I assume you are using 50 to indicate a bilateral procedure was performed. However most insurance companies want the procedure on two line items and specifiy RT or LT. So it would look like this 64612-RT and 64612-LT. Try that and let me know if it works for you. Remember that most bilateral procedures insurance companies want to see 2 line items vs. just 64612-50.
Hope that helps you
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