Question EGD with placement of NG tube, no fluoro, endoscopic vision only

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Help! In an op report I'm coding, the general surgeon documented that he used esophagogastroduodenoscopy to place a nasogastric tube into the stomach. He did not use fluoroscopy; he used his endoscopic vision only. I cannot find a CPT code that would accurately report this procedure. Thoughts? Advice? Thanks for your help!
try this from coder desk reference
The physician examines the upper gastrointestinal tract and places a tube or catheter. The physician passes an endoscope through the patient's mouth into the esophagus. The esophagus, stomach, duodenum, and sometimes the jejunum are viewed. The physician places a tube or catheter through the endoscope. The endoscope is removed.