I don't have a CPT book handy, so I don't know the code desciption, but that will affect how you bill. But, for unilateral procedures done bilaterally, you would either bill one line with the 50 or two lines with RT & LT. You should check the physician fee schedule look-up on the CMS website to be sure the 50 is valid with the code before billing. I would also suggest checking with your carrier. Different carriers have different preferences.
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