ICD-10-PCS Code Range

The ICD-10-PCS code range for is medical classification list by the World Health Organization (WHO).

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PCS Tables

BH0

B Imaging
H Skin, Subcutaneous Tissue and Breast
0 Plain Radiography: Planar display of an image developed from the capture of external ionizing radiation on photographic or photoconductive plate
Body Part Contrast Qualifier Qualifier
Character 4 Character 5 Character 6 Character 7
Body System (Character 4)
0 Breast, Right
1 Breast, Left
2 Breasts, Bilateral
Approach (Character 5)
Z None
Substance (Character 6)
Z None
Qualifier (Character 7)
Z None
Body System (Character 4)
3 Single Mammary Duct, Right
4 Single Mammary Duct, Left
5 Multiple Mammary Ducts, Right
6 Multiple Mammary Ducts, Left
Approach (Character 5)
0 High Osmolar
1 Low Osmolar
Y Other Contrast
Z None
Substance (Character 6)
Z None
Qualifier (Character 7)
Z None

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