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    Insurance is denying CPT 57505, Endocervical D&C when billed with 57522, Conization of cervix as being bundled but there are no CCI edits. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated!

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    Greeley, Colorado


    The curettage is included in the description for 57522 (see 57520).
    Lisa Bledsoe, CPC, CPMA

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