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billing ICD9 ch 9

ICD9 ch 9

which volume in the ICD9 is structrued numericaly according to body systems and there are no language description volume 1
regarding what exceptions there are for the ICD9 being organized differently so that the main term does not identify conditions obstetrics conditions, complications of medical & surgical conditions, and late effects
what problems are coded according to the site of injury sprains,strains fractures and dislocations
what erms indicate malignancy CA, cancer, carcinoma, sarcoma
which volume in the ICD9 are used for coding diagnosis & procedures performed in a a hospital volume 3
what factors are needed to identifya neoplasm the pathologic status of the growth-benign or malignant, the size of the growth, the cell type
how often is the ICD9 updated yearly
the medical biller should always code to what digit the higest digit possible
which volume in the ICD9 is commonly used 1st volume 2
what are the general guidelines to keep in mind when trying to locate the proper ICD9 code always use both the index listing vol.2 & then vol.1
when a growth is identified as malignant, but is not further identified as primary secondary or CA in situ what would you assume it is you assume it is primary
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