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Nicole Posted Fri 08th of July, 2016 09:56:33 AM
If the doctor performs a Percutaneous AV Fistulagram (36147), Angioplasty Right Inominate Vein (35476/75978) and Angioplasty SVT (35476/75978). Would those codes be correct? Not related to the above question.. If the doctor reports Angioplasty via two access sites, would it be the 35476 billed once? Or would I need to request more information from the doctor?
SuperCoder Answered Tue 12th of July, 2016 02:09:14 AM
Hi, The above mentioned codes for procedures are appropriate. Also,separate access sites are coded separately.

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