Secca Coding Guidance

Secca Procedure 

CPT® Code 46999 

Descriptor: Unlisted code for procedures related to the anus (eg, for fecal incontinence) 

Global Information

Global period (days) = 0

ICD-10 Coding

The most common diagnosis codes for the Secca Procedure are as follows: 

Primary ICD-10 Diagnosis Code: R15.9 Full incontinence of feces

Additional Diagnosis: Code all additional diagnosis as appropriate. Always code to the highest level of specificity.

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