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4161: Stone Analysis Print View
Specimen Source      
Nidus IR (FTIR)     
Component 1 IR (FTIR)     
Component 2 IR (FTIR)     
Stone Weight GRAVMET    g 

PRIMARY
1 Stone(s)   Frozen - 12 Month(s)/Room Temperature - 12 Month(s)/Refrigerated - 12 Month(s) See COLLECTION INSTRUCTIONS./// 
ALTERNATE
  Filtered Material   Frozen - 12 Month(s)/Refrigerated - 12 Month(s)/Room Temperature - 12 Month(s)  
  Dry Kidney Stone   Frozen - 12 Month(s)/Room Temperature - 12 Month(s)/Refrigerated - 12 Month(s)  

Stone Analysis is used in determining the etiology of stones. The results are often useful in determining the cause and treatment.

Dry stone in sterile screw cap container.
Stones originating from sources not related to the kidney should be
air-dried, then placed in a plastic tube or a urine collection cup.
Do not use tape. Minute specimens may be placed in a gelatin capsule.
Ship ambient.
Note: Primary stone containers will be stored for 21 days only.
Setup Schedule
Sunday-Saturday

Reported (Analytical Time)
Next day

CPT Code
82365

The CPT codes provided are based on AMA guidelines and are for informational purposes only. CPT coding is the sole responsibility of the billing party. Please direct any questions regarding coding to the payer being billed.

Notes
Specimen Requirements: Preferred: Dry stone(s) collected in a sterile screw cap container Acceptable: Filtered material, dry stone (gall bladder, urinary bladder, salivary, prostate), submitted in a sterile, plastic, leak-proof, screw-capped container Transport Temperature: Room temperature






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