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post partum D&C

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    Default post partum D&C
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    Dr performed D&C postpartum 11 weeks for retained products of conceptions. Performed suction and currettage. How would you bill this 59812 or 58120?

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    11 weeks post vag delivery? if yes, i would bill 58120 as postpartum period is usually 6 weeks. 59160 is for currettage following birth and 59812 is for missed ab

  3. #3
    burlington, iowa
    Default OV for pregnancy during post of from abortion
    Can I code this?

    Patient has missed abortion-uncomplete 1/06

    Patient comes in for office visit and pregnacy test stating had no menstration yet and positive pregnancy at home 02/11.
    Doctor is unsure if pregnant from unprotected relations or if test states pregnant from missed AB.

    Can I code office visit with modifer 24 and pregnancy test?
    Or is this not codable due to post op and maybe test is still postitive from missed AB?
    Last edited by MBass; 02-13-2014 at 10:23 AM. Reason: typo

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