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Coding for treatment of cervical ectopic pregnancy

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    How would you code the injection of potassium chloride to treat a cervical ectopic pregnancy via transvaginal ultrasound guidance.

    Thank you!

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    Since it is not a surgical treatment and without seeing the note, I would only code the injection and ultrasound , plus e/m if applicable.

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