Well....if the patient come in for a problem visit, you would code an E/M, yes. If the doc also decides she's due for a screening pap smear, and the pap is unrelated to the problem, you could also report Q0091. If the doc does a full screening exam and also addresses a problem at the same visit, you can report an E/M along with G0101 and Q0091. Don't forget to attach modifer 25 where appropriate, and choose/link diagnosis codes appropriately.
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