Sinogram with Alcohol Sclerotherapy

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Would codes 49424, 20500, and 76080 be supported for this procedure? "Contrast was instilled into the patient's indwelling right groin catheter/fluid collection under direct fluoroscopic guidance. Overall, the fluid pocket appeared similar in size compared to previous exam with no external communication. Contrast was aspirated and replaced with ethanol solution. Patient was repositioned into right and left decub positions. Alcohol was left in place for 30 minutes and then removed. Impression: Stable appearing fluid collection in the right groin with successful alcohol sclerotherapy of patient's lymphocele."

Question ID: 6006
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