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Cpt 75310/72170

  1. #1
    Barren River Kentucky
    Default Cpt 75310/72170
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    This time of year, with people falling on the ice, I am getting a lot of radiology reports for er treatment of hip and pelvis x-rays. Many are seperate reports for each patient encounter. One showing a right hip x-ray with no mention of the pelvis, and another showing an AP of the pelvis. The way I understand the definition of 75310, it is for the unilateral view of the hip and an AP of the pelvis. I have been coding this 75310-52 since there is no mention of the pelvis.

    I have been feeling like this may not be correct but I have exhausted all my local resources and am getting shrugged shoulders. What other opinions are out there? How would you handle these?

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    73500 for single view hip

  3. #3
    You can bill these two codes if both a 1vw Hip and Pelvis were done.
    73500 Hip 1vw
    72170 Pelvis 1 or 2vw

    Perhaps you are thinking of..
    73520 Bilateral Hips minimum 2vws of each hip, including AP view of Pelvis.

    (There is no 75310 CPT code)

    Hope this helps!
    Jessica O'Donnell CPC

  4. #4
    So if you have an AP Pelvis with a Lateral right would you bill?
    Catrina Jacobs, RCC, CPC

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