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    Does anyone have tips on the fastest way to answer lab and path questions on CPC exam? Does anyone know of a study guide for lab and path coding?

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    Best study guide is buying the AAPC study guides and reading the guidelines in the CPT manual. I wouldn't spend my money on anything else.

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