CPT code for 2-year old patient presents to the office with a marble in his nose, per the mother. Using nasal forceps, the marble is removed ...
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CPT code for 2-year old patient presents to the office with a marble in his nose, per the mother. Using nasal forceps, the marble is removed Note:
New pathology and laboratory CPT codes were introduced for CPT 2008 in the organ- or disease-oriented panels, chemistry, immunology, microbiology, and reproductive medicine procedures subsections. [ [ [ CPT coding changes reflecting pathologists? services can be located in the surgical pathology subsection. Yet by far, the majority of pathology and laboratory-related CPT code changes are reflected in the chemistry subsection. Molecular pathology enthusiasts will be particularly interested in the surgical pathology changes that provide separate codes for manual and laser microdissection services as well as revisions to molecular diagnostic codes 83898, 83900, 83901, and 83908. ] ] ] Auto answered|Score .6|supernike|Points 600|Note:
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I would say using marble could desctruct the nuclear path if it were to ever be compromised.Expert answered|weegyman|Points 0|
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