You cannot bill for the fluoroscopy if it is integral to the other procedure(s). However, if it was used for a different issue, then you can bill for it. Sometimes you will need to use the 59 modifier, but if it is clearly being used for a different problem/area, then you would not have to use the modifier. I believe that is where column 2 comes into play b/c a modifier is not always necessary.
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