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    Question angio/stent innominate artery

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    Can anybody help me with a code for angioplasty and stent of innominate artery.

    Appreciate any help on this one.

    Vicky K

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    For the PTCA use 35475, stent would be 37205, to do both in same vessel must be medically necessary. Catheter placement is 36215 and you may have S & I codes 75960-26 & 75962-26 if documented.

    I am assuming this was done percutaneously.

    Hope this helps!

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    Thank you so much. Yes this was a percuatnous procedure.

    Vicky K

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    Default Thoracic AngioStent with Zenith TX2

    Could someone help me with a code for the placement of: Thoracic Angio Stent for Type B aortic Dissection?

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    need a little more info, did the stent cover the subclavian, and extensions, proximal or distal and this done by cut down or open

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