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Breast Assymetry Code

Partners Posted Wed 20th of November, 2013 14:40:46 PM

How would you code a "focal assymetry" found during a mammogram?

SuperCoder Answered Wed 20th of November, 2013 18:23:07 PM

793.82 Inconclusive mammogram

According to http://radiopaedia.org/articles/asymmetrical-density-in-mammography focal asymmetry is sometimes just a normal density variation for that patient. The MD won't know until further testing is completed.

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