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    Question Please help with laser removal of glottic stenosis!

    I have codes 31622, 31528, and 31570 but from my research the laser removal of stenosis is an unlisted code. I would like to avoid using the unlisted code so does anyone know if there is a better cpt code? or if that would be included in one of the other procedures? I was looking at 31572 but it...
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    Vestibular Stenosis coding

    I have a doctor that performed a "Placement of bilateral Latera Implants for vestibular stenosis." I see on 4/1/18 a new HCPS code C9749 came into play. But my question is do I need to bill another code with this? I have found lots of documentation about billing the 30465, but does C9749...
  3. O

    HELP!!! Axillofemoral bypass angioplasty of mid graft stenosis

    Unsure of coding of this surgery. Please help!!! OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: 1. Open exposure of left axillofemoral bypass graft via infraclavicular approach. 2. Angiogram of left axillofemoral bypass graft. 3. Rotational atherectomy of mid graft and distal graft stenosis. 4. Percutaneous...
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    HELP! axillofemoral bypass w angioplasty of mid graft

    Unsure of coding of this surgery. Please help!!! OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: 1. Open exposure of left axillofemoral bypass graft via infraclavicular approach. 2. Angiogram of left axillofemoral bypass graft. 3. Rotational atherectomy of mid graft and distal graft stenosis. 4. Percutaneous...
  5. C

    Carotid Stenosis -difference of opinion

    Hi, How would you code a finding of "less than 50% carotid stenosis"? would this be a positive finding? having a difference of opinion. Thanks
  6. C

    Carotid Stenosis

    hi, when a physician says less than 50% stenosis in the carotid artery, would you code this as a positive finding? We are having a difference of opinion and can't find anything official that instructs either way. Thanks
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    Renal and Peripheral angiographies need help coding please

    1. Right common femoral artery access with catheter placement and selective engagement of bilateral renal arteries with supervision and interpretation. 2. Bilateral renal artery stenting. HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: The patient is a 68-year-old with a history of resistant hypertension...
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    Stenosis

    Stuck On This One. Common Iliac Artery, Stenosis?
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