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CPT Changes - Deleted CPT Codes'2022

 CPT Code CPT Description

0191T Insertion of anterior segment aqueous drainage device, without extraocular reservoir, internal approach, into the trabecular meshwork; initial insertion

01935 Anesthesia for percutaneous image guided procedures on the spine and spinal cord; diagnostic

01936 Anesthesia for percutaneous image guided procedures on the spine and spinal cord; therapeutic

0208U Oncology (medullary thyroid carcinoma), mRNA, gene expression analysis of 108 genes, utilizing fine needle aspirate, algorithm reported as positive or negative for medullary thyroid carcinoma

0290T Corneal incisions in the recipient cornea created using a laser, in preparation for penetrating or lamellar keratoplasty (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure)

0355T Gastrointestinal tract imaging, intraluminal (eg, capsule endoscopy), colon, with interpretation and report

0356T Insertion of drug-eluting implant (including punctal dilation and implant removal when performed) into lacrimal canaliculus, each

0376T Insertion of anterior segment aqueous drainage device, without extraocular reservoir, internal approach, into the trabecular meshwork; each additional device insertion (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure)

0423T Secretory type II phospholipase A2 (sPLA2-IIA)

0451T Insertion or replacement of a permanently implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system, endovascular approach, and programming of sensing and therapeutic parameters; complete system (counterpulsation device, vascular graft, implantable vascular hemostatic seal, mechano-electrical skin interface and subcutaneous electrodes)

0452T Insertion or replacement of a permanently implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system, endovascular approach, and programming of sensing and therapeutic parameters; aortic counterpulsation device and vascular hemostatic seal

0453T Insertion or replacement of a permanently implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system, endovascular approach, and programming of sensing and therapeutic parameters; mechano-electrical skin interface

0454T Insertion or replacement of a permanently implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system, endovascular approach, and programming of sensing and therapeutic parameters; subcutaneous electrode

0455T Removal of permanently implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system; complete system (aortic counterpulsation device, vascular hemostatic seal, mechano-electrical skin interface and electrodes)

0456T Removal of permanently implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system; aortic counterpulsation device and vascular hemostatic seal

0457T Removal of permanently implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system; mechano-electrical skin interface

0458T Removal of permanently implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system; subcutaneous electrode

0459T Relocation of skin pocket with replacement of implanted aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist device, mechano-electrical skin interface and electrodes

0460T Repositioning of previously implanted aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist device; subcutaneous electrode

0461T Repositioning of previously implanted aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist device; aortic counterpulsation device

0462T Programming device evaluation (in person) with iterative adjustment of the implantable mechano-electrical skin interface and/or external driver to test the function of the device and select optimal permanent programmed values with analysis, including review and report, implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system, per day

0463T Interrogation device evaluation (in person) with analysis, review and report, includes connection, recording and disconnection per patient encounter, implantable aortic counterpulsation ventricular assist system, per day

0466T Insertion of chest wall respiratory sensor electrode or electrode array, including connection to pulse generator (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure)

0467T Revision or replacement of chest wall respiratory sensor electrode or electrode array, including connection to existing pulse generator

0468T Removal of chest wall respiratory sensor electrode or electrode array

0548T Transperineal periurethral balloon continence device; bilateral placement, including cystoscopy and fluoroscopy

0549T Transperineal periurethral balloon continence device; unilateral placement, including cystoscopy and fluoroscopy

0550T Transperineal periurethral balloon continence device; removal, each balloon

0551T Transperineal periurethral balloon continence device; adjustment of balloon(s) fluid volume

21310 Closed treatment of nasal bone fracture without manipulation

33470 Valvotomy, pulmonary valve, closed heart; transventricular

33722 Closure of aortico-left ventricular tunnel

43850 Revision of gastroduodenal anastomosis (gastroduodenostomy) with reconstruction; without vagotomy

43855 Revision of gastroduodenal anastomosis (gastroduodenostomy) with reconstruction; with vagotomy

59135 Surgical treatment of ectopic pregnancy; interstitial, uterine pregnancy requiring total hysterectomy

63194 Laminectomy with cordotomy, with section of 1 spinothalamic tract, 1 stage; cervical

63195 Laminectomy with cordotomy, with section of 1 spinothalamic tract, 1 stage; thoracic

63196 Laminectomy with cordotomy, with section of both spinothalamic tracts, 1 stage; cervical

63198 Laminectomy with cordotomy with section of both spinothalamic tracts, 2 stages within 14 days; cervical

63199 Laminectomy with cordotomy with section of both spinothalamic tracts, 2 stages within 14 days; thoracic

69715 Implantation, osseointegrated implant, temporal bone, with percutaneous attachment to external speech processor/cochlear stimulator; with mastoidectomy

69718 Replacement (including removal of existing device), osseointegrated implant, temporal bone, with percutaneous attachment to external speech processor/cochlear stimulator; with mastoidectomy

72275 Epidurography, radiological supervision and interpretation

76101 Radiologic examination, complex motion (ie, hypercycloidal) body section (eg, mastoid polytomography), other than with urography; unilateral

76102 Radiologic examination, complex motion (ie, hypercycloidal) body section (eg, mastoid polytomography), other than with urography; bilateral

80500 Clinical pathology consultation; limited, without review of patient's history and medical records

80502 comprehensive, for a complex diagnostic problem, with review of patient’s history and medical records

92559 Audiometric testing of groups

92560 Bekesy audiometry; screening

92561 Bekesy audiometry; diagnostic

92564 Short increment sensitivity index (SISI)

93530 Right heart catheterization, for congenital cardiac anomalies

93531 Combined right heart catheterization and retrograde left heart catheterization, for congenital cardiac anomalies

93532 Combined right heart catheterization and transseptal left heart catheterization through intact septum with or without retrograde left heart catheterization, for congenital cardiac anomalies

93533 Combined right heart catheterization and transseptal left heart catheterization through existing septal opening, with or without retrograde left heart catheterization, for congenital cardiac anomalies

93561 Indicator dilution studies such as dye or thermodilution, including arterial and/or venous catheterization; with cardiac output measurement (separate procedure)

93562 Indicator dilution studies such as dye or thermodilution, including arterial and/or venous catheterization; subsequent measurement of cardiac output

95943 Simultaneous, independent, quantitative measures of both parasympathetic function and sympathetic function, based on time-frequency analysis of heart rate variability concurrent with time-frequency analysis of continuous respiratory activity, with mean heart rate and blood pressure measures, during rest, paced (deep) breathing, Valsalva maneuvers, and head-up postural change


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