Fibroscan is a test to measures the amount of thickening or scarring of tissues (fibrosis) in the liver. It is also known as transient electrography. This test assist in aaccurately diagnosing liver tissues abnormalities which helps in determining the stage of the liver disease, assessing the patient’s progress, and predicting treatment responses. Most patients will not show any symptoms. However, some might have fatigue, malaise, or abdominal discomfort on the right upper side. The test can be performed with or without ultrasound.
For Healthcare Providers:
|91200||Liver elastography, mechanically induced shear wave (e.g., vibration), without imaging, with interpretation and report|
|0346T||Ultrasound, elastography (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure)|
|91299||Unlisted diagnostic gastroenterology procedure|