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Ob-Gyn Coding Alert

ICD-10:

Safeguard Your Cervical Dysplasia Claims Using These N87 Codes

Make the distinction between pre- and post Oct. 1 claims. If a patient has cervical dysplasia, this means that she has abnormal cell growth on the surface of the cervix, which either indicates precancerous or cancerous cells. Based on this growth, a provider will classify these cells as being either low-grade (meaning it typically resolves on its own) or high-grade [...]



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