Below is a list summarizing the CPT codes for introduction procedures on the bladder.
CPT Code 51600
CPT 51600 describes an injection procedure for cystography or voiding urethrocystography.
CPT Code 51605
CPT 51605 describes an injection procedure and placement of a chain for contrast and/or chain urethrocystography.
CPT Code 51610
CPT 51610 describes the injection procedure for retrograde urethrocystography.
CPT Code 51700
CPT 51700 describes simple bladder irrigation, lavage, and/or instillation.
CPT Code 51701
CPT 51701 describes inserting a non-indwelling bladder catheter, such as straight catheterization for residual urine.
CPT Code 51702
CPT 51702 describes the simple insertion of a temporary indwelling bladder catheter, such as a Foley catheter.
CPT Code 51703
CPT 51703 describes the insertion of a temporary indwelling bladder catheter in cases of complicated altered anatomy or a fractured catheter/balloon.
CPT Code 51705
CPT 51705 describes the change of a simple cystostomy tube.
CPT Code 51710
CPT 51710 describes a complicated change of cystostomy tube.
CPT Code 51715
CPT 51715 describes the endoscopic injection of implant material into the submucosal tissues of the urethra and/or bladder neck.
CPT Code 51720
CPT 51720 describes the bladder instillation of an anticarcinogenic agent, including retention time.