for Problem #1: I would use the V70.0 and any additional codes needed, I would use the V76.2 if they did a routine pap. I would use the age appropriate preventive E/M code. (of course, documentation would have to support the services provided)
for Problem #2:again, I'd use V70.0 -
I guess we rarely use the V72.31 - we typically use that code for SAGE patients.
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