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Billing specimens sent out for special stains

  1. Default 88313 TC only ?
    Medical Coding Books
    88313 was an add-on code. Can the lab, preparing stain, bill 88313/TC without a primary specimen exam code?

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    88313 was an add-on code...can the lab bill 88313/TC without a primary specimen exam code??

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