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    Question Amniocentesis for twins

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    Can somebody help me? If an amniocentesis was performed on twins with one sac using ultrasound guidance, how do you code that? Do you code 59000 once or twice?

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    Apr 2007


    I would say only once since there was only 1 sac.

    Laura, CPC

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