AMA CPT® Assistant - 1992 Issue 3 (March)

Cataract Extraction (Fall 1992)

Fall 1992 pages 4-9 Case-by-Case Cataract Extraction This study deals with a true clinical situation. Coding observations, questions and comments occur chronologically In June, 1991, a 67-year-old woman moved to a new region of the country Over the preceding 18 months, she had noticed increasing difficulty with glare when driving at night. The situation became intolerable once she was faced with driving in a new area. She sought the advice of an ophthalmologist. She noted that her change in vision had not been associated with pain, nor had there been any flashes or floaters. Her previous ophthalmologic history was...

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