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Essential coding resources
Correct reporting and billing of medical procedures and
services begins with
CPT® 2013 Professional Edition.
The AMA
publishes the only CPT® codebook with the official CPT code
guidelines developed by the CPT Editorial Panel.
New! Educational article on the evolution of molecular
pathology
delivers a concise explanation behind the rapid
expansion occurring in the molecular pathology subsection
of Pathology and Laboratory so you can better apply the
codes and descriptions within this growing subsection
Improved! A revised, enhanced and expanded index
aids you in locating codes related to a specific procedure,
service, anatomic site, condition, synonym, eponym or
abbreviation. An expansion of the pathology and laboratory
index entries now include analytes and the elimination of
redundancy throughout the rest of the index results in an
index that is clearer and quicker to search.
More than 4,600 new citations
completes a 12-month
initiative to ensure that citations for past editions of
CPT®
Changes, CPT® Assistant,
and
Clinical Examples in Radiology
are comprehensive. Citations give you immediate
information to popular AMA resources that can enhance
your understanding of the CPT code set
More! Anatomical and procedural illustrations
help
improve coding accuracy and understanding of the anatomy
and procedures being discussed. New illustrations provide
more information for those coding from the Cardiovascular
System subsection of Surgery.
New! Appendix of multianalyte assays with algorithmic
analyses
provides an administrative code set of single-
sourced (laboratory and manufacturer) tests
Customer favorite! CPT®
2013
E/M Express Reference
Tables Pocket Guide
*
summarizes the requirements for
reporting E/M services and helps the user select and
validate proper E/M coding
Coding tips throughout each section
improve your
understanding of the nuances of the code set
Section-specific table of contents
provides users with a
tool to navigate more effectively through each section’s codes
Summary of additions, deletions and revisions
provides
a quick reference to 2013 changes without having to refer to
previous editions
Multiple appendixes
offer quick reference to additional
information and resources that cover such topics as modifiers,
clinical examples, add-on codes and vascular families
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33621—33681
Surgery /CardiovascularSystem 
CPT2013
188
Moderatesedation 
Add-oncode 
~
FDAapprovalpending 
#
Resequencedcode 
Recycled/reinstatedcode 
£
£
Seepxiii fordetails
Cardiovascular
HybridReconstruction
33622
Homograft
Hybrid PalliationStage II,Reconstruction
(
Donot reportmodifier 63 in conjunctionwith33647)
(
For repairof tricuspid atresia (eg, Fontan,Gago 
procedures), use 33615)
33660
Repair of incompleteor partial atrioventricular canal 
(
ostium primum atrial septal defect),with orwithout 
atrioventricular valve repair
33665
Repair of intermediate or transitionalatrioventricular 
canal,with orwithout atrioventricular valve repair
33670
Repair of complete atrioventricular canal,with orwithout 
prosthetic valve
(
Do not reportmodifier 63 in conjunctionwith33670)
33675
Closure ofmultiple ventricular septal defects; 
£
CPTAssistantMar 07:1;CPTChanges:An Insider'sView2007
33676
with pulmonary valvotomyor infundibular resection 
(
acyanotic)
£
CPTAssistantMar 07:1;CPTChanges:An Insider'sView 
2007
33677
with removalof pulmonary arteryband,withor 
withoutgusset
£
CPTAssistantMar 07:1;CPTChanges:An Insider'sView 
2007
c
(
Do not report 33675-33677 in conjunctionwith32100, 
32551, 32554, 32555, 33210, 33681, 33684,33688)
b
(
For percutaneous closure, use 93581)
33681
Closure of single ventricular septal defect,withor 
without patch; 
£
CPTAssistantMar 07:1;CPTChanges:An Insider'sView2007
33621
Transthoracic insertion of catheter for stent placement 
with catheter removaland closure (eg, hybrid approach 
stage 1)
£
CPTAssistantApr 11:3;CPTChanges:An Insider'sView 2011
(
For placement of stent, use 37207)
(
Report both 33620,33621 if performed in same session)
InitialHybridPalliation
33621
InitialHybrid Palliation,Stage I
Stenting of
ductusarteriosus
Pulmonary artery
banding
33622
Reconstructionof complex cardiacanomaly (eg, single 
ventricle or hypoplastic leftheart)withpalliation of 
single ventriclewithaortic outflow obstruction andaortic 
arch hypoplasia, creation of cavopulmonary anastomosis, 
and removal of rightand leftpulmonary bands (eg,hybrid 
approach stage2,Norwood, bidirectionalGlenn, 
pulmonary artery debanding)
£
CPTAssistantApr 11:3,May 12:14;CPTChanges:An Insider's
View 2011
(
Do not report 33622 in conjunctionwith 33619, 33767, 
33822, 33840, 33845, 33851,33853,33917)
(
For bilateral, bidirectionalGlenn procedure, use 33622 in 
conjunctionwith 33768)
Septal Defect
33641
Repair atrial septal defect, secundum,with 
cardiopulmonary bypass,with orwithout patch
£
CPTAssistantMar 07:1,Dec 10:12
33645
Direct or patch closure, sinus venosus,withorwithout 
anomalouspulmonary venous drainage
(
Donot report 33645 in conjunctionwith 33724, 33726)
33647
Repair of atrial septal defectand ventricular septal 
defect,with direct or patch closure
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