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    Default Twin vag delivery/1 fetal demise(selective red)

    How do I bill a twin vaginal delivery where a selective reduction was done prior to delivery? The pt delivered both. Will I still bill the same as a regular twin vag delivery? Thanks.

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    You should still bill both vaginal deliveries, the ICD-9 codes will reflect one is fetal demise

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