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3 Tips to Improve Selective Vascular Cath Coding

29th March 2012
Don't risk losing up to $315 that Medicare allots for PV studies You know you can't report nonselective catheter placement with selective placement from the same access site but which codes should you report if the physician inserts the catheter selectiv... Read >
Author: ashu

How to Naturally Treat Acne Scars

11th October 2011
Back acne scars are also referred as 'follicular macular atrophy' and occur if hair follicles get clogged. It may happen because of combination of natural occurring oils, dead skin cells, sebum of skin. If body produces excess sebum, follicles become clog... Read >
Author: zechong cai

When to Use 'Uncertain Behavior Diagnosis Code'?

09th June 2011
You may be in for a great loss if you always use diagnosis code 238.2 while reporting 11100 for a biopsy procedure your surgeon performs. The best way to know when to use the 'uncertain behavior' diagnosis code is understanding what that code descriptor r... Read >
Author: James Smith

Same-Polyp Intervention? Turn to 45383 & 45381

04th April 2011
As a gastroenterology coder, you may find yourself bowled over by coding situations such as these: The olympus scope was passed in the transverse colon. Outstanding prep. The lesion itself was at about 9 centimeter in the rectosigmoid or upper one third o... Read >
Author: James Smith

CPT 2011: Femoral/Popliteal Coding Options

18th March 2011
This time CPT 2011 adds new codes for lower extremity endovascular revascularization covering angioplasty, atherectomy, and stenting. Here we'll take a look at the femoral/popliteal codes 37224-37227. Master the single code approach for fem/pop coding... Read >
Author: James Smith

How to Clear Up Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation

23rd February 2011
For quite a few people, specially those with darker pores and skin, these discolored marks are even worse than the acne by itself. These marks are often mistaken for scars. The excellent information is that they are not scars at all. It is a circumstance ... Read >
Author: Rio Alvian

What is Vihta? Sauna Vihta, or Vasta (Finnish) or Venik (Russian)

10th February 2011
Sauna massage with Finnish "Vihta" (also called vasta in Finnish as well or venik in Russian) stimulates blood circulation, detoxification and breathing. It strengthens the immune system of the body. Tree leaves of twigs absorb sweat and pollutants co... Read >
Author: Rudy Peters

Commercial Skin Bleaching Creams VS. Homemade Remedies To Solve Hyperpigmentation

25th October 2010
There are many different treatments available for skin bleaching, including laser, cryotherapy (freezing off the lesion), microdermabrasion ("sandblast" the skin with chemical substances), oral treatments (pills) and topical products (creams and lotions).... Read >
Author: Morgan M.

Natural Medicine for Molluscum is Tolerable to Surrounding Tissue

22nd September 2010
Molluscum contagiosum can likely be vertically transmitted, similarly to other viruses such as condyloma acuminatum and human papilloma virus. The virus that causes molluscum contagiosum replicates in the cytoplasm of epithelial cells producing cytoplasmi... Read >
Author: bcured

Fordyce spots treatment options

10th August 2010
A range of treatments are readily available to deal with this common condition (if you're wondering how common, then it has been estimated that perhaps three quarters of young adults suffer from it to some degree; this rises in young men, who are more lik... Read >
Author: Paul Aspin

Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment Options

30th June 2010
Seborrheic Keratosis are unattractive lesions which can be similar in appearance to warts. These lesions are benign and are noncancerous. They may look frightening and cause concern about skin cancer but there is no reason to be concerned. They can be rem... Read >
Author: Angelakenny

How Are Sweating And Herpes Related To Each Other?

24th June 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Lynsey Carter Many people, perhaps even a lot like you, are not very familiar with the variety of sexually transmitted diseases and their symptoms, and may be a little surprised how sweating and herpes are very much related to each o... Read >
Author: Lynsey B Carter

93312 or 93314 The TEE coding challenge

17th June 2010
The TEE challenge: attend anesthesia coding conferences to stay compliant with every updates. The most common problem in anesthesia coding related to billing and in obtaining reimbursement for transesophageal echocardiography or TEE is to find out wheth... Read >
Author: Julia Rose

Surgery Breast Wide Excision & Axillary Sample,Excision-Axillary

22nd April 2010
General Surgery Breast -Wide Excision And Axillary Sample India offers information on Breast -Wide Excision And Axillary Sample in India, Breast -Wide Excision And Axillary Sample cost India, Breast -Wide Excision And Axillary Sample hospital in India, D... Read >
Author: We Care Health Services

When You Need Ovarian Cyst Removal and the Type of Surgical Procedure to Remove Ovarian Cysts

20th April 2010
Most ovarian cysts are not life threatening and they usually disappear after several months. However, there are some cysts that continuously grow overtime and may require an ovarian cyst removal. In such cases, the cyst could result to different symptoms ... Read >
Author: Alicia McWilliams
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