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Fluoroscopy of Bilateral Pelvic (Iliac) Veins using High Osmolar Contrast B51H0ZZ

ICD-10-PCS code B51H0ZZ for Fluoroscopy of Bilateral Pelvic (Iliac) Veins using High Osmolar Contrast is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range -Veins.

Code Descriptor
Fluoroscopy of Bilateral Pelvic (Iliac) Veins using High Osmolar Contrast
Character Definition
Chapter Specific Coding Guideline
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PCS→ICD-9 Vol3
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