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    Default Saline Contrast Echo

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    How would you code a Contrast Transthoracic Echo that is performed in the office setting? The contrast administered is a mixture of saline and the patients own blood.

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    Richardson, TX


    93306. I do not believe the code changes because the saline.
    Julie Graham, BA, CPC, CCC

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