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Bush Illuminated Ureteral Catheters

  1. Question Bush Illuminated Ureteral Catheters
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    What CPT code do I use for placement of Bush Illuminated ureteral catheters, done bilaterally? Our urologist placed these catheters because the patient was having aortic aneurysm repair done by a vascular surgeon. I have never coded illuminated ureteral catheters placement before. I was looking at 52332 or 52005, but I'm not sure. Help!!

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    Are the catheters being removed at the end of the service? Use 52005 if so.

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