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U.S. Marshals Service

Prisoner Health Care Standards

III. NON-AUTHORIZED MEDICAL INTERVENTIONS/PROCEDURES

The following medical interventions and procedures are not authorized for payment by the USMS, unless ordered by the court:

J. INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM (SKIN, SUBCUTANEOUS AND AREOLAR TISSUE, BREAST) - NOT COVERED

Abrasion of lesion

Acne surgery

Arthoscopy of the temporomandibular joint

Arthroplasty

Augmentation of the mandibular body or angle

Blepharoplasty

Body piercing

Bone graft, nasal maxillary and malar areas

Breast reconstruction

Cartilage graft

Cervicoplasty

Chemical exfoliation for acne

Chemical peel

Condylectomy of the temporomandibular joint

Coronoidectomy

Correction of inverted nipples

Dermabrasion

Dressing change under anesthesia

Electrolysis

Excision of excessive skin

Fascia lata graft

Genitoplasty

Graft for facial nerve paralysis

Hair transplant

Hammertoe operation, for cock-up fifth toe

I.V. injection of agent to test blood flow in flap

Immediate insertion of breast prosthesis after mastectomy

Impression/custom preparation of prosthesis

Injection procedure for temporomandibular arthrography

Insertion of tissue expander

Insertion of contraceptive capsules

Mammoplasty

Mastectomy for gynecomastia

Mastopexy

Meniscectomy of the temporomandibular joint

Moulage preparation for custom breast implant

Nipple exploration

Nipple/areola reconstruction

Osteotomy of the facial bones

Osteotomy of the mandible

Periprosthetic capsulectomy, breast

Reconstruction of the toe

Reconstruction of cleft foot

Reconstruction of nail bed, with graft

Reconstructive surgery

Reduction of the forehead

Removal by contouring of a benign tumor of the facial bone

Removal of intact mammary implant

Removal of tissue expander

Removal of contraceptive capsules

Replacement of tissue expander

Revision reconstructed breast

Rhytidectomy

Salabrasion

Suction assisted lipectomy

Tattoo removal

Tattooing

Tissue graft

Treatment for temporomandibular joint dysfunction and disorders, including surgery and appliances

 
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