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    Red face Gyn
    Medical Coding Books
    If you have a female,established patient that comes in for her annual PE, lets say age 20, and wants a pap smear done but is currently on her menstral cycle. Her visit today would be coded as 99395, V70.0. She comes back to the office 2 weeks later for her pap smear, and breast exam, would the second visit be coded as 99395, V72.31 or should it be 99213 V72.31? I have worked in an office that did it the second way and there is currently a debate over how it should be billed at the second visit. Any help would be appreciated.

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    I think the second visit should be just Q0091 & S0612/G0101

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