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  1. Christine Posted 2 month(s) agoRelated Topics

    What should you submit as a diagnosis code (ICD10) on a thin prep pap (imaged) - Squamous cells of undetermined significance and HPV: Negative.

  2. Christine Posted 2 month(s) ago

    This was done during a routine annual GYN exam

  3. SuperCoder Posted 2 month(s) ago


    As per above mentioned diagnosis there is no abnormality, so the appropriate ICD-10 CM code would be Z01.419 [Encounter for gynecological examination (general) (routine) without abnormal findings].

  4. Christine Posted 2 month(s) ago

    I apologize for the typo above it was ASCUS

  5. SuperCoder Posted 2 month(s) ago


    The appropriate ICD-10 CM code for ASCUS is R87.610 (If sample has taken from cervix uteri). If specimen is from vagina than, the appropriate code would be R87.620.


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  • Posted by 42633 Christine, 2 month(s) ago. There are 5 posts. The latest reply is from SuperCoder.