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An initial inpatient consultation with a detailed history, detailed exam, and MDM of low complexity would be coded to what E/M code?
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In medical billing and coding what are some of the problems associated with modifiers -51 and -59?
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What are the three types of wound repair, and what must be documented to code them?
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