|The first step in choosing the correct digestive endoscopic procedure code is to identify the______ of the procedure. ||extent|
|The procedure used to develop a artificial opening through the abdominal wall ||exteriorization|
|Two words that are important factors in coding hernia repair. ||incarcerated/strangulated|
|Endoscopic exam of rectum and sigmoid colon, scope is advanced 6-25 cm. ||proctosigmoidoscopy|
|Endoscopic exam of sigmoid colon which may include descending colon. Scope is advanced 26-60 cm. ||Sigmoidoscopy |
|Inflammation of venous plexuses around anus. Can be inside and outside. ||Hemorrhoids|
|UPP ||Urethral Pressure Profile|
|Xray of vessels after injection of contract material ||angiography|
|Shaving of the lip ||Vermilionectomy|
|Wedge of lip tissue removed and tissue flap placed to repair a defect. ||transverse wedge excision|
|Reconstructive procedure in which a graft is taken from a portion of the lip and the non-defective area above the lp and used to repair area of defect. ||Abbe-Estlander|
|More than 1/4 of ip surface removed, procedure is considered.... ||resection|
|Congenital defect which the muscle and tissue of the lip did not close properly. ||cleft lip|
|Flap of skin under the tongue ||lingual frenum|
|Incison codes of Pharynx, adenoids and tonsils are assigned based on what? ||Location and approach|
|Congenital defect that appears as a gill located on the neck. ||branchial cleft|
|Surgical repair of the pharynx ||Pharyngoplasty|
|Procedure to create an opening for insertion of a long-term feeding tube. ||Pharyngostomy|
|Y shapfed surgical connection which the intestine is detached from its original orgin and reattached to bypass part of the stomach and entire duodenum. ||Roux-en Y (RNY)|
|Two herni types that affect code selection for hernia repair are.... ||strangulated/incarcerated|
|Procedure to decompress renal system by insertig catheter into the kidney while the other end is left open outside to temporarily drain the kidney ||nephrostomy|
|exploration of the inside of the kidney ||nephrotomy|
|Secondary surgical operation for calculus, includes removal of calculus ||nephrolithotomy|
|Patient placed on x-ray table with a water-filled cusion placed under theirback. ||ESWL|
|Tests to measure kidney and ureter flow and pressure ||Manometric studies|
|LRP ||Laprascopic retropubic prostatectomy|
|RAP ||Robotic Assisted Prostatectomy|
|TURP ||transurethral resection of the prostate|
|TUNA ||transurethral needle ablation|
|TUMT ||transurethral microwave heat treatment|
|TUVP ||transurethral vaporization of the prostate|
|HOLEP ||Holmium laser enucleation of prostate|
|Incision into tympanic membrane and reinflation of eustachian tube ||myringotomy|
|insertion of small plastic or metal tube allowing fluid to drain ||tympanostomy|
|What procedure is the examination of the esophagus, stomach, and duodenum ||esophagogastroduodenoscopy |
|________ is a common anal condition ||Abscess|
|The pancreas produces hormones and ________. ||enzymes|
|When a colonoscopy with biopsy and polypectomy in separate sites are performed, the biopsy may require modifier ____. ||-59 |
|The type of treatment used to treat prostate cancer by placing radioactive elements directly into the prostate. ||brachytherapy|
|Term that means "surgical cutting into the seminal vesicles." ||vesiculotomy|
|The term that describes the study of the motion and flow of urine is ||urodynamics |
|Scrotoplasty codes are divided based on whether the procedure was ________. ||simple complicated|
|What category of the Epididymis subheading has only one code? ||Incision |
|Codes within the Urinary subsection, Kidney subheading, are often divided based on this unique factor: ||existence of a stoma |
|Urethral dilatation codes are often divided based on this factor: ||initial or subsequent |
|The removal of the eye that leaves the orbital structures intact. ||enucleation |
|This is the most commonly performed childhood surgery. ||tympanostomy |
|The operating microscope is only used on inner ear procedures. t/f
|A slit lamp is a microscope with a light attached. t/f
|Transparent part of the eye is:
|The ciliary body is located behind the:
|A(n) ________ is a procedure performed for protruding ears.
|The ossicular chain consists of the hammer, stapes, and anvil.
|Deciding on the code to report for a labyrinthotomy is based on whether a ________ was performed.
|This is a cavelike structure that is dominated by two fluid-filled spaces:
|What is the type of procedure performed independently of, and is not immediately related to, another service?
|The divisions of the Radiation Oncology section of the CPT manual are divided into subsections based on what?
|| type of service
|What is the standard measure of energy in radiation treatment?
|What is the modifier used to identify the professional component of a radiologic procedure?
|What are the radioisotopes that attach themselves to red blood cells called?
|What is the name of the high-frequency sound waves in an imaging process that is used to diagnose patient illness?
|What is the standard measure of energy in radiation treatment ||Megaelectron volts MeV|
|How many levels of Surgical Pathology are there?
|What type of drug test measures the presence of a drug in the specimen?
|What type of drug test measures the amount of a drug in the specimen?
|What is the name given to grouped laboratory work that represents those tests commonly done together?
|In what section would you find codes used to report venipunctures and arterial punctures?
|In the Pathology/Laboratory section of the CPT, drugs are listed by their ____________ names.
|Codes in the Pathology/Laboratory section, Evocation/Suppression Testing include which of the following:
|A sample of tissue from a suspect area can be divided into which of the following?
|What name is given to cultures for identification of organisms as well as the identification of sensitivities of the organism to antibiotics?
|What is the name of the subsection within Pathology/Laboratory that deals with the laboratory work done to determine cellular changes?
|If an established patient is given an immunization at an office visit, and the only service provided was the immunization, what type of codes would you use to report the service?
||Only Medicine section immunization/administration codes
|What word is used to describe the pushing of liquid into the body over a long period of time?
|What must always be documented in the patient record and is the major billing factor for the Psychiatric subsection?
|Outpatient dialysis services are billed on what fee basis?
|What is the name of the process that routes the blood including waste products outside the body through filters?
|What is the name of the dialysis that involves using a body cavity as a filter?
|What is the name of the procedure that is performed to check the intraocular pressure of the eye?
|The Cardiovascular subsection contains many diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and services that are primarily divided as to whether the procedures or services are invasive or ______________________.
|What is being measured while the sleep testing is being conducted?
|What does the abbreviation EMG stand for?
|On what basis are the dermatology codes usually used by the dermatologist who sees patients in the office?
|National Codes are not used in which setting?
|What is the term that describeds a surgical opening into the abdomen ||laparotomy|
|What type of endoscopy is always included in a surgical endoscopy and would never be reported separately ||diagnostic|
|When a hernia can be returned to the abdominal cavity, it is said to be____ ||reducible|
|Greatest amount of Male genital system codes are under ___ subheading ||penis|
|The _____ area is located behind the abdominal cavity and during surgical procedures is often accessed by an abdominal incision ||retroperitoneal|
|A _____ calculus involves at least two calyces and the renal pelvis and accounts for about 30% of the stones reported ||staghorn|
|Removal of an accessible stent of kidney when imagine guidance is not indicated is reported using a _____ code ||E/M|
|If an obstruction occurs, the urine will not drain and may results in dilation of the collecting system and enlargement of the renal pelvis, known as____ ||hydronephrosis|
|Skene's glands procedures are reported using codes from which subsection? ||Urinary System|
|Destruction of a lesion is also known as excision t/f ||False|
|Would you expect a pathology report to be available for a lesion that was removed by destruction ||no|
|Removal of a portion of the vulva ||vulvectomy|
|Vulvar area tissue removal that involves the skin and superficial subcutaneous tissues is termed___ ||simple|
|The removal of vulvar area is reported with which two measures? ||extent and size|
|Vulvar area tissue removal that involves skin and deep subcutaneous tissues is termed _____ ||radical|
|This type of vulvectomy involves less than 80% of the vulva ||partial|
|This type of vulvectomy involves more than 80% of the the vulva ||complete|
|How many endocrine glands are included in the endocrine subsection of the CPT manual ||4|
|The _______ Procedure that is the method used to obtain exposure to a lesion of skull, and _______ procedure is what is done to the lesion ||approach, difinitive|
|Most commonly known neuroplasty procedure ||carpal tunnel release|