No, that code tells the insurance company that your chart says male and the gynecomastia is an actual condition that does happen in males and it is developed enough to require mammograms. Gynecomastia occurs in adolescent males, but usually goes away. But it occurs in males over 50 more often than not when their natural T levels goes down. I should know, I was in a shower situation at a camping event with the other 55+ and my intentional B cups didn't stand out!
SRS, no. It is considered an elective. Only a few insurance policies may cover it, but those premiums are high and available to mainly the executive types in a corporate plan. Even some of those coverages are victims of the cutbacks you read about.