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Christine Posted 1 Year(s) ago
Is this codes separately as 88309x2 if it is diagnosed separately?
SuperCoder Posted 1 Year(s) ago


Yes if the diagnoses are different for the specimens obtained, the cpt will be coded twice. You may also refer to the following link for further information:


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