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    Default Open J-Tube Placement

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    I have a report stating that the Dr. was doing an exploratory laparoscopy and didn't find didn't find anything, however while he was in there he placed a
    J-Tube. He said it wasn't done percutaneously or endoscopicaly. Any other ideas on how to bill this? I'm trying to avoid unlisted if possible.
    adrianne, cpc

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    Check the description of 44186. Does this look like what he did?


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