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Chap 22 basic coding

Late effects

A residual effect that remains after the acute phase of an illness or injury has terminated. Late effect
Code: Scar of the right hand secondary to a laceration sustained 2 years ago. 709.2, 906.1
Code: Dysphasia secondary to old CVA sustained 1 year ago. 438.12
Code: Kyphosis due to poliomyelitis during childhood. 138, 737.41
What is the difference between ICD9 vs 10 in how late effects are categorized. ICD9 has a single chapter for coding late effects while ICD10 has late effects scattered though out the body of text.
What is the difference between ICD9 vs 10 in how the main term is located in the index to diseases and injuries. ICD9- Late effects ICD10- sequela (S)
Difficulty speaking aphasia
difficulty swallowing dysphagia
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