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    Can someone tell me when its the proper use for HCPCS code P3000 & P3001?? and the difference from all other pap smear CPT codes?

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    Can anyone help with the 2011 pap code done in family practice office. Smear is sent out to lab but collected in the office by our family doc..
    Thanks.. P

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