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AVAILABLE CPT CODES For Vascular Surgery CPT Code

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0033T 0034T 0035T 0036T

Endovascular repair of descending thoracic aortic aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm or dissection; involving coverage of left subclavian artery origin, initial endoprosthesis Endovascular repair of descending thoracic aortic aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm or dissection; not involving coverage of left subclavian artery origin, initial endoprosthesis Placement of proximal or distal extension prosthesis for endovascular repair of descending thoracic aortic aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm or dissection; initial extension Placement of proximal or distal extension prosthesis for endovascular repair of descending thoracic aortic aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm or dissection; each additional extension (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Open subclavian to carotid artery transposition performed in conjunction with endovascular thoracic aneurysm repair, by neck incision, unilateral Excision first and/or cervical rib; Excision first and/or cervical rib; with sympathectomy Interthoracoscapular amputation (forequarter) Disarticulation of shoulder; Disarticulation of shoulder; secondary closure or scar revision Decompression fasciotomy, forearm, with brachial artery exploration Amputation, arm through humerus; with primary closure Amputation, arm through humerus; open, circular (guillotine) Amputation, arm through humerus; secondary closure or scar revision Amputation, arm through humerus; re-amputation Amputation, arm through humerus; with implant Decompression fasciotomy, forearm and/or wrist, flexor OR extensor compartment; without debridement of nonviable muscle and/or nerve Decompression fasciotomy, forearm and/or wrist, flexor OR extensor compartment; with debridement of nonviable muscle and/or nerve Amputation, forearm, through radius and ulna; Amputation, forearm, through radius and ulna; open, circular (guillotine) Amputation, forearm, through radius and ulna; secondary closure or scar revision Amputation, forearm, through radius and ulna; re-amputation Krukenberg procedure Disarticulation through wrist; Disarticulation through wrist; secondary closure or scar revision Disarticulation through wrist; re-amputation Transmetacarpal amputation;

0037T 21615 21616 23900 23920 23921 24495 24900 24920 24925 24930 24931 25020 25023 25900 25905 25907 25909 25915 25920 25922 25924 25927

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25929 25931 26910 26951 26952 27025 27290 27295 27590 27591 27592 27594 27596 27598 27600 27601 27602 27880 27881 27882 27884 27886 27888 27889 27892 27893 27894 28800

Transmetacarpal amputation; secondary closure or scar revision Transmetacarpal amputation; re-amputation Amputation, metacarpal, with finger or thumb (ray amputation), single, with or without interosseous transfer Amputation, finger or thumb, primary or secondary, any joint or phalanx, single, including neurectomies; with direct closure Amputation, finger or thumb, primary or secondary, any joint or phalanx, single, including neurectomies; with local advancement flaps (V-Y, hood) Fasciotomy, hip or thigh, any type Interpelviabdominal amputation (hindquarter amputation) Disarticulation of hip Amputation, thigh, through femur, any level; Amputation, thigh, through femur, any level; immediate fitting technique including first cast Amputation, thigh, through femur, any level; open, circular (guillotine) Amputation, thigh, through femur, any level; secondary closure or scar revision Amputation, thigh, through femur, any level; re-amputation Disarticulation at knee Decompression fasciotomy, leg; anterior and/or lateral compartments only Decompression fasciotomy, leg; posterior compartment(s) only Decompression fasciotomy, leg; anterior and/or lateral, and posterior compartment(s) Amputation, leg, through tibia and fibula; Amputation, leg, through tibia and fibula; with immediate fitting technique including application of first cast Amputation, leg, through tibia and fibula; open, circular (guillotine) Amputation, leg, through tibia and fibula; secondary closure or scar revision Amputation, leg, through tibia and fibula; re-amputation Amputation, ankle, through malleoli of tibia and fibula (eg, Syme, Pirogoff type procedures), with plastic closure and resection of nerves Ankle disarticulation Decompression fasciotomy, leg; anterior and/or lateral compartments only, with debridement of nonviable muscle and/or nerve Decompression fasciotomy, leg; posterior compartment(s) only, with debridement of nonviable muscle and/or nerve Decompression fasciotomy, leg; anterior and/or lateral, and posterior compartment(s), with debridement of nonviable muscle and/or nerve Amputation, foot; midtarsal (eg, Chopart type procedure)

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28805 28810 28820 28825 32664 33320 33321 33322 33330 33332 33335 33875 33877 34001 34051 34101 34111 34151 34201 34203 34401 34421 34451 34471 34490 34501 34502 34510

Amputation, foot; transmetatarsal Amputation, metatarsal, with toe, single Amputation, toe; metatarsophalangeal joint Amputation, toe; interphalangeal joint Thoracoscopy, surgical; with thoracic sympathectomy Suture repair of aorta or great vessels; without shunt or cardiopulmonary bypass Suture repair of aorta or great vessels; with shunt bypass Suture repair of aorta or great vessels; with cardiopulmonary bypass Insertion of graft, aorta or great vessels; without shunt, or cardiopulmonary bypass Insertion of graft, aorta or great vessels; with shunt bypass Insertion of graft, aorta or great vessels; with cardiopulmonary bypass Descending thoracic aorta graft, with or without bypass Repair of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm with graft, with or without cardiopulmonary bypass Embolectomy or thrombectomy, with or without catheter; carotid, subclavian or innominate artery, by neck incision Embolectomy or thrombectomy, with or without catheter; innominate, subclavian artery, by thoracic incision Embolectomy or thrombectomy, with or without catheter; axillary, brachial, innominate, subclavian artery, by arm incision Embolectomy or thrombectomy, with or without catheter; radial or ulnar artery, by arm incision Embolectomy or thrombectomy, with or without catheter; renal, celiac, mesentery, aortoiliac artery, by abdominal incision Embolectomy or thrombectomy, with or without catheter; femoropopliteal, aortoiliac artery, by leg incision Embolectomy or thrombectomy, with or without catheter; popliteal-tibio-peroneal artery, by leg incision Thrombectomy, direct or with catheter; vena cava, iliac vein, by abdominal incision Thrombectomy, direct or with catheter; vena cava, iliac, femoropopliteal vein, by leg incision Thrombectomy, direct or with catheter; vena cava, iliac, femoropopliteal vein, by abdominal and leg incision Thrombectomy, direct or with catheter; subclavian vein, by neck incision Thrombectomy, direct or with catheter; axillary and subclavian vein, by arm incision Valvuloplasty, femoral vein Reconstruction of vena cava, any method Venous valve transposition, any vein donor

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34520 34530 34800 34802 34803 34804 34805 34808 34812 34813 34820 34825 34826

Cross-over vein graft to venous system Saphenopopliteal vein anastomosis Endovascular repair of infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm or dissection; using aorto-aortic tube prosthesis Endovascular repair of infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm or dissection; using modular bifurcated prosthesis (one docking limb) Endovascular repair of infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm or dissection; using modular bifurcated prosthesis (two docking limbs) Endovascular repair of infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm or dissection; using unibody bifurcated prosthesis Endovascular repair of infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm or dissection; using aorto-uniiliac or aorto-unifemoral prosthesis Endovascular placement of iliac artery occlusion device (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Open femoral artery exposure for delivery of endovascular prosthesis, by groin incision, unilateral Placement of femoral-femoral prosthetic graft during endovascular aortic aneurysm repair (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Open iliac artery exposure for delivery of endovascular prosthesis or iliac occlusion during endovascular therapy, by abdominal or retroperitoneal incision, unilateral Placement of proximal or distal extension prosthesis for endovascular repair of infrarenal abdominal aortic or iliac aneurysm, false aneurysm, or dissection; initial vessel Placement of proximal or distal extension prosthesis for endovascular repair of infrarenal abdominal aortic or iliac aneurysm, false aneurysm, or dissection; each additional vessel (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Open repair of infrarenal aortic aneurysm or dissection, plus repair of associated arterial trauma, following unsuccessful endovascular repair; tube prosthesis Open repair of infrarenal aortic aneurysm or dissection, plus repair of associated arterial trauma, following unsuccessful endovascular repair; aorto-bi-iliac prosthesis Open repair of infrarenal aortic aneurysm or dissection, plus repair of associated arterial trauma, following unsuccessful endovascular repair; aorto-bifemoral prosthesis Open iliac artery exposure with creation of conduit for delivery of infrarenal aortic or iliac endovascular prosthesis, by abdominal or retroperitoneal incision, unilateral Open brachial artery exposure to assist in the deployment of infrarenal aortic or iliac endovascular prosthesis by arm incision, unilateral Endovascular graft placement for repair of iliac artery (eg, aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, arteriovenous malformation, trauma) Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm and associated occlusive disease, carotid, subclavian artery, by neck incision Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, carotid, subclavian artery, by neck incision Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion,

34830 34831 34832 34833 34834 34900 35001

35002 35005

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with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, vertebral artery 35011 Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm and associated occlusive disease, axillary-brachial artery, by arm incision Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, axillary-brachial artery, by arm incision Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, innominate, subclavian artery, by thoracic incision Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, innominate, subclavian artery, by thoracic incision Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, radial or ulnar artery Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, abdominal aorta Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, abdominal aorta Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, abdominal aorta involving visceral vessels (mesenteric, celiac, renal) Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, abdominal aorta involving visceral vessels (mesenteric, celiac, renal) Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, abdominal aorta involving iliac vessels (common, hypogastric, external) Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, abdominal aorta involving iliac vessels (common, hypogastric, external) Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, splenic artery Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, splenic artery Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, hepatic, celiac, renal, or mesenteric artery Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, hepatic, celiac, renal, or mesenteric artery Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, iliac artery (common, hypogastric, external)

35013 35021

35022

35045

35081

35082 35091

35092

35102

35103

35111

35112 35121

35122 35131

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35132 35141

Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, iliac artery (common, hypogastric, external) Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, common femoral artery (profunda femoris, superficial femoral) Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, common femoral artery (profunda femoris, superficial femoral) Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, and associated occlusive disease, popliteal artery Direct repair of aneurysm, pseudoaneurysm, or excision (partial or total) and graft insertion, with or without patch graft; for ruptured aneurysm, popliteal artery Repair, congenital arteriovenous fistula; head and neck Repair, congenital arteriovenous fistula; thorax and abdomen Repair, congenital arteriovenous fistula; extremities Repair, acquired or traumatic arteriovenous fistula; head and neck Repair, acquired or traumatic arteriovenous fistula; thorax and abdomen Repair, acquired or traumatic arteriovenous fistula; extremities Repair blood vessel, direct; neck Repair blood vessel, direct; upper extremity Repair blood vessel, direct; hand, finger Repair blood vessel, direct; intrathoracic, with bypass Repair blood vessel, direct; intrathoracic, without bypass Repair blood vessel, direct; intra-abdominal Repair blood vessel, direct; lower extremity Repair blood vessel with vein graft; neck Repair blood vessel with vein graft; upper extremity Repair blood vessel with vein graft; intrathoracic, with bypass Repair blood vessel with vein graft; intrathoracic, without bypass Repair blood vessel with vein graft; intra-abdominal Repair blood vessel with vein graft; lower extremity Repair blood vessel with graft other than vein; neck Repair blood vessel with graft other than vein; upper extremity Repair blood vessel with graft other than vein; intrathoracic, with bypass

35142

35151

35152 35180 35182 35184 35188 35189 35190 35201 35206 35207 35211 35216 35221 35226 35231 35236 35241 35246 35251 35256 35261 35266 35271

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35276 35281 35286 35301 35311 35321 35331 35341 35351 35355 35361 35363 35371 35372 35381 35390 35400 35450 35452 35454 35456 35458 35459 35460 35470 35471 35472 35473 35474

Repair blood vessel with graft other than vein; intrathoracic, without bypass Repair blood vessel with graft other than vein; intra-abdominal Repair blood vessel with graft other than vein; lower extremity Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; carotid, vertebral, subclavian, by neck incision Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; subclavian, innominate, by thoracic incision Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; axillary-brachial Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; abdominal aorta Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; mesenteric, celiac, or renal Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; iliac Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; iliofemoral Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; combined aortoiliac Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; combined aortoiliofemoral Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; common femoral Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; deep (profunda) femoral Thromboendarterectomy, with or without patch graft; femoral and/or popliteal, and/or tibioperoneal Reoperation, carotid, thromboendarterectomy, more than one month after original operation (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Angioscopy (non-coronary vessels or grafts) during therapeutic intervention (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Transluminal balloon angioplasty, open; renal or other visceral artery Transluminal balloon angioplasty, open; aortic Transluminal balloon angioplasty, open; iliac Transluminal balloon angioplasty, open; femoral-popliteal Transluminal balloon angioplasty, open; brachiocephalic trunk or branches, each vessel Transluminal balloon angioplasty, open; tibioperoneal trunk and branches Transluminal balloon angioplasty, open; venous Transluminal balloon angioplasty, percutaneous; tibioperoneal trunk or branches, each vessel Transluminal balloon angioplasty, percutaneous; renal or visceral artery Transluminal balloon angioplasty, percutaneous; aortic Transluminal balloon angioplasty, percutaneous; iliac Transluminal balloon angioplasty, percutaneous; femoral-popliteal

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35475 35476 35480 35481 35482 35483 35484 35485 35490 35491 35492 35493 35494 35495 35500 35501 35506 35507 35508 35509 35511 35515 35516 35518 35521 35526 35531 35533 35536 35541

Transluminal balloon angioplasty, percutaneous; brachiocephalic trunk or branches, each vessel Transluminal balloon angioplasty, percutaneous; venous Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, open; renal or other visceral artery Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, open; aortic Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, open; iliac Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, open; femoral-popliteal Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, open; brachiocephalic trunk or branches, each vessel Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, open; tibioperoneal trunk and branches Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, percutaneous; renal or other visceral artery Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, percutaneous; aortic Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, percutaneous; iliac Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, percutaneous; femoral-popliteal Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, percutaneous; brachiocephalic trunk or branches, each vessel Transluminal peripheral atherectomy, percutaneous; tibioperoneal trunk and branches Harvest of upper extremity vein, one segment, for lower extremity or coronary artery bypass procedure (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Bypass graft, with vein; carotid Bypass graft, with vein; carotid-subclavian Bypass graft, with vein; subclavian-carotid Bypass graft, with vein; carotid-vertebral Bypass graft, with vein; carotid-carotid Bypass graft, with vein; subclavian-subclavian Bypass graft, with vein; subclavian-vertebral Bypass graft, with vein; subclavian-axillary Bypass graft, with vein; axillary-axillary Bypass graft, with vein; axillary-femoral Bypass graft, with vein; aortosubclavian or carotid Bypass graft, with vein; aortoceliac or aortomesenteric Bypass graft, with vein; axillary-femoral-femoral Bypass graft, with vein; splenorenal Bypass graft, with vein; aortoiliac or bi-iliac

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35546 35548 35549 35551 35556 35558 35560 35563 35565 35566 35571 35583 35585 35587 35600 35601 35606 35612 35616 35621 35623 35626 35631 35636 35641 35642 35645 35646 35647 35650 35651

Bypass graft, with vein; aortofemoral or bifemoral Bypass graft, with vein; aortoiliofemoral, unilateral Bypass graft, with vein; aortoiliofemoral, bilateral Bypass graft, with vein; aortofemoral-popliteal Bypass graft, with vein; femoral-popliteal Bypass graft, with vein; femoral-femoral Bypass graft, with vein; aortorenal Bypass graft, with vein; ilioiliac Bypass graft, with vein; iliofemoral Bypass graft, with vein; femoral-anterior tibial, posterior tibial, peroneal artery or other distal vessels Bypass graft, with vein; popliteal-tibial, -peroneal artery or other distal vessels In-situ vein bypass; femoral-popliteal In-situ vein bypass; femoral-anterior tibial, posterior tibial, or peroneal artery In-situ vein bypass; popliteal-tibial, peroneal Harvest of upper extremity artery, one segment, for coronary artery bypass procedure Bypass graft, with other than vein; carotid Bypass graft, with other than vein; carotid-subclavian Bypass graft, with other than vein; subclavian-subclavian Bypass graft, with other than vein; subclavian-axillary Bypass graft, with other than vein; axillary-femoral Bypass graft, with other than vein; axillary-popliteal or -tibial Bypass graft, with other than vein; aortosubclavian or carotid Bypass graft, with other than vein; aortoceliac, aortomesenteric, aortorenal Bypass graft, with other than vein; splenorenal (splenic to renal arterial anastomosis) Bypass graft, with other than vein; aortoiliac or bi-iliac Bypass graft, with other than vein; carotid-vertebral Bypass graft, with other than vein; subclavian-vertebral Bypass graft, with other than vein; aortobifemoral Bypass graft, with other than vein; aortofemoral Bypass graft, with other than vein; axillary-axillary Bypass graft, with other than vein; aortofemoral-popliteal

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35654 35656 35661 35663 35665 35666 35671 35681 35682 35683 35685 35686 35691 35693 35694 35695 35700

Bypass graft, with other than vein; axillary-femoral-femoral Bypass graft, with other than vein; femoral-popliteal Bypass graft, with other than vein; femoral-femoral Bypass graft, with other than vein; ilioiliac Bypass graft, with other than vein; iliofemoral Bypass graft, with other than vein; femoral-anterior tibial, posterior tibial, or peroneal artery Bypass graft, with other than vein; popliteal-tibial or -peroneal artery Bypass graft; composite, prosthetic and vein (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Bypass graft; autogenous composite, two segments of veins from two locations (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Bypass graft; autogenous composite, three or more segments of vein from two or more locations (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Placement of vein patch or cuff at distal anastomosis of bypass graft, synthetic conduit (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Creation of distal arteriovenous fistula during lower extremity bypass surgery (non-hemodialysis) (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Transposition and/or reimplantation; vertebral to carotid artery Transposition and/or reimplantation; vertebral to subclavian artery Transposition and/or reimplantation; subclavian to carotid artery Transposition and/or reimplantation; carotid to subclavian artery Reoperation, femoral-popliteal or femoral (popliteal)-anterior tibial, posterior tibial, peroneal artery or other distal vessels, more than one month after original operation (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Exploration (not followed by surgical repair), with or without lysis of artery; carotid artery Exploration (not followed by surgical repair), with or without lysis of artery; femoral artery Exploration (not followed by surgical repair), with or without lysis of artery; popliteal artery Exploration (not followed by surgical repair), with or without lysis of artery; other vessels Exploration for postoperative hemorrhage, thrombosis or infection; neck Exploration for postoperative hemorrhage, thrombosis or infection; chest Exploration for postoperative hemorrhage, thrombosis or infection; abdomen Exploration for postoperative hemorrhage, thrombosis or infection; extremity Repair of graft-enteric fistula Thrombectomy of arterial or venous graft (other than hemodialysis graft or fistula); Thrombectomy of arterial or venous graft (other than hemodialysis graft or fistula); with

35701 35721 35741 35761 35800 35820 35840 35860 35870 35875 35876

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revision of arterial or venous graft 35879 35881 35901 35903 35905 35907 36002 36005 36010 36011 36012 36013 36014 36015 36100 36120 36140 36145 36160 36200 36215 36216 36217 36218 Revision, lower extremity arterial bypass, without thrombectomy, open; with vein patch angioplasty Revision, lower extremity arterial bypass, without thrombectomy, open; with segmental vein interposition Excision of infected graft; neck Excision of infected graft; extremity Excision of infected graft; thorax Excision of infected graft; abdomen Injection procedures (eg, thrombin) for percutaneous treatment of extremity pseudoaneurysm Injection procedure for extremity venography (including introduction of needle or intracatheter) Introduction of catheter, superior or inferior vena cava Selective catheter placement, venous system; first order branch (eg, renal vein, jugular vein) Selective catheter placement, venous system; second order, or more selective, branch (eg, left adrenal vein, petrosal sinus) Introduction of catheter, right heart or main pulmonary artery Selective catheter placement, left or right pulmonary artery Selective catheter placement, segmental or subsegmental pulmonary artery Introduction of needle or intracatheter, carotid or vertebral artery Introduction of needle or intracatheter; retrograde brachial artery Introduction of needle or intracatheter; extremity artery Introduction of needle or intracatheter; arteriovenous shunt created for dialysis (cannula, fistula, or graft) Introduction of needle or intracatheter, aortic, translumbar Introduction of catheter, aorta Selective catheter placement, arterial system; each first order thoracic or brachiocephalic branch, within a vascular family Selective catheter placement, arterial system; initial second order thoracic or brachiocephalic branch, within a vascular family Selective catheter placement, arterial system; initial third order or more selective thoracic or brachiocephalic branch, within a vascular family Selective catheter placement, arterial system; additional second order, third order, and beyond, thoracic or brachiocephalic branch, within a vascular family (List in addition to code for initial second or third order vessel as appropriate) Selective catheter placement, arterial system; each first order abdominal, pelvic, or lower extremity artery branch, within a vascular family Selective catheter placement, arterial system; initial second order abdominal, pelvic, or lower

36245 36246

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extremity artery branch, within a vascular family 36247 36248 Selective catheter placement, arterial system; initial third order or more selective abdominal, pelvic, or lower extremity artery branch, within a vascular family Selective catheter placement, arterial system; additional second order, third order, and beyond, abdominal, pelvic, or lower extremity artery branch, within a vascular family (List in addition to code for initial second or third order vessel as appropriate) Single or multiple injections of sclerosing solutions, spider veins (telangiectasia); limb or trunk Single or multiple injections of sclerosing solutions, spider veins (telangiectasia); face Injection of sclerosing solution; single vein Injection of sclerosing solution; multiple veins, same leg Insertion of cannula for hemodialysis, other purpose (separate procedure); vein to vein Insertion of cannula for hemodialysis, other purpose (separate procedure); arteriovenous, external (Scribner type) Insertion of cannula for hemodialysis, other purpose (separate procedure); arteriovenous, external revision, or closure Arteriovenous anastomosis, open; by upper arm basilic vein transposition Arteriovenous anastomosis, open; by forearm vein transposition Arteriovenous anastomosis, open; direct, any site (eg, Cimino type) (separate procedure) Insertion of cannula(s) for prolonged extracorporeal circulation for cardiopulmonary insufficiency (ECMO) (separate procedure) Insertion of arterial and venous cannula(s) for isolated extracorporeal circulation including regional chemotherapy perfusion to an extremity, with or without hyperthermia, with removal of cannula(s) and repair of arteriotomy and venotomy sites Creation of arteriovenous fistula by other than direct arteriovenous anastomosis (separate procedure); autogenous graft Creation of arteriovenous fistula by other than direct arteriovenous anastomosis (separate procedure); nonautogenous graft (eg, biological collagen, thermoplastic graft) Thrombectomy, open, arteriovenous fistula without revision, autogenous or nonautogenous dialysis graft (separate procedure) Revision, open, arteriovenous fistula; without thrombectomy, autogenous or nonautogenous dialysis graft (separate procedure) Revision, open, arteriovenous fistula; with thrombectomy, autogenous or nonautogenous dialysis graft (separate procedure) Plastic repair of arteriovenous aneurysm (separate procedure) Insertion of Thomas shunt (separate procedure) External cannula declotting (separate procedure); without balloon catheter External cannula declotting (separate procedure); with balloon catheter Thrombectomy, percutaneous, arteriovenous fistula, autogenous or nonautogenous graft (includes mechanical thrombus extraction and intra-graft thrombolysis)

36468 36469 36470 36471 36800 36810 36815 36819 36820 36821 36822 36823

36825 36830 36831 36832 36833 36834 36835 36860 36861 36870

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37140 37145 37160 37180 37181 37195 37201 37202 37203 37204

Venous anastomosis, open; portocaval Venous anastomosis, open; renoportal Venous anastomosis, open; caval-mesenteric Venous anastomosis, open; splenorenal, proximal Venous anastomosis, open; splenorenal, distal (selective decompression of esophagogastric varices, any technique) Thrombolysis, cerebral, by intravenous infusion Transcatheter therapy, infusion for thrombolysis other than coronary Transcatheter therapy, infusion other than for thrombolysis, any type (eg, spasmolytic, vasoconstrictive) Transcatheter retrieval, percutaneous, of intravascular foreign body (eg, fractured venous or arterial catheter) Transcatheter occlusion or embolization (eg, for tumor destruction, to achieve hemostasis, to occlude a vascular malformation), percutaneous, any method, non-central nervous system, non-head or neck Transcatheter placement of an intravascular stent(s), (except coronary, carotid, and vertebral vessel), percutaneous; initial vessel Transcatheter placement of an intravascular stent(s), (except coronary, carotid, and vertebral vessel), percutaneous; each additional vessel (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Transcatheter placement of an intravascular stent(s), (non-coronary vessel), open; initial vessel Transcatheter placement of an intravascular stent(s), (non-coronary vessel), open; each additional vessel (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Exchange of a previously placed arterial catheter during thrombolytic therapy Intravascular ultrasound (non-coronary vessel) during diagnostic evaluation and/or therapeutic intervention; initial vessel (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Intravascular ultrasound (non-coronary vessel) during diagnostic evaluation and/or therapeutic intervention; each additional vessel (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure) Vascular endoscopy, surgical, with ligation of perforator veins, subfascial (SEPS) Ligation, internal jugular vein Ligation; external carotid artery Ligation; internal or common carotid artery Ligation; internal or common carotid artery, with gradual occlusion, as with Selverstone or Crutchfield clamp Ligation or banding of angioaccess arteriovenous fistula Ligation or biopsy, temporal artery

37205 37206

37207 37208 37209 37250

37251

37500 37565 37600 37605 37606 37607 37609

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AVAILABLE CPT CODES For Vascular Surgery CPT Code

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37615 37616 37617 37618 37620 37650 37660 37700 37720 37730 37735

Ligation, major artery (eg, post-traumatic, rupture); neck Ligation, major artery (eg, post-traumatic, rupture); chest Ligation, major artery (eg, post-traumatic, rupture); abdomen Ligation, major artery (eg, post-traumatic, rupture); extremity Interruption, partial or complete, of inferior vena cava by suture, ligation, plication, clip, extravascular, intravascular (umbrella device) Ligation of femoral vein Ligation of common iliac vein Ligation and division of long saphenous vein at saphenofemoral junction, or distal interruptions Ligation and division and complete stripping of long or short saphenous veins Ligation and division and complete stripping of long and short saphenous veins Ligation and division and complete stripping of long or short saphenous veins with radical excision of ulcer and skin graft and/or interruption of communicating veins of lower leg, with excision of deep fascia Ligation of perforator veins, subfascial, radical (Linton type), with or without skin graft, open Ligation and division of short saphenous vein at saphenopopliteal junction (separate procedure) Ligation, division, and/or excision of varicose vein cluster(s), one leg Penile revascularization, artery, with or without vein graft Penile venous occlusive procedure Unlisted procedure, vascular surgery Unlisted procedure, hemic or lymphatic system Excision of carotid body tumor; without excision of carotid artery Excision of carotid body tumor; with excision of carotid artery Sympathectomy, cervical Sympathectomy, cervicothoracic Sympathectomy, thoracolumbar Sympathectomy, lumbar

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