And when I code 20610 bilaterally I use RT, LT but it all depends on how the payer wants it billed. Some ins companies may want 20610, 20610-50 or just 20610-50, or 20610-RT, 20610-LT. Where I am RT, LT works for me.
go to pg 13, that tells what the status indicators mean for bilateral (50)
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