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Posted By Danielle Levy on 06-24-2020, 10:32:09 in Ob-Gyn
Our physician did a major surgery on this patient and we are looking to bill 58262, 57265, 46750, 57288, 57282, & 52281. We are debating if we should also bill a 57107 or no . Attached is the operative and pathology report . Any suggestions would be most appreciated . thanks in advance .
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Posted By Melanie Witt on 06-29-2020, 15:43:12
No, I would not. The parametrial tissue was a biopsy and the description in the op note is not that of a radical vaginectomy. For the partial removal I would go only with 57106 but in this case, it is permanently bundled into 58262 so you could not report it. You might consider a modifier -22, but it would have to go on the highest paid code and the description of the work is not that detailed.
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