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    Default Transurethral resection unroofing prostatic abscess

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    Need some advise on how to code this procedure. I was looking at CPT 52601. Do i also need a CPT for placement os suprapubic tube.

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    Is the SP tube percutaneous or open? And what do you think about 52700 for the abscess?
    Last edited by Kelly_Mayumi; 01-18-2012 at 02:16 PM.

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