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Lumbar Aortogram

13. abdominal aortogram, ap projection - suny downstate

13. abdominal aortogram, ap projection. for this study the catheter was introduced into the right femoral artery, and its tip was advanced into the proximal abdominal[...]

Abdominal aortogram and bilateral leg arteriogram

Abdominal aortogram and bilateral leg arteriogram. what is an abdominal aortogram and bilateral leg arteriogram? this procedure finds areas in your blood vessels[...]

Coding ir example-aortogram and bilateral lower extremity

Procedure: after informed consent, the patient was brought, prepped and draped in the usual fashion. under sterile conditions and local anesthesia[...]

Cpt and icd medical coding guide: learn how to code

Small bowel follow through cpt code in radiology, we have few codes which are little tricky to understand. here, we are discussing about upper gi codes which are[...]

Course description - national center for competency

1 course description this course consists of a listing of new, deleted, and revised 2012 cpt codes. this information is of value to all current medical[...]

1. diagnostic radiology - health - province of british

1. diagnostic radiology . these listings cannot be correctly interpreted without reference to the preamble (applicable in full for certified radiologists).[...]

New Year’s Diet Resolution Tips

For many people, the coming New Year will involve resolutions to get on a diet and lose weight. While slimming down is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions, it is often easier said than done. Making the switch from the calorie and fat laden temptations that lure us during the six week long [...]

Laser Eye Surgery – A Risk Analysis For My Daughter

My daughter has worn glasses since being 8 years old. She switched to contact lenses at 16. She is 21 now and told me yesterday that she is considering using her savings from her part-time job to get laser eye surgery. Now I wear glasses and can see that they are inconvenient at times. I [...]

Was Your Ovarian Cancer Misdiagnosed?

Two Percent of All Female Newborns in the United States Are at Risk of Getting Ovarian Cancer. As many as 30,000 U.S. women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year. In 2006, between 15,000 and 16,000 women are likely to die from this silent killer. Ovarian cancer is the 5th leading cause of death [...]

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