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    Hoping someone out there has some expertise with Flow Cytometry billing. I am trying to determine how to count the # of markers for billing. Should each marker be counted even though it may be repeated in combination with a different marker? Example: CD4, CD4 + CD26, would this be reported as 3 markers or 2 since CD4 would have already been counted? Do you know if there is any Medicare guidelines on this issue and if so where?

    Would appreciate your help.
    Last edited by dmaclenn; 07-06-2010 at 07:34 AM. Reason: Did not phrase question correctly the first time.

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