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MBC 20/102 Final

What is the outermost layer of the skin? Epidermis
what is the epithelium? It covers the external surface of the body
What is the deepest layer of the epidermis called? Basal Layer
What is the medical term for a "black cell"? Melanocyte
In which layer of the skin is the sebaceous gland found? Dermis
What is sebum? Oily secretion of the sebaceous glands
What is the specific area of the skin that sends sensory information to the spinal cord called? Dermatone
What are allergens? Food, dust, chemical, drugs and pollen
Why does white hair in older people occur? As a person ages, melanocyes stop producing melanin and the hair appears gray or white.
The constant shedding of dead skin cells is known as? Exfoliation
What do you call the large blisters that occur after a burn? Bullae
Give some examples of nevi? A mole, birthmark, port wine stain
What is the medical term for blacakhead? Comedo
In the phrase decubitus ulcer, what does decubitus mean? Lying down
What is the thickest layer of the skin? Dermis
What does the procedure debridement involve? To create a clean, raw surface that is ready to heal
Autograft Bone taken from the patients own body
Allograft A transplant bone from a cadaver
Xenograft If the replacement heart valve comes from an animal
A _______ is a regular scar, Cicatrix
but a _____ is an abnormally large scar (caused by over production of collagen). keloid
Sweat glands are also known as? Sudoriferous glands
What is adipose tissues? Lipocytes
List examples of shapes offered in Microsoft Word. Line, arrow, box, callout, or banner
Define rotation handles. A symbol with which you can rotate a graphic to any angle; displays above the top center sizing handle
What are drawing objects? Graphic objects such as shapes, diagrams and lines.
What is the default font for Microsoft Word 2013? Calibri
What is the default font size for Microsoft Word? 11
What is the default paragraph alignment for Microsoft Word 2013? Alignment left
Define wordwrap The feature that moves text from the right edge of a paragraph to the beginning of the next line as necessary to fit within the margins
Header A reserved area for text or graphics that displays at the top of each page in a document
Footer The text that displays at the bottom of every page
What are examples of text effects? Shadowed or mirrored text, text glow, 3D effects and colors that make text stand out
How are bullets displayed? Text symbols such as small circles or checkmarks
What is the keyboard shortcut for selecting entire document? Ctrl+ A
What is alignment? The placement of paragraph text relative to the left and right margins
What is interactive media? Computer interaction that responds to your actions; by presenting text, graphics, animation, video, audio or games. Also referred to as rich media
Where are spin boxes located when you want to change the spacing before or after a paragraph? Paragrah group, page layout tab
Is font style considered part of a document or a paragraph layout? Neither
What is the formatting mark that represents a tab? Arrow
Does Microsoft Word default the next line with a "2" if you start with "1"? Yes
What is a floating object with a graphic in Microsoft Word? It can be moved independently of the surrounding text characters
Can you only use the font sizes that are available in the Font Size Down list? No, you can make them smaller or bigger
How many spaces should be after a sentence? One
What does ICD-10-CM stand for? International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Clinical modification
Volume 1 Alphabetic Index
Volume 2 Tabular List
Volume 3 Procedures
NEC Not Elsewhere Classified
NOS Not Otherwise Specified
Do ICD-10 Codes need to be supported by medical documentation? Yes
ICD-10 codes translate the ______ of service provided from verbal and narrative descriptions to nationally accepted reporting standards. Medical necessity
How often are ICD codes updated? One time a year
Define conventions relating to ICD-10 codes. Symbols, abreviations, rotation
What volume is the Table of Drugs located in? Volume 1
What are the columns listed in the Table of Drugs and Chemical sections? Poisoning Accidental (unintentional), External cause
What is the format of ICD-10 codes? Alphaneumeric
How many characters can a ICD-10 code have? Seven
What letter is used as a placeholder in ICD-10 codes? X
Within the World Health Organization, ICD-10 version, does it include a procedure classification? No
What are GEMs file? The crosswalk of ICD-9 to ICD-10
Do improvements to the new ICD-10 system include the expansion of sign and symptoms codes? No, just the diagnosis
How many more times are there ICD-10 codes compared to ICD-9? 5 times more
The prerelease of the ICD-10 codes was released in ______ 06/03
and replaced with the revision in _________. 07/07
How many chapters are there in the ICD-10 coding system? 21
What type of service are listed within the Evocation/ suppression subsection of the path/lab CPT section. Test only
Define culture/sensitivity. Culture are for identification or organisms as well as the identification of sensitivities of the organism to antibiotics
How can a sample of tissue be further divided for studying purposes? Block section
Within the Pathology/Laboratory subsection of the CPT coding system, what name are drugs listed by? Generic
Define Cytopathology. Cellular changes
What section of the CPT manual, would you locate codes to report venipuncture and arterial punctures? Surgery section
Define panels Are grouped according to the usual laboratory work ordered by a physician for the diagnosis of a screening for various diseases or condition
Quantitative Measuring the presence or absence of and the amount of
Qualitative Measuring the presence or absence of
How many levels are there of surgical pathology? Six
Do postmortem codes (88000-88099) represent physician services only? Yes
80500 Clinical pathology consultation; limited, without review of patients history and medical records
80502 Comprehensive, for a complex diagnostic problem with review of patient history and medical records
Are there different codes to report for helicobacter pylori (H.pylori) depending on the source of the specimen? Yes
Do surgical pathology specimen that is not listed in the pathology code descriptions should be assigned a code that most closely reflects the physician's work involved compared to other specimens assigned to that code? Yes
For Therapeutic Drug Assay (80150-80299), what type of test are performed ( Quantitative or Qualitative)? Quantitative
What modifier is used for repeat laboratory tests performed on the same day? -91
Are there specific pathology consultation codes for pathologists? Yes, limited and comprehensive
Can you use modifier -52 with organ or disease-oriented panel codes? No
Would a service that is rarely provided, unusual, variable, or new would always require a special report in determining medical appropriateness of the service? Yes
Are services in pathology/laboratory provided by a physician or by technologists under responsible supervision of a physician? Yes
An interactive psychiatric diagnostic interview examination is typically furnished to ________? Children
What do psychiatric diagnostic interview examinations include? History, mental status, disposition and communication ith family
What word is used to describe the pushing of liquid into the body over a long period of time? Infusion
_______ must always be documented in the patient record and is the major billing factor for reporting codes in the psychiatric subsection. Time
Tomography Procedure that allows viewing of a single plan of the body by blurring out all but that particular level
Tonometry Measurement of pressure or tension
How are outpatient dialysis services usually reported? Monthy
Hemodialysis The routing of blood and its waste products to the outside of the body where it is filtered
Peritoneal Dialysis Involves using the cavity as a filter
What does EMG stand for? Electomyography
DTP Diphtheria, tetanus toxoid, pertussis
DT Diphtheria and tetanus toxoid
DTaP Diphtheria, tetanus and acellular petussis
Td Tetanus diphtheria
IV Intravenous
IM Intramuscular
IT Intrathecal
SC Subcutaneous
OTH Other routes
IHN Inhalant
VAR Various routes
Created by: Lucy2014
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