Coding and practice management corner
An update on correct coding for breast procedures, including case examples, is provided.
Blunt trauma-related clinical scenarios are presented to test the reader’s coding knowledge.
Frequently asked CPT coding questions—covering a range of procedures—and their correct responses are the focus of this month’s column.
This column describes several penetrating trauma clinical scenarios to test the reader’s CPT coding knowledge.
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