(2022) CPT Code 93971 Description, Guidelines, Reimbursement, Modifiers & Examples

(2022) CPT Code 93971 Description, Guidelines, Reimbursement, Modifiers & Examples

CPT code 93970 refers to a “complete bilateral study.” Following CPT code 93971, “unilateral or limited study” means only that. Both 93970 and 93971 can be used for bilateral research; 93970 for complete research and 93971 for limited.  CPT Code 93971 Description Duplex scanning arteries to measure blood flow is a noninvasive vascular diagnostic method….

CPT Code 93970 Description, Modifiers, Reimbursement & Examples

CPT Code 93970 Description, Modifiers, Reimbursement & Examples

CPT code 93970 illustrates the duplex scan of extremity veins, including responses to compression and other manoeuvres, complete bilateral study. The CPT code 93970, as preserved and described by American Medical Association (AMA), is a medical diagnostic, procedural code for non-invasive extremity venous studies. Duplex scanning to evaluate blood flow is a non-invasive diagnostic technique….

93880 CPT Code (2022) – Description, Guidelines, Reimbursement, Modifiers & Examples

93880 CPT Code (2022) – Description, Guidelines, Reimbursement, Modifiers & Examples

The 93880 CPT code narrates the duplex scan of extracranial arteries and defines it as a complete bilateral study. CPT code 93880 is used to evaluate blood flow is a non-invasive vascular diagnostic study. The provider can selectively visualize blood flow patterns in arteries using real-time ultrasound imaging. Ultrasound of high-frequency sound waves produces real-time…

(2022) CPT 93922 – CPT 93931 Descriptions & Guidelines (Non-Invasive Extremity Arterial Studies)

(2022) CPT 93922 – CPT 93931 Descriptions & Guidelines (Non-Invasive Extremity Arterial Studies)

Non invastive extremity arterial studies can be reported with CPT 93922, CPT 93923, CPT 93923, CPT 93924, CPT 93925, CPT 93926, CPT 93930 & CPT 93931. The coding guidelines can be found below followed by the descriptions of the CPT codes. Reimbursement will be explained at the end of the article. Coding Guidelines The Ankle-Brachial…