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Pelvic Ultrasounds

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    Payers are denying 76830 and 76817 (transvaginal U/S) when performed with 76856 and 76801 (transabdominal U/S), but there are no edits between the code pairs.

    The edits were deleted years back. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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    Elyria, Ohio
    We attach modifier 59 to the second ultrasound and we get paid everytime.

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