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  1. Question push enteroscopy with coagulation
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    Please advise:

    How would you code push entersocopy to small bowel (proximal) with multiple arteriovenous malformations. They were treated with argon plasma coagulation.



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    I would use 44369 enteroscopy s/ablation not amenable by hot bx, snare ect and dx 747.61. Unless your doctor was doing this to control bleeding, then cpt would be 44366. Hope this helps.

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    The 747.61 is a congenital dx code, do you know that this is congenital? Is it in the patient's hx? The code I've found to use for this is 537.82-Angiodysplasia of stomach and duodenum w/o bleeding....537.83 w/bleeding...

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    Thanks you guys for all of your help! I was looking in that direction and I just needed that clarification!

    Thankful coder,

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