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Cpt Codes Vs Diagnosis Codes
Diagnosis code: The diagnosis code depends on the the most specific underlying cause or i.e. Diagnosis. If you cannot determine a cause, then 'sensory disturbance' as a more general cause can be used. ...Read more
Is a billing code of 710.0 for the insurance a firm diagnosis or could it be used to justify an ANA panel ? Thanks !
In the encounter summary, it showed Insomnia with a code. Is that the diagnosis and would probable or possible ones also be listed if there are any?
YesThatIsDiagnosis: Ye if that is what it says that is what it is ...Read more
Most likely this one: "strain" http://www.Icd9data.Com/2012/volume1/800-999/840-848/844/844.9.Htm.Get a more detailed answer ›
343 series: Although the names of the codes can include infantile they still apply to adults that developed as infant or are congenital. ...Read more
Coding: Not sure why codes are important to you. There are a group of codes that describe venous hypertension, with and without inflammation, and with and without ulceration. There are another set of codes that describe ulcerations and these vary depending on the location along the lower extremity that they are found. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My diagnosis code is 794.31 my dr said in all my visits there's nothing to worry about . Also i had a holter monitor.. And 1 more ekg..
Abnormal EKG finding: 794.31 icd9 code is for abnormal ekg findinds.That might have prompted for your doctor to do further testing like holter monitor and repeat ekg. You should have discussed with your doctor or cardiologist what the tests were for. But if the holter monitor was ok, you do not have to worry as your doctor said. ...Read more
Saw my neurologist, told him of periodic deja vu, he scheduled eeg but my chart has seizure now listed in diagnosis code. Why?
See below: Best Answer: 31020 CPT Sinusotomy, maxillary (antrotomy); intranasal 31030 CPT Sinusotomy, maxillary (antrotomy); radical (Caldwell-Luc) without removal of antrochoanal polyps 31032 CPT Sinusotomy, maxillary (antrotomy); radical (Caldwell-Luc) with removal of antrochoanal polyps Source(s): hope it helps ...Read more
Always ask, "Why?": Always ask, "Why do you ask?" Sometimes the person has a reason to know the information (such as a patient forgetting which of her own pills are which, or a doctor trying to figure out what a patient took). Other times, a person is snooping into another person's pills, trying to figure out what the other person is taking (unethical, and should be illegal). These pills might be Viread (tenofovir) and Tivicay. ...Read more
Diagnosis code: This is a diagnosis code of hypertrophic osteoarthropathy. This describes enlarged, bony abnormality of a joint or joints. ...Read more