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According to the CPT Index, in what section would you locate codes to report venipunctures and arterial punctures?
Weegy: A. CPT 76801 Limited OB Ultrasound ( 14 weeks gestation) 76810+ each additional gestation Note: Generally performed one time during current pregnancy Indications 1. to confirm the presence of an intrauterine pregnancy vs. ectopic pregnancy 2. [ [ [ to define the cause of vaginal bleeding 3. to evaluate pelvic pain 4. to estimate gestational age 5. to diagnose or evaluate multiple gestations 6. to confirm cardiac activity after failed attempt with portable Doppler 7. as an adjunct to chronic villous sampling (CVS) 8. to evaluate suspected hydatidiform mole B. CPT 76811 Comprehensive/Targeted OB Ultrasound (> 14 weeks gestation) 76812+ each additional gestation Note: Generally performed one time during current pregnancy unless there is documentation justifying a repeat procedure Note: Will be covered if performed by a registered diagnostic medical sonographer (RDMS) under direct supervision by a physician with specialized training or experience in the subject including a perinatologist and a pediatric cardiologist Indications 1. suspected fetal anomaly or documented marker for aneuploidy during a standard examination (76805) 2. IUGR (EFW 24 cm or a single pocket of fluid at least 8 cm in depth 4. 2-vessel umbilical cord detected at standard OB ultrasound 5. fetal cardiac arrhythmias ] ] ] User: The procedure is a percutaneous transhepatic dilation of biliary duct stricture with or without placement of a stent. How would the radiological supervision and interpretation be coded? Weegy: 47556, read more here: (More)
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The postmortem codes 88000-88099 represent physician services only. true or false
Weegy: TRUE. The postmortum (Anatomic pathology) codes 88000-88099 represents physians service only User: a 45-year-old male patient had the following blood tests done on three vials of blood taken during a venipuncture: total serum cholesterol, quantitative glucose, HDL cholesterol, and triglycerides. What are the correct CPT-4 code(s) for these services? Weegy: f you are unsure of the CPT-4 manual to use, give them a call. If it were me, I would get the most recent one. I don't think a lot of the codes change but I'm sure there are always new ones added. (More)
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