Otolaryngologic and Binocular Microscopy Procedures CPT® Code range 92502- 92504

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code range for Special Otorhinolaryngologic Services and Procedures 92502-92504 is a medical code set maintained by the American Medical Association.

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CPT® Code Range 92502- 92504
Otolaryngologic and Binocular Microscopy Procedures
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[b]92502 vs 92504[/b] Hi Ashlie: We met at the AAPC meeting this morning. I tried to help/psych coder. I have an old cpt, and yours reads the same. We've been taught that when you do a diagnostic... [ Read More ]
[b]92502 and 92504[/b] One more thing. I guess because 92504 doesn't mention with anesthesia maybe the use of 92502 is ok, but it still wouldn't be a complete exam if only the ears or ear is examine... [ Read More ]
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