- 1 Can 52352 and 52353 be billed together?
- 2 What is procedure code 52356?
- 3 Can CPT 52332 and 52005 be billed together?
- 4 Can CPT codes 52356 and 52005 be billed together?
- 5 What does CPT code 52000 mean?
- 6 What is procedure code 52332?
- 7 Can CPT 52356 be billed bilaterally?
- 8 Is fluoroscopy included in 52356?
- 9 What is the difference between cystoscopy and ureteroscopy?
- 10 Can CPT code 52332 and 52351 be billed together?
- 11 Does CPT 51702 need a modifier?
- 12 Does CPT code 52332 need a modifier?
- 13 What is the CPT code 52204?
- 14 Does CPT code 52000 need a modifier?
- 15 What is the CPT code for Cystogram?
Can 52352 and 52353 be billed together?
Our office follows AUA coding guidelines. Per their recommendation, you can bill a 52353 and a 52352 on the same side, if done in separate structures to separate stones.
What is procedure code 52356?
Code 52356 (cystourethroscopy, with ureteroscopy and/or pyeloscopy; with lithotripsy including insertion of indwelling ureteral stent [eg, Gibbons or double-J type]) includes the performance of lithotripsy and the insertion of the indwelling stent on the same side.
Can CPT 52332 and 52005 be billed together?
52332 includes 52005. Can be unbundled for example if done on different sides.
Can CPT codes 52356 and 52005 be billed together?
Note: CPT ® Code 52005 should be billed based upon the procedure performed and documentation of the procedure, but should not be billed if included into other procedures. Do not report CPT ® code 52005 during diagnostic or therapeutic cystourethroscopy with ureteroscopy and/or pyeloscopy as it is included in CPT ® codes
What does CPT code 52000 mean?
CPT ® 52000 in section: Endoscopy-Cystoscopy, Urethroscopy, Cystourethroscopy Procedures on the Bladder.
What is procedure code 52332?
Cystourethroscopy with Insertion of Indwelling Ureteral Stent ( CPT Code 52332 ): Documenting Urinalysis to Support Medical Necessity.
Can CPT 52356 be billed bilaterally?
For example, if a patient is found on imaging to have a stone in both the left and right ureter, a CPT 52356 – Cystourethroscopy, with ureteroscopy and/or pyeloscopy; with lithotripsy including insertion of indwelling ureteral stent may be performed and reimbursed when being performed bilaterally.
Is fluoroscopy included in 52356?
Cystourethroscopy and transurethral procedures include fluoroscopy when performed. CPT codes describing fluoroscopy or fluoroscopic guidance (e.g. 76000, 77002) should not be reported separately with a cystourethroscopy or transurethral procedure CPT code.
What is the difference between cystoscopy and ureteroscopy?
Points to Remember. Cystoscopy and ureteroscopy are procedures used to view the inside of the bladder, urethra, and possibly the ureters. A cystoscope is an instrument used to examine the urethra and bladder. A ureteroscope is an instrument used to examine the ureters.
Can CPT code 52332 and 52351 be billed together?
Insertion of an indwelling stent ( 52332 ) should always be charged in addition to a ureteroscopy ( 52351 -52354) by adding the 59 modifier. The retrograde (52005) is a little trickier. If this is a diagnostic retrograde, then it should be charged in addition to the other two codes.
Does CPT 51702 need a modifier?
Second, do you need a modifier to report 51702 in the hospital? No, the correct place of service is all you need to communicate to the payer that the hospital is charging a “facility fee” in addition to your charge for the procedure.
Does CPT code 52332 need a modifier?
It is appropriate to bill the CPT ® code 52332 with modifier -50 Bilateral Procedure, to indicate the procedure was done bilaterally.
What is the CPT code 52204?
CPT ® Code 52204 in section: Urethra and Bladder Transurethral Surgical Procedures.
Does CPT code 52000 need a modifier?
Both CPT and Medicare rules agree that 52000 (cystourethroscopy [separate procedure]) cannot take modifier -50 because it cannot be performed bilaterally.
What is the CPT code for Cystogram?
51600 injection procedure for cystography or voiding urethrocystography. CPT 51600 is a starred procedure which means services include only the surgical procedure.