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A keyhole surgery is another type of pancreatic biopsy. This procedure is completed while the patient is under general anesthesia. The surgeon guides a telescope instrument through a cut in the patient's abdominal area and connects the instrument to a video screen. This procedure allows the surgeon to view the pancreas and surrounding organs.What is an endoscopic ultrasound for pancreatic cancer?
Endoscopic Ultrasound Accurately Rules Out Pancreatic Cancer . The diagnosis and staging of pancreatic cancer often involves the use of endoscopic ultrasound (EUS). EUS involves the insertion of a tube (the endoscope) into the stomach. An ultrasound machine attached to the endoscope sends sound waves to the pancreas.What is an EUS biopsy?
EUS can be used to obtain a needle biopsy of the pancreas or to sample fluid in a pancreatic cyst. This is done by passing a very thin needle from the endoscope into the pancreas under continuous ultrasound monitoring. This technique is called EUS-fine needle aspiration (EUS-FNA) and does not hurt.What is the CPT code for pancreatic biopsy?
CPT code for pancreas and pancreatic duct biopsy. 48102 Percutaneous needle core biopsy of pancreas/pancreatic duct. 48100 Open or incisional biopsy of pancreas. If fine needle aspiration is also done during biopsy procedure than codes 10021 or 10022 should also be used in addition to the biopsy codes.