HCPCS Code for Single energy X-ray absorptiometry (SEXA) bone density study, one or more sites; appendicular skeleton (peripheral) (e.g., radius, wrist, heel) G0130
HCPCS code G0130 for Single energy X-ray absorptiometry (SEXA) bone density study, one or more sites; appendicular skeleton (peripheral) (e.g., radius, wrist, heel) as maintained by CMS falls under Miscellaneous Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services .
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