You'll really need to clarify with the physician about 75625 and 75716. It appears that this patient has had previous angiography that identified the stenoses. CPT tells us that if there has been previous angiography you can only code it again if the patient's condition has changed, the previous angiogram wasn't sufficiently detailed or there is a change in the patient's condition during the intervention that requires imaging outside the area of therapy.
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