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Hysteroscopy and D & C

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    How do I code a hysteroscopy (non surgical) and D & C? Would I just code the D & C since it has the highest RVU's or can I code both? Thanks!

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    Look at 58558, the hysteroscopy codes to surgical when you combine with a D & C. see what you think.
    Anna Weaver, CPC, CPMA, CEMC
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