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lumbar sympathetic block (left) CPT code?
Codes 64479-64484 have a bilateral surgery indicator of "1" and they are considered as unilateral procedures and most of the insurers will pay 150 percent for a bilateral block from this code family. [ Include modifier LT (Left side) or RT (Right side) when reporting a unilateral block with 64479-64484, so that the payer fully understands the procedure. ]
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Weegy: Codes 64479-64484 have a bilateral surgery indicator of "1" and they are considered as unilateral procedures and most of the insurers will pay 150 percent for a bilateral block from this code family. [ Include modifier LT (Left side) or RT (Right side) when reporting a unilateral block with 64479-64484, so that the payer fully understands the procedure. ]
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