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Subclavian Arteriogram with Runoff

Nicole Posted Thu 09th of April, 2015 09:52:19 AM

The doctor did a Left Subclavian and brachial Arteriogram with Runoff (Interpretation also done). He used a 21-gauge micropuncture to access the brachial artery.

Would the correct coding be:


SuperCoder Answered Fri 10th of April, 2015 05:43:10 AM

CPT code 36225 is the code that can be used for selective catheter placement in subclavian or innominate artery, unilateral with angiography of the ipsilateral vertebral circulation and all associated radiological supervision and interpretation, includes angiography of the cervicocerebral arch, when performed.

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