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A 39 year-old woman is brought to the emergency department by her husband. She is conscious but confused and keeps repeating that her head hurts so much she feels it might “explodeNovember 13, 2019
- he admitting record states the admitting diagnosis as gastroenteritis for this 83-year-old female. She has had multiple episodes of diarrhea for the last 3 days. The patient is now being re-hydrated. The principal diagnosis is:
- A chest X-ray performed in the outpatient setting documents “pulmonary infiltrate” as the diagnosis. How should this case be coded?
- A patient with known chronic hepatitis C is seen as a outpatient for Interferon treatment. The principal diagnosis is:
- A patient is admitted for a laparoscopic repair of a recurrent inguinal hernia. What is the appropriate CPT code:
- A patient presents for an incision and drainage of a pilonidal cyst. The appropriate code is:
- In CPT coding, measure of lesions is identified by:
- In CPT coding, what do you add together if they are the same site and repair type:
|b.||lacerations (open wounds)|
|c.||none of thses answers|
- The proper method ot report the destruction of 17 premalignant lesions is:
|a.||17000 (x) 17|
|b.||17000, 17003 (x) 14, 17004|
|c.||17000, 17003 (x) 16|
- The correct diagnosis and procedure codes for the destruction of a 2 cm common wart on the finger are:
- Identify the code for a fine needle aspiration for a breast lesion without imaging.
- State why it is important to wait for the pathology report before coding an excision.
|a.||Excision codes for skin lesions are divided into benign and malignant codes, based on the diagnosis.|
|b.||The physician’s claim and the pahtologist’s clai need to be submitted together.|
|c.||The size of the specimen is reported on the pathology report|
|d.||The pathology reports if the margins are free, which affects the CPT code.|
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