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Clinical Examples for 99202


Initial office visit for a 13-years-old patient with come do papular acne of the face unresponsive to over-the-counter medications. (Family medicine)

Initial office visit for a patient with a clinically benign lesion or nodule of the lower leg that has been present for many years. (Dermatology)

Initial office visit for a patient with a circumscribed patch of dermatitis of the leg. (Dermatology)

Initial office visit for a patient with papulosquamous eruption of elbows. (Dermatology)

Initial office visit for a 9-years-old patient with erythematous grouped, vesicular eruption of the lip of three days duration duration. (Pediatrics)

Initial office visit for an 18-years-old male referred by an orthodontist for advice regarding removal of four wisdom teeth. (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery)

Initial office visit for a 14-years-old male, who was referred by his orthodontist, for advice on the exposure of impacted maxillary cuspids. (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery)

Initial office visit for a patient presenting with itching patches on-the wrists and ankles. (Dermatology)

Initial office visit for a 30-years-old male for evaluation and discussion of treatment of rhinophyma. (Plastic Surgery)

Initial office visit for a 16-years-old male with severe cystic acne, new patient. (Dermatology)

Initial office evaluation for gradual hearing loss, 58-years-old male, history and physical examination, with interpretation of complete audiogram, air bone, etc. (Otolaryngology)

Initial evaluation and management of recurrent urinary infection in female. (Internal Medicine)

Initial office visit with a 10-years-old girl with history of chronic otitis media and a draining ear. (Pediatrics)

Initial office visit for a 10-years-old female with acute maxillary sinusitis. (Family Medicine)

Initial office visit for a patient with recurring episodes of herpes simplex who has developed a clustering of vesicles of the upper lip. (Internal Medicine)

Initial office visit for a 25-years-old patient male with a single season allergic rhinitis. (Allergy & Immunology) 

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