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    My question is in regards to billing for bilateral tests with views.
    If a rib is done with a left and a right as a one or two view should we bill code 71100 with lt and rt or 71110 despite that it is a three view code?

    If we do a bilateral hip and not a pelvis which CPT is appropriate 73500 rt or lt
    or 73520 despite the face we didn't do the pelvis?

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