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    How would you code this? Bilateral tube removal. 2) Bilateral tube insertion. This is for the ears.

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    CPT 69436-50, you bill for the insertion only, you cannot bill for the removal, it's bundles with the reinsertion of the new tubes.

    jennifer
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