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U.S. Surgical Procedure Volumes 2017

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Number of procedures listed: 867                                                   

This complete surgical procedure database quantifies current primary and secondary procedures performed yearly. In addition to the volumes of the current year, this database also contains historical and forecast volumes, minimal invasive ratio and the out-of-hospital ratio of each procedure.

The database is an essential tool to better capture the size, the trends and the potential of the market and the 867 procedures listed makes it the most complete data set available on the market. 

The data, extracted from our global database, is acquired through primary and secondary research that is later confronted with national statistics and validated by final interviews with Key Opinion Leaders, physicians, manufacturers, hospital managers and national coding managers.
 
All our Surgical Procedures Databases are classified into ICD-9 nomenclature, allowing an accurate comparison between markets or segments.

This report is also available in a extensive version (1700 + procedures) and in separate specialty-oriented database and covering up to 60 countries.

The Key Features of this Database:

  • ICD9 codification
  • Historical data
  • Trends and Forecasts
  • Minimal invasive ratio
  • Out-Of-Hospital ratio

Surgical Specialties Listed:

  • Cardiology
  • Neurology
  • Orthopedics
  • Obstetrics/Gynaecologics
  • Urinary System
  • Operations on the Male Genital Organs
  • Endocrinology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Operations on Ear, Nose, Mouth and Pharynx (ENT) (including Dentistry)
  • Operations on the Respiratory System
  • Operations on the Hemic and Lymphatic System
  • Operations on the Digestive System
  • Plastic Surgery and Operations on the Integumentary System
  • Diagnostics Surgery
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Radiology

The Surgical Procedures Database includes both primary and secondary surgical procedures performed in the public, private and university hospitals, private practices and private clinics in USA.

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1. Cardiology
1.1. Operations on valves and septa of heart
1.1.1. Closed heart valvotomy
1.1.1.1. unspecified valve
1.1.1.2. aortic valve
1.1.1.3. mitral valve
1.1.1.4. pulmonary valve
1.1.1.5. tricuspid valve
1.1.2. Transapical aortic valve repair (TAAVI)
1.1.3. Transapical replacement of pulmonary valve
1.1.4. Valvuloplasty
1.1.4.1. Open heart valvuloplasty without replacement
1.1.4.1.1. Open heart valvuloplasty without replacement, unspecified valve
1.1.4.1.2. Open heart valvuloplasty of aortic valve without replacement
1.1.4.1.3. Open heart valvuloplasty of mitral valve without replacement
1.1.4.1.4. Open heart valvuloplasty of pulmonary valve without replacement
1.1.4.1.5. Open heart valvuloplasty of tricuspid valve without replacement
1.1.5. Replacement of heart valve
1.1.5.1. Replacement of aortic valve with tissue graft
1.1.5.2. Replacement of mitral valve with tissue graft
1.1.5.3. Replacement of heart valve: Mitral
1.1.5.4. Replacement of pulmonary valve with tissue graft
1.1.5.5. Replacement of tricuspid valve with tissue graft
1.1.6. Operations on structures adjacent to heart valves
1.1.6.1. Operations on papillary muscle
1.1.6.2. Operations on chordae tendineae
1.1.6.3. Annuloplasty
1.1.6.4. Infundibulectomy
1.1.6.5. Operations on trabeculae carneae cordis
1.1.7. Production of septal defect in heart
1.1.7.1. Enlargement of existing atrial septal defect
1.1.7.2. Creation of septal defect in heart
1.1.8. Repair of atrial septal defect
1.1.8.1. Repair of atrial septal defect with prosthesis, open technique
1.1.8.2. Repair of atrial septal defect with prosthesis, closed technique
1.1.8.3. Repair of ventricular septal defect (VSD) with prosthesis
1.1.8.4. Repair of endocardial cushion defect with prosthesis
1.1.9. Other operations on valves and septa of heart
1.1.9.1. Interatrial transposition of venous return
1.1.9.2. Creation of conduit between right ventricle and pulmonary artery
1.1.9.3. Creation of conduit between atrium and pulmonary artery
1.1.9.4. Revision of corrective procedure on heart
1.1.9.5. Percutaneous valvuloplasty
1.1.9.6. Other operations on septa of heart
1.1.9.7. Other operations on valves of heart
1.2. Operations on vessels of heart
1.2.1. Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG)
1.2.2. Removal of coronary artery obstruction and insertion of stent(s)
1.2.2.1. Open chest coronary artery angioplasty
1.2.2.1.1. Coronary (artery):
1.2.2.1.1.1. Endarterectomy (with patch graft)
1.2.2.1.1.2. Thromboendarterectomy (with patch graft)
1.2.2.1.2. Open surgery for direct relief of coronary artery obstruction
1.2.2.2. Intracoronary artery thrombolytic infusion
1.2.2.2.1. That by direct coronary artery injection, infusion, or catheterization
1.2.2.2.1.1. Enzyme infusion
1.2.2.2.1.2. Platelet inhibitor
1.2.2.3. Insertion of non-drug-eluting coronary artery stent(s)
1.2.2.3.1. Bare stent(s)
1.2.2.3.2. Bonded stent(s)
1.2.2.3.3. Drug-coated stent(s), i.e. heparin coated
1.2.2.3.4. Endograft(s)
1.2.2.3.5. Endovascular graft(s)
1.2.2.3.6. Stent grafts
1.2.2.4. Insertion of drug-eluting coronary artery stent(s)
1.2.2.4.1. Endograft(s)
1.2.2.4.2. Endovascular graft(s)
1.2.2.4.3. Stent grafts
1.2.3. Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty with placement of non-drug eluting stent
1.2.4. Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty with placement of drug eluting stent
1.2.5. Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty [PTCA] or coronary atherectomy
1.2.6. Intracoronary artery thrombolytic infusion
1.2.7. Bypass anastomosis for heart revascularization
1.2.7.1. Coronary artery bypass graft (CABG)
1.2.7.1.1. performed with heart-lung machine
1.2.7.1.2. performed without heart-lung machine
1.2.7.2. Aortocoronary bypass for heart revascularization, not otherwise specified
1.2.7.2.1. Direct revascularization:
1.2.7.2.1.1. cardiac with catheter stent, prosthesis, or vein graft
1.2.7.2.1.2. coronary with catheter stent, prosthesis, or vein graft
1.2.7.2.1.3. heart muscle with catheter stent, prosthesis, or vein graft
1.2.7.2.1.4. myocardial with catheter stent, prosthesis, or vein graft
1.2.7.3. (aorto)coronary bypass of one coronary artery
1.2.7.4. (aorto)coronary bypass of two coronary arteries
1.2.7.5. (aorto)coronary bypass of three coronary arteries
1.2.7.6. (aorto)coronary bypass of four or more coronary arteries
1.2.7.7. Internal mammary artery bypass graft (IMA)
1.2.7.8. abdominal - coronary artery bypass
1.2.8. Heart revascularization
1.2.9. Intravascular pressure measurement of coronary arteries
1.2.10. Open chest transmyocardial revascularization
1.2.11. Repair of aneurysm of coronary vessel
1.3. Other operations on heart and pericardium
1.3.1. Cardiotomy
1.3.2. Pericardiotomy
1.3.3. Implantation of heart assist system
1.3.3.1. Implantation or insertion of biventricular external heart assist system
1.3.3.2. Implant of pulsation balloon
1.3.3.3. Insertion of temporary non-implantable extracorporeal circulatory assist device
1.3.3.4. Repair of heart assist system
1.3.3.5. Removal of external heart assist system(s) or device(s)
1.3.3.6. Implant of single ventricular (extracorporeal) external heart assist system
1.3.3.7. Insertion of implantable heart assist system
1.3.3.8. Implantation of cardiomyostimulation system
1.3.3.9. Insertion of percutaneous external heart assist device
1.3.3.10. Insertion of temporary transvenous pacemaker system
1.3.3.11. Revision or relocation of cardiac device pocket
1.3.3.12. Implantable Loop Recorder
1.3.4. Catheterization of heart
1.3.5. Insertion, replacement, removal, and revision of pacemaker device
1.3.6. Intracardiac echocardiography
1.3.7. Revision or relocation of cardiac device pocket
1.3.8. Implantation of cardiac resynchronization pacemaker without mention of defibrillation
1.3.9. Implantation or replacement of transvenous lead [electrode ]
1.3.10. Excision or destruction of other lesion or tissue of heart
1.3.10.1. open approach - Conventional Ablation (Flutter Ablation)
1.3.10.2. Atrial fibrilation ablation, Ventricular tachycardia ablation
1.3.11. Implantation or replacement of cardiac resynchronization defibrillator pulse generator device only (CRT-D)
1.3.12. Heart transplantation
1.3.12.1. Implantation of total internal biventricular heart
1.3.12.2. Replacement or repair of thoracic unit of (total) replacement heart system
1.3.12.3. Replacement or repair of other implantable component of (total) replacement heart system
1.3.12.4. Removal of internal biventricular heart replacement system
1.3.13. Pericardiectomy and excision of lesion of heart
1.3.13.1. Pericardiectomy
1.3.13.2. Excision of aneurysm of heart
1.3.13.3. Excision or destruction of other lesion or tissue of heart, open approach
1.3.13.4. Excision or destruction of other lesion or tissue of heart, open approach - Conventional Ablation (Flutter Ablation)
1.3.13.5. Excision or destruction of other lesion or tissue of heart, open approach - Advanced Ablation (Atrial fibrilation ablation, Ventricular tachycardia ablation)
1.3.13.6. Excision or destruction of other lesion or tissue of heart, other approach
1.3.13.7. Partial ventriculectomy
1.3.13.8. excision or destruction of left atrial appendage (laa)
1.3.14. Implantation or replacement of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator
1.3.15. Open chest cardiac massage
1.3.16. Injection of therapeutic substance into heart
1.3.17. Injection of therapeutic substance into pericardium
1.3.18. Implantation or replacement of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator, total system (AICD)
1.3.19. Implantation of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator lead(s) only
1.3.20. Implantation of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator pulse generator only
1.3.21. Replacement of automatic cardioverter/defibrillator lead(s) only
1.4. Incision, excision, and occlusion of vessels
1.4.1. Incision of vessel
1.4.1.1. Incision of intracranial vessels
1.4.1.2. Incision of other vessels of head & neck
1.4.1.3. Incision of upper limb vessels
1.4.1.4. Incision of aorta
1.4.1.5. Incision of other thoracic vessels
1.4.1.6. Incision of abdominal arteries
1.4.1.7. Incision of abdominal veins
1.4.1.8. Incision of lower limb arteries
1.4.1.9. Incision of lower limb veins
1.4.2. Endarterectomy
1.4.2.1. Endarterectomy of intracranial vessels
1.4.2.2. Endartectomy of other vessels of head and neck
1.4.2.3. Endarterectomy of upper limb vessels
1.4.2.4. Endarterectomy of aorta
1.4.2.5. Endarterectomy of other thoracic vessels
1.4.2.6. Endarterectomy of abdominal arteries
1.4.2.7. Endarterectomy of lower limb arteries
1.4.3. Biopsy of blood vessel
1.4.4. Angioscopy
1.4.5. Optical coherence Tomography (OCT)
1.4.6. Diagnostic procedures on blood vessels
1.4.7. Resection of vessel with anastomosis
1.4.8. Interruption of the vena cava
1.4.9. Resection of vessel with replacement
1.4.10. Ligation and stripping of varicose veins
1.5. Other operations on vessels
1.5.1. Hemodialysis
1.5.2. Systemic to pulmonary artery shunt
1.5.3. Intra-abdominal venous shunt
1.5.4. Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS)
1.5.5. Caval-pulmonary artery anastomosis
1.5.6. Aorta-subclavian-carotid bypass
1.5.7. Aorta-iliac-femoral bypass
1.5.8. Arteriovenostomy for renal dialysis
1.5.9. Other (peripheral) vascular shunt or bypass
1.5.10. Suture of vessel
1.5.10.1. Suture of artery
1.5.10.2. Suture of vein
1.5.11. Angioplasty or atherectomy of other non-coronary vessel(s)
1.5.12. Clipping of aneurysm
1.5.13. Endovascular implantation of graft in abdominal aorta
1.5.14. Aneurysm Embolization
1.5.15. AVM (Arterio-Venous Malformation) Embolization
1.5.16. Endovascular implantation of graft in thoracic aorta
1.5.17. Sclerotherapy
1.5.18. Saphenous vein harvest
1.5.19. Other shunt or vascular bypass
1.5.19.1. Caval-pulmonary artery anastomosis
1.5.19.2. Aorta-subclavian-carotid bypass
1.5.19.3. Other intrathoracic vascular shunt or bypass
1.5.19.4. Aorta-renal bypass
1.5.19.5. Aorta-iliac-femoral bypass
1.5.19.6. Other intra-abdominal vascular shunt or bypass
1.5.19.7. Arteriovenostomy for renal dialysis
1.5.19.8. Other (peripheral) vascular shunt or bypass
1.5.20. AAA Repair
1.6. Intravascular imaging of blood vessels
1.6.1. Intravascular imaging of intrathoracic vessels
1.6.2. Intravascular imaging of coronary vessels
1.6.3. Intravascular imaging of extracranial cerebral vessels
1.7. Peripheral angioplasty/stenting
1.7.1. Insertion of drug-eluting peripheral vessel stents
1.7.2. Insertion of non-drug-eluting peripheral vessel stent(s)
1.7.3. Percutaneous angioplasty or atherectomy of precerebral (extracranial) vessel(s)
1.7.4. Percutaneous angioplasty or atherectomy of intracranial vessel(s)
1.7.5. Percutaneous insertion of carotid artery stent(s)
1.7.6. Percutaneous insertion of other precerebral (extracranial) artery stent(s)
1.7.7. Percutaneous insertion of intracranial vascular stent(s)

2. Neurology
2.1. Incision and excision of skull, brain, and cerebral meninges
2.1.1. Craniotomy and Craniectomy
2.1.1.1. Removal of intracranial neurostimulator lead
2.1.1.2. Incision and drainage of cranial sinus
2.1.1.3. Reopening of craniotomy site
2.1.1.4. Insertion of catherer(s) into cranial cavity or tissue
2.1.1.5. removal of catherer(s) from cranial cavity or tissue
2.1.2. Incision of cerebral meninges
2.1.3. Lobotomy and tractotomy
2.1.4. Excision of lesion or tissue of cerebral meninges
2.1.5. Lobectomy of brain
2.1.6. Bone graft to skull
2.1.7. Insertion of skull plate
2.1.8. Excision of lesion of skull
2.1.9. Elevation of skull fracture fragments
2.1.10. Formation of cranial bone flap
2.1.11. Insertion of catherer(s) into cranial cavity or tissue
2.1.12. Removal of catherer(s) from cranial cavity or tissue
2.2. Other operations on skull, brain, and cerebral meninges
2.2.1. Ventricular shunts
2.2.2. Implantation or replacement of intracranial neurostimulator lead(s)
2.2.3. Insertion or replacement of skull tongs or halo traction device
2.2.4. Revision, removal, and irrigation of ventricular shunt
2.2.4.1. Irrigation and exploration of ventricular shunt
2.2.4.2. Replacement of ventricular shunt
2.2.4.3. Removal of ventricular shunt
2.2.5. Lysis of cortical adhesions
2.2.6. Repair of brain
2.2.7. Insertion or replacement of skull tongs or halo traction device
2.2.8. Removal of skull tongs or halo traction device
2.2.9. Insertion of sphenoidal electrodes
2.2.10. Removal of foreign body from spinal canal
2.2.11. Reopening of laminectomy site
2.2.12. Spinal canal decompression and other exploration
2.3. Operations on spinal cord and spinal canal structures
2.3.1. Spinal Embolization
2.3.2. Spinal canal decompression
2.3.2.1. Laminectomy
2.3.3. Spinal tap
2.3.4. Plastic operations on spinal cord structures
2.3.5. Lysis of adhesions of spinal cord and nerve roots
2.3.6. Implantation or replacement of spinal neurostimulator lead(s)
2.3.7. Removal of spinal neurostimulator lead(s)
2.3.8. Excision of acoustic neuroma
2.3.9. Division of trigeminal nerve
2.3.10. Repair of vertebral fracture
2.3.11. Repair of spinal meningocele
2.3.12. Repair of spinal myelomeningocele
2.3.13. Insertion of catheter into spinal canal for infusion of therapeutic or palliative substances
2.3.14. Injection of anesthetic into spinal canal for analgesia
2.3.15. Injection of other agent into spinal canal
2.3.16. Spinal blood patch
2.3.17. Percutaneous denervation of facet
2.3.18. Revision of spinal thecal shunt
2.3.19. Removal of spinal thecal shunt
2.4. Operations on cranial and peripheral nerves
2.4.1. Destruction of cranial and peripheral nerves
2.4.2. Suture of cranial and peripheral nerves
2.4.3. Lysis of adhesions and decompression of cranial and peripheral nerves
2.4.3.1. Decompression of trigeminal nerve root
2.4.3.2. Release of carpal tunnel
2.4.3.3. Release of tarsal tunnel
2.4.4. Cranial or peripheral nerve graft
2.4.5. Transposition of cranial and peripheral nerves
2.4.6. Implantation or replacement of peripheral neurostimulator lead(s)
2.5. Operations on sympathetic nerves or ganglia
2.5.1. Division of sympathetic nerve or ganglion
2.5.2. Sympathectomy
2.5.2.1. Sphenopalatine ganglionectomy
2.5.2.2. Cervical sympathectomy
2.5.2.3. Lumbar sympathectomy
2.5.2.4. Presacral sympathectomy
2.5.2.5. Periarterial sympathectomy

3. Orthopedics
3.1. Operations on facial bones and joints
3.1.1. Local excision or destruction of lesion of facial bone
3.1.2. Partial mandibulectomy
3.1.3. Partial ostectomy of other facial bone
3.1.4. Closed osteoplasty [osteotomy] of mandibular ramus
3.1.5. Open osteoplasty [osteotomy] of mandibular ramus
3.1.6. Osteoplasty [osteotomy] of body of mandible
3.1.7. Segmental osteoplasty [osteotomy] of maxilla
3.1.8. Total osteoplasty [osteotomy] of maxilla
3.1.9. Reduction genioplasty
3.1.10. Augmentation genioplasty
3.1.11. Reduction of facial fracture
3.1.11.1. Closed reduction of malar & zygomatic fracture
3.1.11.2. Open reduction of malar and zygomatic fracture
3.1.11.3. Closed reduction of maxillary fracture
3.1.11.4. Open reduction of maxillary fracture
3.1.11.5. Closed reduction of mandibular fracture
3.1.11.6. Open reduction of mandibular fracture
3.1.11.7. Open reduction of alveolar fracture
3.1.12. Orthognathic surgery
3.1.13. Bone graft to facial bone
3.1.14. Insertion of synthetic implant in facial bone
3.2. Incision, excision, and division of other bones
3.2.1. Wedge Osteotomies
3.2.1.1. Scapula, clavicle, and thorax [ribs and sternum]
3.2.1.2. Humerus
3.2.1.3. Radius and ulna
3.2.1.4. Carpals and metacarpals
3.2.1.5. Femur
3.2.1.6. Patella
3.2.1.7. Tibia and fibula
3.2.1.8. Tarsals and metatarsals
3.2.1.9. Others
3.2.2. Biopsy of bone
3.2.2.1. Scapula, clavicle, and thorax [ribs and sternum]
3.2.2.2. Humerus
3.2.2.3. Radius and ulna
3.2.2.4. Carpals and metacarpals
3.2.2.5. Femur
3.2.2.6. Patella
3.2.2.7. Tibia and fibula
3.2.2.8. Tarsals and metatarsals
3.2.2.9. Others
3.2.3. Local excision of lesion or tissue of bone
3.2.4. Excision of bone for graft
3.3. Other operations on bones, except facial bones
3.3.1. Bone graft
3.3.2. Application of external fixator device
3.3.3. Internal fixation of bone without fracture reduction
3.3.4. Removal of implanted devices from bone
3.3.5. Insertion of bone growth stimulator
3.3.6. Closed reduction of fracture without internal fixation
3.3.7. Closed reduction of fracture with internal fixation
3.3.8. Open reduction of fracture without internal fixation
3.4. Reduction of fracture and dislocation
3.4.1. Closed reduction of fracture without internal fixation
3.4.2. Open reduction of fracture without internal fixation
3.4.3. Open reduction of fracture with internal fixation
3.4.4. Closed reduction of dislocation
3.4.5. Open reduction of dislocation
3.5. Incision and excision of joint structures
3.5.1. Arthrotomy
3.5.2. Arthroscopy
3.5.3. Excision, destruction and other repair of intervertebral disc
3.5.4. Excision of intervertebral disc
3.5.5. Menisectomy
3.5.6. Synovectomy
3.5.7. Excision of joint – Spine
3.6. Repair and plastic operations on joint structures
3.6.1. Spinal fusion
3.6.1.1. Cervical spine atlas-axis
3.6.1.2. Other cervical fusion, anterior technique
3.6.1.3. Other cervical fusion, posterior technique
3.6.1.4. Dorsal and dorsolumbar fusion, anterior technique
3.6.1.5. Dorsal and dorsolumbar fusion, posterior technique
3.6.1.6. Lumbar and lumbosacral fusion, anterior technique
3.6.1.7. Lumbar and lumbosacral fusion, lateral transverse process technique
3.6.1.8. Lumbar and lumbosacral fusion, posterior technique
3.6.2. Revision of hip replacement
3.6.2.1. Acetabular component
3.6.2.2. Femoral component
3.6.2.3. Acetabular liner and/or femoral head
3.6.3. Hip bearing surface
3.6.3.1. Metal-on-polyethylene
3.6.3.2. Metal-on-metal
3.6.3.3. Ceramic-On-Ceramic
3.6.3.4. Ceramic-On-Polyethylene
3.6.4. Revision of knee replacement
3.6.4.1. Tibial insert (liner)
3.6.4.2. Acetabulum and femoral head
3.6.4.3. Femoral head
3.6.4.4. Acetabulum
3.6.5. Cervical spine atlas-axis
3.6.6. Other cervical fusion
3.6.6.1. Anterior technique
3.6.6.2. posterior technique
3.6.7. Dorsal and dorsolumbar fusion
3.6.7.1. anterior technique
3.6.7.2. posterior technique
3.6.8. Lumbar and lumbosacral fusion
3.6.8.1. anterior technique
3.6.8.2. posterior technique
3.6.8.3. lateral transverse process technique
3.6.9. Ankle fusion
3.6.10. Subtalar fusion
3.6.11. Triple arthrodesis
3.6.12. Midtarsal fusion
3.6.13. Tarsometatarsal fusion
3.6.14. Metatarsophalangeal fusion
3.6.15. Other fusion of foot
3.6.16. Refusion of spine
3.6.16.1. Refusion of atlas-axis spine
3.6.16.2. Refusion of other cervical spine, anterior technique
3.6.16.3. Refusion of other cervical spine, posterior technique
3.6.16.4. Refusion of dorsal & dorsolumbar spine, anterior technique
3.6.16.5. Refusion of spine – thorlumbar
3.6.16.6. Refusion of dorsal & dorsolumbar spine, posterior technique
3.6.16.7. Refusion of lumbar lat
3.6.17. Refusion of other cervical spine
3.6.17.1. Anterior technique
3.6.17.2. Posterior technique
3.6.18. Refusion of lumbar & lumbosacral spine
3.6.18.1. Anterior technique
3.6.18.2. Posterior technique
3.6.19. Repair of hip
3.6.19.1. Five-in-one repair of knee
3.6.19.2. Triad knee repair
3.6.19.3. Patellar stabilization
3.6.19.4. Other repair of the cruciate ligaments
3.6.19.5. Meniscal repair
3.6.20. Joint replacement of lower extremity
3.6.20.1. Hip replacement
3.6.20.1.1. Partial
3.6.20.1.2. Total
3.6.20.1.3. Revision of replacement
3.6.20.1.4. Knee replacement
3.6.20.1.4.1. Bicompartmental
3.6.20.1.4.2. Tricompartmental,
3.6.20.1.4.3. Unicompartmental
3.6.20.1.4.4. Revision
3.6.21. Ankle replacement
3.6.22. Replacement of joint of foot and toe
3.6.23. Fusion or refusion of 2-3 vertebrae
3.6.24. Fusion or refusion of 4- 8 vertebrae
3.6.25. Fusion or refusion of 9 or more vertebrae
3.6.26. Vertebroplasty
3.6.27. Kyphoplasty
3.6.28. Arthroplasty
3.6.28.1. Hand, finger, wrist
3.6.28.2. Upper joint
3.6.28.3. Repair of shoulder and elbow
3.7. Operations on muscle, tendon, and fascia of hand
3.7.1. Exploration of tendon sheath of hand
3.7.2. Excision of lesion of muscle, tendon, and fascia of hand
3.7.2.1. Excision of lesion of tendon sheath of hand
3.7.2.2. Excision of lesion of muscle of hand
3.7.2.3. Excision of other lesion of soft tissue of hand
3.7.3. Other excision of soft tissue of hand
3.7.3.1. Bursectomy of hand
3.7.3.2. Excision of tendon of hand for graft
3.7.3.3. Other tenonectomy of hand
3.7.3.4. Excision of muscle or fascia of hand for graft
3.7.3.5. Other fasciectomy of hand
3.7.3.6. Other myectomy of hand
3.7.3.7. Other excision of soft tissue of hand
3.7.4. Excision of soft tissue of hand
3.7.5. Suture of muscle, tendon, and fascia of hand
3.7.5.1. Suture of tendon sheath of hand
3.7.5.2. Delayed suture of flexor tendon of hand
3.7.5.3. Delayed suture of other tendon of hand
3.7.5.4. Other suture of flexor tendon of hand
3.7.5.5. Other suture of other tendon of hand
3.7.6. Transplantation of muscle of hand
3.7.6.1. Advancement of tendon of hand
3.7.6.2. Recession of tendon of hand
3.7.6.3. Reattachment of tendon of hand
3.7.6.4. Reattachment of muscle of hand
3.7.6.5. Other change in hand muscle or tendon length
3.7.6.6. Other hand tendon transfer or transplantation
3.7.6.7. Other hand tendon transposition
3.7.6.8. Other hand muscle transfer or transplantation
3.7.6.9. Other hand muscle transposition
3.7.7. Reconstruction of thumb
3.7.7.1. Pollicization operation carrying over nerves & blood supply
3.7.7.2. Other reconstruction of thumb
3.7.8. Lysis of adhesions of hand
3.8. Operations on muscle, tendon, fascia, and bursa, except hand
3.8.1. Biopsy of soft tissue
3.8.2. Bursectomy
3.8.3. Reconstruction of muscle and tendon
3.8.3.1. Advancement of tendon
3.8.3.2. Recession of tendon
3.8.3.3. Reattachment of tendon
3.8.3.4. Tendon transfer or transplantation
3.8.3.5. Other tendon transposition
3.8.3.6. Muscle transfer or transplantation
3.8.3.7. Other muscle transposition
3.9. Other procedures on musculoskeletal system
3.9.1. Revision of knee replacement
3.9.1.1. Tibial component
3.9.1.2. Femoral component
3.9.1.3. Patellar component
3.9.2. Amputation of upper limb
3.9.3. Amputation of lower limb
3.9.4. Application of hybrid external fixator device
3.9.5. Application of external fixator device, ring system
3.9.6. Application of external fixator device, monoplanar system
3.9.7. Reattachment of extremity
3.9.8. Insertion of interbody spinal fusion device
3.9.9. Implantation of interspinous process decompression device
3.9.10. Insertion of spinal disc prosthesis
3.9.10.1. Artificial disc implantation
3.9.10.2. Artificial disc revision/replacement
3.9.10.3. Insertion of spinal disc prosthesis, cervical
3.9.10.4. Insertion/replacement of spinal disc prosthesis – cervical
3.9.10.5. Insertion of total spinal disc prosthesis, cervical
3.9.10.6. Insertion of spinal disc prosthesis, thoracic
3.9.10.7. Insertion/replacement of spinal disc prosthesis – thoracic
3.9.10.8. Insertion of partial spinal disc prosthesis, lumbosacral
3.9.10.9. Insertion of total spinal disc prosthesis, lumbosacral
3.9.10.10. Revision or replacement of artificial spinal disc prosthesis, cervical
3.9.10.11. Artificial disc revision/replacement (total)
3.9.10.12. Revision or replacement of artificial spinal disc prosthesis, thoracic
3.9.10.13. Revision or replacement of artificial spinal disc prosthesis, lumbosacral
3.9.11. Insertion or replacement of interspinous process device(s)
3.9.12. Implantation of internal limb lengthening device with kinetic distraction
3.9.13. Revision of interspinous process device(s)
3.9.14. Revision of facet replacement device(s)
3.9.15. Insertion or replacement of pedicle-based dynamic stabilization device(s)
3.9.16. Insertion or replacement of facet replacement device(s): Facet arthroplasty
3.9.17. Revision of pedicle-based dynamic stabilization device(s)

4. Obstetric/Gynaecologics
4.1. Operations on ovary
4.1.1. Oophorotomy
4.1.1.1. Laparoscopic oophorotomy
4.1.1.2. Other oophorotomy
4.1.2. Oophorectomy
4.1.2.1. Laparoscopic salpingo
4.1.3. Lysis of adhesions of ovary and fallopian tube
4.1.4. Bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy
4.1.4.1. Laparoscopic removal of both ovaries and tubes at same operative episode
4.1.4.2. Laparoscopic removal of remaining ovary and tube
4.2. Operations on fallopian tubes
4.2.1. Salpingotomy
4.2.2. Salpingostomy
4.2.3. Laparoscopic tubal ligation
4.2.3.1. Bilateral endoscopic ligation and crushing of fallopian tubes
4.2.3.2. Bilateral endoscopic ligation and division of fallopian tubes
4.2.3.3. Other bilateral endoscopic destruction or occlusion of fallopian tubes
4.2.4. Salpingectomy
4.2.4.1. Total unilateral salpingectomy
4.2.4.2. Total bilateral salpingectomy
4.2.4.3. Removal of remaining fallopian tube
4.2.4.4. Excision or destruction of lesion of fallopian tube
4.2.4.5. Salpingectomy with removal of tubal pregnancy
4.2.5. Insufflation of fallopian tube
4.3. Operations on cervix
4.3.1. Dilation of cervical canal
4.3.2. Conization of cervix
4.3.3. Amputation of cervix
4.4. Other incision and excision of uterus
4.4.1. Hysterotomy
4.4.2. Hysteroscopy
4.4.3. Endometrial ablation
4.4.4. UFE
4.4.5. Myomectomy
4.4.5.1. Hysteroscopic myomectomy
4.4.5.2. Laparoscopic myomectomy
4.4.6. Hysterectomy
4.4.7. laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy (lsh)
4.4.8. Abdominal hysterectomy
4.4.9. Vaginal hysterectomy
4.4.10. Laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy (LAVH)
4.4.11. Radical abdominal hysterectomy
4.4.11.1. Laparoscopic radical abdominal hysterectomy
4.4.11.2. Other Radical abdominal hysterectomy
4.4.12. Radical vaginal hysterectomy
4.4.12.1. Laparoscopic radical vaginal hysterectomy [LRVH]
4.4.12.2. Other and unspecified radical vaginal hysterectomy
4.5. Other operations on uterus and supporting structures
4.5.1. Dilation and curettage of uterus
4.5.1.1. Dilation & curettage for termination of pregnancy
4.5.1.2. Dilation & curettage following delivery or abortion
4.5.1.3. Other dilation & curettage
4.5.2. Repair of prolapse
4.5.3. Aspiration curettage of uterus
4.5.3.1. Aspiration curettage of uterus for termination of pregnancy
4.5.3.2. Aspiration curettage following delivery or abortion
4.5.3.3. Other aspiration curettage of uterus
4.6. Operations on vagina and cul-de-sac
4.6.1. Repair of Cystocele
4.6.2. Repair of Rectocele
4.6.3. Suture of laceration of vagina
4.6.4. Obliteration of the vaginal vault
4.6.5. Enterocele repair
4.6.6. Sacro-colpo-fixation
4.7. Other procedures inducing or assisting delivery
4.7.1. Artificial rupture of membranes
4.7.1.1. Induction of labor by artificial rupture of membranes
4.7.1.2. Other artificial rupture of membranes
4.7.2. Episiotomy
4.8. Cesarean section and removal of fetus
4.8.1. Classical cesarean section
4.9. Other obstetric operations
4.9.1. Amniocentesis
4.9.2. Chorionic villus sampling
4.9.3. Manual removal of retained placenta
4.9.4. Repair of current obstetric laceration of uterus
4.9.4.1. Repair of current obstetric laceration of cervix
4.9.4.2. Repair of current obstetric laceration of corpus uteri
4.9.4.3. Repair of current obstetric laceration of bladder and urethra
4.9.4.4. Repair of current obstetric laceration of rectum and sphincter ani
4.9.4.5. Repair of other current obstetric laceration

5. Urinary System
5.1. Operations on kidney
5.1.1. Nephrotomy
5.1.2. Nephrostomy
5.1.2.1. Percutaneous nephrostomy without fragmentation
5.1.2.2. Percutaneous nephrostomy with fragmentation
5.1.3. Pyelotomy
5.1.4. Pyelostomy
5.1.5. Local excision or destruction of lesion or tissue of kidney
5.1.6. Nephrectomy
5.1.7. Nephroureterectomy
5.1.8. Transplant of kidney
5.2. Operations on ureter
5.2.1. Ureterotomy
5.2.2. Ureterectomy
5.2.3. Urinary diversion procedures
5.2.4. Cutaneous ureterostomy
5.2.5. Electronic ureteral stimulator
5.2.5.1. Implantation
5.2.5.2. Replacement
5.2.5.3. Removal
5.3. Operations on urinary bladder
5.3.1. Vesicostomy
5.3.2. Cystoscopy
5.3.3. Closed [transurethral] biopsy of bladder
5.3.4. Transurethral excision or destruction of bladder tissue (TURBT)
5.3.4.1. Transurethral lysis of intraluminal adhesions
5.3.4.2. Transurethral excision or destruction of bladder tissue
5.3.5. Cystectomy
5.3.6. Reconstruction of urinary bladder
5.3.7. Bladder catheterization
5.3.8. Electronic bladder stimulator
5.3.8.1. Implantation
5.3.8.2. Replacement
5.3.8.3. Removal
5.4. Operations on urethra
5.4.1. Urethrotomy
5.4.2. Ureteral meatotomy
5.4.3. Dilation of urethra
5.5. Other operations on urinary tract
5.5.1. Suprapubic sling operation
5.5.2. Retropubic urethral suspension
5.5.3. Paraurethral suspension
5.5.4. Suspension operations
5.5.5. Tension free vaginal tape (TVT)
5.5.6. Other repair of urinary stress incontinence
5.5.6.1. Levator muscle operation for urethrovesical suspension
5.5.6.2. Injection of implant into urethra and/or bladder neck
5.5.6.3. Other repair of urinary stress incontinence

6. Operations on the Male Genital Organs
6.1. Operations on prostate and seminal vesicles
6.1.1. Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) only
6.1.2. Laser BPH (Laser-induced interstitial thermotherapy)
6.1.3. Radiofrequency BPH (transurethral radiofrequency needle ablation)
6.1.4. Transurethral destruction of prostate tissue by other thermotherapy (RF and TUNA)
6.1.5. Ultrasound BPH (High intensity focused ultrasound)
6.1.6. Closed [percutaneous] [needle] biopsy of prostate
6.1.7. Open prostatectomy
6.2. Operations on scrotum and tunica vaginalis
6.2.1. Prostatectomy
6.2.2. Cryoablation of prostate
6.2.3. Incision and drainage of scrotum and tunica vaginalis
6.2.4. Excision of hydrocele (of tunica vaginalis)
6.3. Operations on spermatic cord, epididymis, and vas deferens
6.3.1. Vasectomy

7. Endocrinology
7.1. Operations on thyroid and parathyroid glands
7.1.1. Aspiration of thyroid field
7.1.2. Reopening of wound of thyroid field
7.1.3. Diagnostic procedures on thyroid and parathyroid glands
7.1.3.1. Closed [percutaneous] [needle] biopsy of thyroid gland
7.1.3.2. Open biopsy of thyroid gland
7.1.3.3. Biopsy of parathyroid gland
7.1.3.4. Other diagnostic procedures on thyroid and parathyroid glands
7.1.4. Thyroid lobectomy
7.1.4.1. Unilateral thyroid lobectomy
7.1.4.2. Other Partial Thyroidectomy
7.1.4.3. Excision of lesion of thyroid
7.1.4.4. Other partial thyroidectomy
7.1.4.5. Complete thyroidectomy
7.1.4.6. Substernal thyroidectomy
7.1.4.7. Excision of lingual thyroid
7.1.5. Parathyroidectomy
7.1.5.1. Complete parathyroidectomy
7.1.5.2. Other parathyroidectomy
7.2. Operations on other endocrine glands
7.2.1. Partial adrenalectomy
7.2.1.1. Excision of lesion of adrenal gland
7.2.1.2. Unilateral adrenalectomy
7.2.1.3. Other partial adrenalectomy
7.2.2. Adrenalectomy
7.2.3. Hypophysectomy
7.2.3.1. Partial excision of pituitary gland, transfrontal approach
7.2.3.2. Partial excision of pituitary gland, transsphenoidal approach
7.2.3.3. Partial excision of pituitary gland, unspecified approach
7.2.3.4. Total excision of pituitary gland, transfrontal approach
7.2.3.5. Total excision of pituitary gland, transsphenoidal approach
7.2.3.6. Total excision of pituitary gland, other specified approach
7.2.3.7. Total excision of pituitary gland, unspecified approach

8. Ophthalmology
8.1. Operations on eyelids
8.1.1. Incision of eyelid
8.1.1.1. Incision of lid margin
8.1.1.2. Severing of blepharorrhaphy
8.1.1.3. Other incision of eyelid
8.1.2. Repair of blepharoptosis and lid retraction
8.1.2.1. Repair of blepharoptosis by frontalis muscle technique with suture
8.1.2.2. Repair of blepharoptosis by frontalis muscle technique with fascial sling
8.1.2.3. Repair of blepharoptosis by resection or advancement of levator muscle or aponeurosis
8.1.2.4. Repair of blepharoptosis by other levator muscle techniques
8.1.2.5. Repair of blepharoptosis by tarsal technique
8.1.2.6. Repair of blepharoptosis by other techniques
8.1.2.7. Reduction of overcorrection of ptosis
8.1.2.8. Correction of lid retraction
8.1.3. Repair of entropion or ectropion
8.1.3.1. Repair of entropion or ectropion by thermocauterization
8.1.3.2. Repair of entropion or ectropion by suture technique
8.1.3.3. Repair of entropion or ectropion with wedge resection
8.1.3.4. Repair of entropion or ectropion with lid reconstruction
8.1.3.5. Other repair of entropion or ectropion
8.1.4. Reconstruction of eyelid with flaps or grafts
8.1.4.1. Reconstruction of eyelid with skin flap or graft
8.1.4.2. Reconstruction of eyelid with mucous membrane flap or graft
8.1.4.3. Reconstruction of eyelid with hair follicle graft
8.1.4.4. Reconstruction of eyelid with tarsoconjunctival flap
8.1.4.5. Other reconstruction of eyelid with flaps or grafts
8.1.5. Lower eyelid rhytidectomy
8.1.6. Upper eyelid rhytidectomy
8.2. Operations on lacrimal system
8.2.1. Fistulization of lacrimal tract to nasal cavity
8.2.1.1. Dacryocystorhinostomy [DCR]
8.2.1.2. Conjunctivocystorhinostomy
8.2.1.3. Conjunctivorhinostomy with insertion of tube or stent
8.3. Operations on conjunctiva
8.3.1. Excision or destruction of lesion or tissue of conjunctiva
8.3.2. Repair of laceration of conjunctiva
8.4. Operations on cornea
8.4.1. Incision of cornea
8.4.2. Excision of pterygium
8.4.2.1. Transposition of pterygium
8.4.2.2. Excision of pterygium with corneal graft
8.4.2.3. Other excision of pterygium
8.4.3. Excision or destruction of tissue or other lesion of cornea
8.4.3.1. Mechanical removal of corneal epithelium
8.4.3.2. Thermocauterization of corneal lesion
8.4.3.3. Cryotherapy of corneal lesion
8.4.3.4. Other removal or destruction of corneal lesion
8.4.4. Repair of cornea
8.4.4.1. Suture of corneal laceration
8.4.4.2. Repair of postoperative wound dehiscence of cornea
8.4.4.3. Repair of corneal laceration or wound with conjunctival flap
8.4.4.4. Other repair of cornea
8.4.5. Suture of corneal laceration
8.4.6. Corneal transplant
8.4.6.1. Lamellar keratoplasty with autograft
8.4.6.2. Other lamellar keratoplasty
8.4.6.3. Penetrating keratoplasty with autograft
8.4.6.4. Other penetrating keratoplasty
8.4.6.5. Other corneal transplant
8.5. Operations on iris, ciliary body, sclera, and anterior chamber
8.5.1. Iridotomy
8.5.2. Iridectomy
8.5.3. Iridoplasty
8.5.4. Scleral fistulization
8.5.4.1. Trephination of sclera with iridectomy
8.5.4.2. Thermocauterization of sclera with iridectomy
8.5.4.3. Iridencleisis and iridotasis
8.5.4.4. Trabeculectomy ab externo
8.5.4.5. Other scleral fistulization with iridectomy
8.5.4.6. Postoperative revision of scleral fistulization procedure
8.5.4.7. Other scleral fistulizing procedure
8.6. Operations on lens
8.6.1. Insertion of prosthetic lens [pseudophakos]
8.6.1.1. Insertion of intraocular lens prosthesis at time of cataract extraction, one-stage
8.6.1.2. Secondary insertion of intraocular lens prosthesis
8.6.2. Intracapsular extraction of lens
8.6.3. Extracapsular extraction of lens
8.6.3.1. linear extraction technique
8.6.3.2. simple aspiration (and irrigation) technique
8.6.3.3. fragmentation and aspiration technique
8.6.3.3.1. Phacoemulsification and aspiration of cataract
8.6.3.3.2. Mechanical phacofragmentation and aspiration of cataract by posterior route
8.6.3.3.3. Mechanical phacofragmentation and other aspiration of cataract
8.6.4. Extracapsular extraction of lens
8.6.5. Other cataract extraction
8.6.5.1. Discission of secondary membrane [after cataract]
8.6.5.2. Excision of secondary membrane [after cataract] Capsulectomy
8.6.5.3. Mechanical fragmentation of secondary membrane [after cataract]
8.6.6. Removal of implanted lens
8.6.7. Other cataract extraction
8.6.7.1. Discission of secondary membrane [after cataract]
8.6.7.2. Excision of secondary membrane [after cataract] Capsulectomy
8.6.7.3. Mechanical fragmentation of secondary membrane [after cataract]
8.6.7.4. Other cataract extraction
8.6.8. Other extracapsular extraction of lens
8.6.8.1. Extracapsular extraction of lens by temporal inferior route
8.6.8.2. Extracapsular extraction of lens
8.7. Operations on retina, choroid, vitreous, and posterior chamber
8.7.1. Destruction of lesion of retina and choroid
8.7.1.1. Destruction of chorioretinal lesion by diathermy
8.7.1.2. Destruction of chorioretinal lesion by cryotherapy
8.7.1.3. Destruction of chorioretinal lesion by xenon arc photocoagulation
8.7.1.4. Destruction of chorioretinal lesion by laser photocoagulation
8.7.1.5. Destruction of chorioretinal lesion by photocoagulation of unspecified type
8.7.1.6. Destruction of chorioretinal lesion by implantation of radiation source
8.7.1.7. Other destruction of chorioretinal lesion
8.7.2. Repair of retinal tear
8.7.2.1. Repair of retinal tear by diathermy
8.7.2.2. Repair of retinal tear by cryotherapy
8.7.2.3. Repair of retinal tear by xenon arc photocoagulation
8.7.2.4. Repair of retinal tear by laser photocoagulation
8.7.2.5. Repair of retinal tear by photocoagulation of unspecified type
8.7.2.6. Other repair of retinal tear
8.7.3. Scleral buckling with implant
8.7.4. Vitrectomy
8.7.4.1. Injection of vitreous substitute
8.7.4.2. Other operations on vitreous
8.8. Operations on extraocular muscles
8.8.1. Other operations on extraocular muscles and tendons

9. Operation on Ear, Nose, Mouth and Pharynx (ENT)
9.1. Reconstructive operations on middle ear
9.1.1. Stapedectomy
9.1.1.1. Stapedectomy with incus replacement
9.1.1.2. Other stapedectomy
9.1.2. Myringoplasty
9.1.2.1. Myringotomy with insertion of tube
9.1.2.2. Other myringotomy
9.1.3. Tympanoplasty
9.1.3.1. Type II tympanoplasty
9.1.3.2. Type III tympanoplasty
9.1.3.3. Type IV tympanoplasty
9.1.3.4. Type V tympanoplasty
9.1.3.5. Revision of Tympanoplasty
9.1.4. Removal of tympanostomy tube
9.1.5. Incision of mastoid
9.1.6. Incision of petrous pyramid air cells
9.1.7. Incision of middle ear
9.1.8. Electrocochleography
9.1.9. Biopsy of middle and inner ear
9.2. Other operations on middle and inner ear
9.2.1. Myringotomy
9.2.2. Mastoidectomy
9.2.2.1. Simple mastoidectomy
9.2.2.2. Radical mastoidectomy
9.2.2.3. Other mastoidectomy
9.2.3. Implantation or replacement of cochlear prosthetic device
9.2.3.1. Single channel
9.2.3.2. Multiple channel
9.3. Operations on nose
9.3.1. Control of epistaxis
9.3.1.1. Control of epistaxis by anterior nasal packing
9.3.1.2. Control of epistaxis by posterior (and anterior) packing
9.3.1.3. Control of epistaxis by cauterization
9.3.1.4. Control of epistaxis by ligation of ethmoidal arteries
9.3.1.5. Control of epistaxis by (transantral) ligation of the maxillary artery
9.3.1.6. Control of epistaxis by ligation of the external carotid artery
9.3.1.7. Control of epistaxis by excision of nasal mucosa and skin grafting of septum and lateral nasal wall
9.3.2. Incision of nose
9.3.3. Nasal polypectomy
9.3.4. Turbinectomy
9.3.4.1. Turbinectomy by diathermy or cryosurgery
9.3.4.2. Fracture of the turbinates
9.3.4.3. Other turbinectomy
9.3.5. Repair and plastic operations on the nose
9.3.5.1. Suture of laceration of nose
9.3.5.2. Closure of nasal fistula
9.3.5.3. Total nasal reconstruction
9.3.5.4. Rhinoplasty
9.3.5.4.1. Revision rhinoplasty
9.3.5.4.2. Augmentation rhinoplasty
9.3.5.4.3. Limited rhinoplasty
9.3.6. Reduction of nasal fracture
9.3.7. Suture of laceration of nose
9.3.8. Septoplasty
9.4. Operations on nasal sinuses
9.4.1. Aspiration and lavage of nasal sinus
9.4.1.1. Puncture of nasal sinus for aspiration or lavage
9.4.1.2. Aspiration or lavage of nasal sinus through natural ostium
9.4.2. Intranasal antrotomy
9.4.3. External maxillary antrotomy
9.4.4. Sinusotomy
9.4.4.1. Ethmoidotomy
9.4.4.2. Other nasal sinusotomy: sphenoidotomy
9.4.5. Incision of multiple nasal sinuses
9.4.6. Sinusectomy
9.4.6.1. Excision of lesion of maxillary sinus with Caldwell-Luc approach
9.4.6.2. Excision of lesion of maxillary sinus with other approach
9.4.6.3. Ethmoidectomy
9.4.6.4. Sphenoidectomy
9.4.7. Repair of nasal sinus
9.4.8. Closure of nasal sinus fistula
9.4.9. Other operations on nasal sinuses
9.5. Other operations on mouth and face
9.5.1. Suture of laceration of lip
9.5.2. Uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP)
9.6. Operations on tonsils and adenoids
9.6.1. Tonsillectomy
9.6.1.1. Tonsillectomy without adenoidectomy
9.6.1.2. Tonsillectomy with adenoidectomy
9.6.2. Excision of tonsil tag
9.6.3. Adenoidectomy without tonsillectomy
9.7. Operations on pharynx
9.7.1. Excision of branchial cleft cyst or vestige

10. Respiratory System
10.1. Excision of larynx
10.1.1. Laryngectomy
10.2. Other operations on larynx and trachea
10.2.1. Repair of larynx
10.2.1.1. Suture of laceration of larynx
10.2.1.2. Closure of fistula of larynx
10.2.1.3. Revision of laryngostomy
10.2.1.4. Repair of laryngeal fracture
10.3. Excision of lung and bronchus
10.3.1. Local excision or destruction of lesion or tissue of bronchus
10.3.2. Lung volume reduction surgery (LVR)
10.3.3. Open ablation of lung lesion or tissue
10.3.4. Endoscopic excision or destruction of lesion or tissue of lung
10.3.5. Percutaneous ablation of lung lesion or tissue
10.3.6. Thoracoscopic ablation of lung lesion or tissue
10.3.7. Other and unspecified ablation of lung lesion or tissue
10.3.8. Segmental resection of lung
10.3.9. Lobectomy of lung
10.3.10. Radical dissection of thoracic structures
10.3.11. Complete pneumonectomy
10.4. Other operations on lung and bronchus
10.4.1. Bronchoscopy
10.4.1.1. Fiber-optic bronchoscopy
10.4.1.2. Bronchoscopy through artificial stoma
10.4.1.3. Other bronchoscopy
10.4.2. Closed [endoscopic] biopsy of bronchus
10.4.3. Closed (percutaneous)(needle) biopsy of lung
10.4.4. Closed endoscopic biopsy of lung
10.4.5. Endoscopic insertion or replacement of bronchial valve(s)
10.5. Operations on chest wall, pleura, mediastinum, and diaphragm
10.5.1. Biopsy of chest wall
10.5.2. Excision or destruction of lesion or tissue of mediastinum
10.5.3. Excision or destruction of lesion of chest wall
10.5.4. Pleurectomy
10.5.4.1. Decortication of lung
10.5.4.2. Other excision of pleura
10.5.5. Scarification of pleura
10.5.6. Repair of chest wall
10.5.6.1. Suture of laceration of chest wall
10.5.6.2. Closure of thoracostomy
10.5.6.3. Closure of other fistula of thorax
10.5.6.4. Repair of pectus deformity
10.5.6.5. Other repair of chest wall

11. Hemic and Lymphatic System
11.1. Operations on lymphatic system
11.1.1. Incision of lymphatic structures
11.1.2. Biopsy of lymphatic structure
11.1.3. Lymphadenectomy
11.1.3.1. Simple excision of lymphatic structure
11.1.3.1.1. Excision of deep cervical lymph node
11.1.3.1.2. Excision of internal mammary lymph node
11.1.3.1.3. Excision of axillary lymph node
11.1.3.1.4. Excision of inguinal lymph node
11.1.3.2. Regional lymph node excision
11.1.3.3. Radical neck dissection
11.1.3.3.1. Radical neck dissection, unilateral
11.1.3.3.2. Radical neck dissection, bilateral
11.1.3.4. Radical excision of other lymph nodes
11.1.3.4.1. Radical excision of axillary lymph nodes
11.1.3.4.2. Radical excision of periaortic lymph nodes
11.1.3.4.3. Radical excision of iliac lymph nodes
11.1.3.4.4. Radical groin dissection
11.1.3.4.5. Radical excision of other lymph nodes
11.1.4. Operations on thoracic duct
11.1.4.1. Fistulization of thoracic duct
11.1.4.2. Closure of fistula of thoracic duct
11.1.4.3. Other operations on thoracic duct
11.2. Operations on bone marrow and spleen
11.2.1. Bone marrow or hematopoietic stem cell transplant
11.2.1.1. Autologous bone marrow transplant without purging
11.2.1.2. Allogeneic bone marrow transplant with purging
11.2.1.3. Allogeneic bone marrow transplant without purging
11.2.1.4. Autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplant without purging
11.2.1.5. Allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant without purging
11.2.1.6. Cord blood stem cell transplant
11.2.1.7. Autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplant with purging
11.2.1.8. Allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant
11.2.1.9. Autologous bone marrow transplant with purging
11.2.2. Splenectomy
11.2.2.1. Partial Splenectomy
11.2.2.2. Total splenectomy
11.2.3. Puncture of spleen
11.2.4. Biopsy of bone marrow
11.2.5. Closed [aspiration] [percutaneous] biopsy of spleen
11.2.6. Open biopsy of spleen
11.2.7. Marsupialization of splenic cyst
11.2.8. Excision of lesion or tissue of spleen
11.2.9. Aspiration of bone marrow from donor for transplant
11.2.10. Injection into bone marrow
11.2.11. Excision of accessory spleen
11.2.12. Repair and plastic operations on spleen

12. Digestive System
12.1. Operations on esophagus
12.1.1. Excision of esophagus
12.1.2. Esophagomyotomy
12.2. Incision and excision of stomach
12.2.1. Gastrotomy
12.2.2. Pyloromyotomy
12.2.3. Open extirpation of lesion of stomach
12.2.4. Gastrectomy
12.2.5. Vagotomy
12.2.6. Gastroenterostomy without gastrectomy (gastric bypass)
12.2.6.1. Open gastric bypass
12.2.6.2. Laparoscopic gastric bypass
12.2.7. Fundoplication
12.2.8. Gastroplasty
12.2.9. Laparoscopic adjustment of size of adjustable gastric restrictive device
12.2.10.
12.3. Incision, excision, and anastomosis of intestine
12.3.1. Enterotomy
12.3.2. Transabdominal endoscopy of small intestine
12.3.3. Endoscopy of small intestine through artificial stoma
12.3.4. Endoscopy of small intestine
12.3.5. Closed [endoscopic] biopsy of small intestine
12.3.6. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy [EGD] with closed biopsy
12.3.7. Transabdominal endoscopy of large intestine
12.3.8. Endoscopy of large intestine through artificial stoma
12.3.9. Colonoscopy
12.3.10. Flexible sigmoidoscopy
12.3.11. Closed [endoscopic] biopsy of large intestine
12.3.12. Excision of small intestine
12.3.13. Small bowel resection
12.3.14. Excision of large intestine
12.3.15. Multiple segmental resection of large intestine
12.3.16. Cecectomy
12.3.17. Right hemicolectomy
12.3.18. Left hemicolectomy
12.3.19. Colectomy
12.3.20. Sigmoidectomy
12.3.21. Hartmann procedure
12.3.22. Proctocolectomy
12.3.23. Intestinal anastomosis
12.3.23.1. small-to-small intestinal anastomosis
12.3.23.2. anastomosis of small intestine to rectal stump
12.3.23.3. Other small-to-large intestinal anastomosis
12.3.23.4. Large-to-large intestinal anastomosis
12.3.23.5. J-Pouch procedure
12.4. Other operations on intestine
12.4.1. Colostomy
12.4.2. Ileostomy
12.5. Operations on appendix
12.5.1. Appendectomy
12.5.2. Drainage of appendiceal abscess
12.6. Operations on rectum, rectosigmoid and perirectal tissue
12.6.1. Proctotomy
12.6.2. Excision of rectal adenoma
12.6.3. Abdomino-perineal resection of anus
12.6.4. Low anterior resection
12.6.5. Reduction of rectal mucosa
12.6.6. Rectopexy
12.7. Operations on anus
12.7.1. Procedures on Hemorrhoids
12.7.1.1. Destruction of Hemorrhoids
12.7.1.2. Hemorrhoidectomy
12.7.2. Division of anal sphincter
12.7.3. Repair of anus
12.7.3.1. Suture of laceration of anus
12.7.3.2. Anal cerclage
12.7.3.3. Closure of anal fistula
12.7.3.4. Gracilis muscle transplant for anal incontinence
12.7.3.5. Implantation or revision of artificial anal sphincter
12.7.3.6. Removal of artificial anal sphincter
12.7.4. Other repair of anal sphincter
12.8. Operations on liver
12.8.1. Hepatotomy
12.8.2. Closed (percutaneous) [needle] biopsy of liver
12.8.3. Hepatectomy
12.8.4. Lobectomy of liver
12.8.5. Liver transplant
12.9. Operations on gallbladder and biliary tract
12.9.1. Cholecystectomy
12.9.1.1. Open Cholecystectomy
12.9.1.2. Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
12.9.1.3. Anastomosis of gallbladder or bile duct
12.9.1.3.1. Anastomosis of gallbladder to hepatic ducts
12.9.1.3.2. Anastomosis of gallbladder to intestine
12.9.1.3.3. Anastomosis of gallbladder to pancreas
12.9.1.3.4. Anastomosis of gallbladder to stomach
12.9.1.3.5. Other gallbladder anastomosis
12.9.1.3.6. Choledochenterostomy
12.9.1.3.7. Anastomosis of hepatic duct to gastrointestinal tract
12.9.1.3.8. Other bile duct anastomosis
12.9.1.4. Pancreatectomy
12.10. Repair of hernia
12.10.1. Repair of inguinal hernia
12.10.2. Repair of femoral hernia
12.10.3. Repair of umbilical hernia
12.10.4. Repair of other hernia of anterior abdominal wall
12.10.4.1. Repair of other hernia of anterior abdominal wall (without graft or prosthesis)
12.10.4.2. Repair of other hernia of anterior abdominal wall with graft or prosthesis
12.10.5. Repair of incisional hernia
12.10.6. Repair of other hernia of anterior abdominal wall with graft or prosthesis
12.10.6.1. Incisional hernia repair with prosthesis
12.10.6.2. Repair of other hernia of anterior abdominal wall with prosthesis
12.10.6.3. Repair of diaphragmatic hernia
12.10.6.3.1. abdominal approach
12.10.6.3.2. thoracic approach
12.10.6.4. Inguinal herniorrhaphy
12.10.6.4.1. Laparoscopic Inguinal herniorrhaphy,
12.10.6.4.2. Open Inguinal herniorrhaphy,
12.10.6.5. Repair of recurrent inguinal or femoral hernia
12.10.6.6. Laparotomy
12.10.7. Other operations on abdominal region
12.10.7.1. Laparotomy
12.10.7.1.1. Exploratory laparotomy
12.10.7.1.2. Reopening of recent laparotomy site
12.10.7.1.3. Other laparotomy
12.10.7.2. Peritoneal lavage
12.10.7.3. Lysis of peritoneal adhesions
12.10.7.4. Other repair of abdominal wall
12.10.7.5. Percutaneous abdominal drainage

13. Plastic Surgery and Operation on the Integumentary System
13.1. Operations on eyelids
13.1.1. Incision of eyelid
13.1.1.1. Incision of lid margin
13.1.1.2. Severing of blepharorrhaphy
13.1.1.3. Other incision of eyelid
13.1.2. Reconstruction of eyelid with flaps or grafts
13.1.3. Lower eyelid rhytidectomy
13.1.4. Upper eyelid rhytidectomy
13.2. Operations on nose
13.2.1. Rhinoplasty
13.2.2. Revision rhinoplasty
13.3. Operations on the breast
13.3.1. Mastotomy
13.3.2. Breast biopsy
13.3.3. Resection of quadrant of breast
13.3.4. Breast reduction
13.3.5. Mastectomy
13.3.5.1. Subcutaneous mastectomy
13.3.5.2. Simple mastectomy
13.3.5.3. Radical mastectomy
13.3.5.4. Modified radical mastectomy
13.3.6. Augmentation mammoplasty
13.3.7. Bilateral reduction mammoplasty
13.3.8. Unilateral subcutaneous mammectomy with synchronous implant
13.3.9. Total mastectomy
13.3.10. Subcutaneous mastectomy
13.3.11. Bilateral subcutaneous mammectomy with synchronous implant
13.3.12. Reconstruction of breast with skin and muscle transplantation (TRAM-flap, VRAM-flap, DIEP-flap)
13.3.13. Breast augmentation with implants
13.3.14. Mastopexy
13.3.15. Excision or destruction of breast tissue
13.3.15.1. Lumpectomy
13.3.15.2. Excision of ectopic breast tissue
13.3.15.3. Excision of nipple
13.3.16. Revision of implant of breast
13.3.17. Removal breast implant
13.3.18. Removal breast tumour
13.3.19. Removal of breast tissue expander
13.3.20. Operations on duct of breast
13.3.21. Prosthesis of breast
13.3.22. Injection of therapeutic agent into breast
13.3.23. Aspiration of breast
13.3.24. Transposition of nipple
13.3.25. Muscle flap graft to breast
13.3.26. Pedicle graft to breast
13.3.27. Suture of laceration of breast
13.3.28. Split-thickness graft to breast
13.3.29. Full-thickness graft to breast
13.4. Operations on skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.1. Incision of skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.1.1. Aspiration of skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.1.2. Injection or tattooing of skin lesion or defect
13.4.1.3. Incision of pilonidal sinus or cyst
13.4.1.4. Other incision with drainage of skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.1.5. Incision with removal of foreign body or device from skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.1.6. Insertion of totally implantable infusion pump
13.4.1.7. Insertion of totally implantable vascular access device [VAD]
13.4.1.8. Other incision of skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.2. Insertion of totally implantable infusion pump
13.4.3. Closed biopsy of skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.4. Excision or destruction of lesion or tissue of skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.4.1. Excision of skin lesion
13.4.4.2. Excision of pilonidal cyst or sinus
13.4.4.3. Removal of nail, nail bed, or nail fold
13.4.4.4. Excisional debridement of wound, infection, or burn
13.4.4.5. Chemosurgery of skin (Chemical peel of skin)
13.4.4.6. Dermabrasion
13.4.4.7. Ligation of dermal appendage
13.4.4.8. Debridement of nail, nail bed, or nail fold
13.4.4.9. Nonexcisional debridement of wound, infection or burn
13.4.5. Suture of skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.6. Replantation of scalp
13.4.7. Free skin graft
13.4.7.1. Heterograft to skin
13.4.7.2. Full-thickness skin graft to hand
13.4.7.3. Other skin graft to hand
13.4.7.4. Full-thickness skin graft to other sites
13.4.7.5. Hair transplant
13.4.7.6. Heterograft to skin
13.4.7.7. Homograft to skin
13.4.7.8. Dermal regenerative graft
13.4.8. Pedicle grafts or flaps
13.4.8.1. Cutting & preparation of pedicle grafts or flaps
13.4.8.2. Advancement of pedicle graft
13.4.8.3. Attachment of pedicle or flap graft to hand
13.4.8.4. Attachment of pedicle or flap graft to other sites
13.4.8.5. Revision of pedicle or flap graft
13.4.9. Facial rhytidectomy (Face lift)
13.4.10. Abdominoplasty
13.4.11. Scar Revision” or “relaxation of scar/web contracture
13.4.12. Other operations on skin and subcutaneous tissue
13.4.13. Excision of skin graft
13.4.14. Repair for facial weakness
13.4.15. Size reduction plastic operation (Liposuction)
13.4.16. Correction of syndactyly
13.4.17. Onychoplasty
13.4.18. Electrolysis & other epilation of skin
13.4.19. Insertion of tissue expander
13.4.20. Insertion or replacement of dual array neurostimulator pulse generator
13.4.21. Insertion or replacement of single array rechargeable neurostimulator
13.4.22. Insertion or replacement of dual array rechargeable neurostimulator pulse generator
13.4.23. Belt lipectomy
13.4.24. Gynecomastia
13.4.25. Forehead Lift
13.4.26. Gluteoplasty (Augmentation)
13.4.27. Gluteoplasty (lift)
13.4.28. Cheek Augmentation

14. Diagnostic, Therapeutic procedures, New Technologies and Miscellaneous
14.1. Diagnostic radiology and related techniques
14.1.1. Computerized tomography (CT Scan) of head
14.1.2. Computerized axial tomography of thorax
14.1.3. X-ray of ribs, sternum, and clavicle
14.1.4. Routine chest x-ray, so described
14.1.5. Coronary arteriography using a single catherer
14.1.6. Coronary arteriography using two catherer
14.1.7. Other and unspecified coronary arteriography
14.1.8. Arteriography and angiocardiography using contrast material
14.1.8.1. Arteriography of cerebral arteries
14.1.8.2. Aortography
14.1.8.3. Arteriography of pulmonary arteries
14.1.8.4. Arteriography of other intrathoracic vessels
14.1.8.5. Arteriography of renal arteries
14.1.8.6. Arteriography of placenta
14.1.8.7. Arteriography of other intra-abdominal arteries
14.1.8.8. Arteriography of femoral and other lower extremity arteries
14.1.8.9. Arteriography of other specified sites
14.1.9. Angiocardiography
14.1.9.1. Angiocardiography of venae cavae
14.1.9.2. Angiocardiography of right heart structures
14.1.9.3. Angiocardiography of left heart structures
14.1.9.4. Combined right and left heart angiocardiography
14.1.9.5. Coronary arteriography using a single catherer
14.1.9.6. Coronary arteriography using two catherer
14.1.9.7. Negative-contrast cardiac roentgenography
14.1.9.8. Intra-operative fluorescence vascular angiography
14.1.10. Diagnostic ultrasound
14.1.10.1. Diagnostic ultrasound of head and neck
14.1.10.2. Diagnostic ultrasound of heart
14.1.10.3. Diagnostic ultrasound of other sites of thorax
14.1.10.4. Diagnostic ultrasound of digestive system
14.1.10.5. Diagnostic ultrasound of urinary system
14.1.10.6. Diagnostic ultrasound of peripheral vascular system
14.1.10.7. Diagnostic ultrasound of gravid uterus
14.1.11. Diagnostic imaging
14.1.11.1. Magnetic resonance imaging of brain and brain stem
14.1.11.2. Magnetic resonance imaging of chest and myocardium
14.1.11.3. Magnetic resonance imaging of spinal canal
14.1.11.4. Magnetic resonance imaging of musculoskeletal
14.1.11.5. Magnetic resonance imaging of pelvis, prostate, and bladder
14.2. Nuclear medicine
14.2.1. Nuclear medicine SIRT; Implantation or insertion of radioactive elements
14.2.2. Nuclear medicine SIRT; Injection or instillation of radioisotopes
14.2.3. Stereotactic radiosurgery
14.2.3.1. Single source photon radiosurgery
14.2.3.2. Multi-source photon radiosurgery
14.2.3.3. Particulate radiosurgery
14.3. Other non-operative procedures
14.3.1. Nonoperative intubation and irrigation
14.3.1.1. Insertion of endotracheal tube
14.3.2. Insertion of endotracheal tube
14.3.3. Transfusion of blood and blood components
14.3.3.1. Perioperative autologous transfusion of whole blood or blood components
14.3.3.2. Exchange transfusion
14.3.3.3. Transfusion of previously collected autologous blood
14.3.3.4. Transfusion of packed cells
14.3.3.5. Transfusion of platelets
14.3.3.6. Transfusion of coagulation factors
14.3.3.7. Transfusion of blood expander
14.3.4. TACE (Transarterial chemoembolization)

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