CPT® 50432, Under Other Renal Introduction (Injection/Change/Removal) Procedures

The Current Procedural Terminology (CPT®) code 50432 as maintained by American Medical Association, is a medical procedural code under the range - Other Renal Introduction (Injection/Change/Removal) Procedures.

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The provider uses ultrasound and/or fluoroscopy (imaging technologies that display live images on a video monitor) to place a catheter through the skin (percutaneously) into the renal pelvis to divert urine due to blockage within the renal pelvis or ureters. He may also inject contrast material to image the internal structures of the kidney (nephrostogram) and ureter (ureterogram). The procedure includes radiological supervision and interpretation.

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