They are all surgical pathology codes, but the higher the code, the more work intensive for the pathology surgeon. The pathology surgical codes are listed alphabetically anatomically and also take into account the type of procedure that was done to obtain the specimen the pathologist must examin, and also state whether some of the specimens were neoplastic or non neoplastic, with or without prolapse, etc. I hope this helps.
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