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76705 If they look at just the gallbladder. If they look at other organs as well then use 76700.
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It's a bit like an ultrasound except you can see the baby 3-D....here's a link to someone's sonogram on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lH3YSVMbK4
The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) coding manual is a compilation of guidelines, codes, and descriptions to report health care services performed by health care provid…ers in the United States. The CPT® code set (Healthcare Common Procedural Coding System or HCPCS Level I) is copyrighted and maintained by American Medical Association (AMA) and is used with other code sets established by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and other federally-named entities for health care reporting and reimbursement.
Sonograms are also called ultrasounds and uses high frequency waves to take images of the inside of the body.
Current Procedural Terminology
Current Procedural Terminology, Publication of the American Medical Association containing a standardized classification system for reporting medical procedures and services b…y providing them with assigned "codes."
93965 - Non-invasive physiologic studies of extremity veins, complete bilateral study (eg, Doppler waveform analysis with responses to compression and other maneuvers, phlebor…heography, impedance plethysmography)
Family psychotherapy without the actual patient being present
what are subcategories in cpt
Radiologic Examination of the Knee; Complete, 4 or more views.
what is code 71100 and 72110