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which of the following CPT code ranges describes evocardial/suppression testing procedures? a 80400-80440 b 80500-80502 c 81000-81099 d 82000-82999
The answer is "CPT 76805 "hich of the following CPT code ranges describes evocardial/suppression testing procedures? c 81000-81099
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