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    Default Btl/d&c

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    Can you code these procedures seperately? And if you can, do you need a modifier? Is there a website that has some good info about coding OB/GYN procedures. I have been surfing for a while and have hit a wall. Please help.

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    I would code the D&C first and then the Tubal w/ modifier 51 attached.

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