Cpt Code For Isovue

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I am trying to find out if there is a billable code for isovue contrast injections?

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DPOY Says:
Does anyone know of a billable code for Isovue-300?

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code4u123 Says:
Q9967=Isovue 300 is low osmolar contrast material, iodine based; used often for needle localization

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