Okay, I just need some backup on this one. I am having a disagreement with an urgent care physician who believes he can bill a Foreign Body Removal (65222) for a patient who presented thinking he had something stuck in his eye, but no foreign body was found or removed. The patient had a corneal abrasion. Perhaps, since the examination took just as much effort and the same supplies as a foreign body removal, he can bill it? It sounds like an office visit to me. One argument I heard was that an Opthamologist had advised that he does the same thing. Am I misguided here? Thank you in advance.