Recurrent melanocytic nevus is a proliferation of melanocytes arising from a melanocytic nevus removed partially. Asymmetry and irregular pigmentation may lead to misdiagnosis of melanoma. We report a patient presented with a lesion on the lower abdomen, which was removed by shave excision. Anatomopathological examination revealed an intradermal melanocytic nevus. Two months later, a new irregular hyperpigmented lesion appeared in the surgical scar. Histopathology of the excisional biopsy revealed a recurrent melanocytic nevus.
Gary N. Fox, MD, and Laura A. Fam Pract Manag. Coding and billing for diagnosing and treating skin lesions is rife with potential pitfalls that could lead to delayed payments at best and increased insurer scrutiny or investigation for fraud at worst.
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This quarterly feature series by expert on dermatology coding, documentation and reimbursement Inga Ellzey will focus on relevant coding issues that most dermatologists frequently encounter. I think that we might be incorrectly coding. My doctor bills when he removes moles for diagnostic purposes.
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