Look in the ICD-9 book in the tabular under the V72.31 it will tell you to add the V code for the HPV and that the V code for the cervical pap is inclusive and if it is a vag pap to add the V code for that, which that code will you to add the V code for the absence of cervix. Also you need to use prevent E&M not regular ov codes, those patients that have annual coverage as a beneift then will get their benefit and those that do not will have to pay out of pocket.
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