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Posted By Christie on 11-11-2005, 22:25:00 in Radiology
Hello List,

The report is short so here goes:

CONTRAST INJECTION IN J-TUBE:

CLINICAL HISTORY: The patient is a 79 year old male hospitalized for pneumonia, who is to have his J-tube evaluated.

Gastrografin was injected into the J-tube port labeled "jejunum". The contrast material passes into the proximal jejunum, which is of normal caliber.

Contrast material injected into the port labeled "gastric" enters into the pyloric antrum of the stomach.

There is no leakage of contrast material out of bowel.

CPT Codes please (I always get this type of report mixed up)
Comments (4)
Posted By Christie on 11-15-2005, 22:57:00
Thank you, Stacy
Posted By Christie on 11-15-2005, 22:57:00
Thanks Marylin
Posted By Marylin on 11-14-2005, 13:51:00
49424/76080 Marylin
Posted By Stacy on 11-12-2005, 19:54:00
49424 + 76080

Stacy Gregory, RCC, CPC
stacygregory@wamail.net
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