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Polypectomy with endoloop during colonoscopy?

Kimberly Posted Thu 09th of July, 2015 15:39:57 PM

I am looking for any information on recommendations for billing removal of a polyp on colonoscopy using an endoloop?

Thanks.

SuperCoder Answered Fri 10th of July, 2015 00:39:39 AM

An endoloop is a detachable snare device used for hemostasis during procedures such as endoscopic polyp removal. Because the endoloop uses "snare technique. The appropriate CPT code would be 45385.

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