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Old 12-07-2012, 09:05 AM
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Smile Interleukin 28B

In 2012, Interleukin 28B consists of stacked CPT codes 83891, 83898, 83896x2, and 83912. Since some of the codes are being delete in 2013, does anyone know what the crosswalk code(s) will be? Thx :)
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