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    My physician documents patient self reported family history of breast cancer and/or ovarian cancer.My question is can this be considered for a high risk screening mammogram and code it as V76.11, V16.3???

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    High Risk Category
    Appropriate Diagnosis Code
    A personal history of breast cancer
    A mother, sister, or daughter who has breast cancer
    Not given birth prior to age 30
    A personal history of biopsy-proven benign breast disease

    hope this helps
    Sreenivas Sajja

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