, the chances of recurrence are high. Dupuytren's is a genetic condition and is never cured. Talk to a hand surgeon for operative & non-operative treatments(injections). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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