What is the CPT code 93976?
CPT® Code 93976 in section: Duplex scan of arterial inflow and venous outflow of abdominal, pelvic, scrotal contents and/or retroperitoneal organs.
How do you bill for a prostate biopsy?
The typical code to use will be CPT 55700, which describes prostate biopsy by any approach. Imaging can be added if appropriately performed and documented. There are 3 CPT codes that describe the sampling of prostate tissue by biopsy: CPT codes 55700, 55705, and 55706.
What is procedure code 76870?
76870 Ultrasound, scrotum and contents This CPT® code describes the sonographic evaluation of the scrotum and its contents. A separate, written report documenting any scrotal abnormalities must be dictated and included in the patient’s medical chart.
What is the difference between 93975 and 93976?
Duplex scanning of arterial inflow/venous outflow of abdominal, pelvic, or retroperitoneal organs may be coded with CPT code 93975, or with CPT code 93976, depending on whether a complete or limited study is performed.
What is the CPT code for prostate biopsy?
The CPT® codes billed are transrectal diagnostic ultrasound (CPT® 76872), the sonographic guidance (76942) and prostate biopsy (55700).
What is the difference between 55700 and 55706?
CPT code 55700 may be performed in the nonfacility or office setting, and also the facility setting (which includes hospital inpatient, hospital outpatient or ambulatory surgical center, or ASC). CPT code 55706 can only be performed in the hospital inpatient, hospital outpatient or ASC setting.
What does CPT code 76705?
CPT® 76705 in section: Ultrasound, abdominal, real time with image documentation.
What is the CPT code 76770?
|76770||ULTRASOUND, RETROPERITONEAL (EG, RENAL, AORTA, NODES), REAL TIME WITH IMAGE DOCUMENTATION; COMPLETE|
|76775||ULTRASOUND, RETROPERITONEAL (EG, RENAL, AORTA, NODES), REAL TIME WITH IMAGE DOCUMENTATION; LIMITED|
|76776||ULTRASOUND, TRANSPLANTED KIDNEY, REAL TIME AND DUPLEX DOPPLER WITH IMAGE DOCUMENTATION|