If an operation doesn’t work – is insurance likely to pay for another?

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I recently had a procedure with an interventional radiologist for bilateral embolization.

He did one side, but not the other “due to a complication getting in”.

I’m not sure (yet) whether the treated side worked; if it didn’t, or I decided to get the other side treated (there’s an alternative route to it) would insurance be likely to cover it?

I don’t think it’s a super expensive operation and they were pretty quick and easy to approve the first one, but wanted to get your input before approaching a different radiologist and spending time on it.

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I recently had a procedure with an interventional radiologist for bilateral embolization. He did one side, but not the other “due to a complication getting in”. I’m not sure (yet) whether the treated side worked; if it didn’t, or I decided to get the other side treated (there’s an alternative route to it) would insurance be likely to cover it? I don’t think it’s a super expensive operation and they were pretty quick and easy to approve the first one, but wanted to get your input before approaching a different radiologist and spending time on it.
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