CPT Code 52000 – Endoscopy-Cystoscopy, Urethroscopy, Cystourethroscopy Procedures on the Bladder – AAPC Coder.Click to see full answer. Besides, 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. Other cystourethroscopy codes that neither Medicare nor CPT allows to be billed with modifier -50 include 52010, 52204-52285 and 52305-52318.Additionally, can 52332 and 52005 be billed together? According to the Correct Coding Initiative (CCI), 52005 (cystourethroscopy, with ureteral catheterization, with or without irrigation, instillation, or ureteropyelography, exclusive of radiologic service) and 52332 (cystourethroscopy, with insertion of indwelling ureteral stent [e.g., Gibbons or double-J type]) are Besides, how much does a cystoscopy cost? Cost. Typically, cystoscopy can cost anywhere from $350 to $3,000 out of pocket, but the total cost depends on the location of the procedure done, if you have health insurance or not and, if you do, what your plan covers. Much of the cost also depends on where the procedure is done.What is the CPT code for urodynamics?CPT code 51797 is an addon code and can only be billed in conjunction with CPT code 51728 or 51729.