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    Could anyone please tell me how to bill this procedure?

    Pt comes for a glucose tolerance test.pt has a finger stick FBS 82947.Then pt drinks a liquid and has to wait two hours to be tested again. After the two hours pt then receives another finger stick 82947. Does anyone know how to bill for this?

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    Look at 82951 for up to 3 blood specimens.

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