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Endocrine C18

A Cabner Ch18

A person can live without a spleen True
When a limited lymphadenectomy is performed with a prostatectomy, the lymphadenectomy is considered bundled with the prostatectomy True
Stem cell harvesting is the collection of stem cells from the bone marrow False
The codes in the Eye and Ocular Adnexa subsection are bilateral codes False
The destruction codes in the Ocular Adnexa subsection include one or more sessions True
The __ manufactures most blood cells bone marrow
The spleen is composed of lymph tissue
__ is a malignant disease of the bone marrow in which excessive white blood cells are produced Leukemia
There are __ glands in the endocrine system nine
The perpheral nervous system refers to the nervous structures outside of the central nervous system
During skull-based surgery, if one surgeon performs the approach and a second physician performs the definitive procedure and a third physician performs the closure, what modifier is used No modifier is used
Shunts are devices used to__ relive pressure in the brain caused by fluid build up.
What procedure is often performed with a laminectomy arthrodesis
Neuroplasty is __ the decompression of intact nerves.
Cataract and lens replacement uses __ different approaches three
Strabismus surgery __ corrects the muscle misalignment.
The endocrine subsection of the CPT manual contains codes for __ endocrine glands four
This is the most commonly known neuroplastic procedure carpal tunnel
This bone marrow is taken from a close relative, so there is a genetic similarity allogenic
This bone marrow is collected from the patient and later transplanted or reinfused back into the patient from whom it came autologenic
What word describes a lymphadenectomy in which only the lymph nodes are removed limited
Within the Endocrine System codes the terms subtotal and __ mean something less than the total partial
When coding a craniectomy/craniotomy procedure, it is common to also code __ procedures grafting
In the Surgery of Skull Base, the __ procedure is the method used to obtain esposure of the lesion approach
In the Surgery of Skull Base, the __ prodecure is what is done to the lesion definitive
The initials that indicate a shunting procedure are CSF
Method of identifying a specific area or point in the brain steriotaxis
Removal of a portion of the skull craniectomy
A small opening in the skull Burr hole
An incision of the skull craniotomy
When coding skull base surgery, what are the three types of procedures the coder should report approach proceedure, definitive proceedure, reconstruction/repair proceedure
Name the four glands represented in the Endocrine subsection thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, thymus
Pertaining to between the ribs intracostal
Pertaining to the opposite side contralaterial
Protrusion of an eyeball exopthalmos
A congenital anomaly syndactyly
Symbiosis two organisms living together in close association, either for mutual benefit or not, parasitism is an example of nonbenifical
Symptoms precede an illness prodome
Before meals Ante cibum
Antibodies Protein substance made by leukocytes
Symphysis bones grow together, as in the pelvis
Ultrasonography sound waves and echoes are used to create an image
Metamorphosis change in shape or form
Hypertrophy increase in cell size, increased development
Excessive sugar in the blood hyperglycemia
Retroperitoneal behind the abdomen
example of an ( antigen ) streptococci a substance, usually foreign to the body,that stimulates the production of antibodies (posion,virus,bacterium)
Return of disease symptoms relapse
Dia- complete; through
Abductor muscle carries a limb away from the body
Dyspnea difficulty breathing
Brady slow
Located on the dorsal side of an endocrine gland in the neck parathyroid glands
Recombinant DNA gene from one organism is inserted into another organism
Tachycardia rapid heartbeat faster than 100 beats per minute
Epithelium surface cells that line internal organs and are found in the skin
Percutaneous through the skin
anti- against
ante- before, forward
ana- up; apart; backward; again; anew
bradycardia Usually a pulse less than 60 minutes
con- with, together
contra- against, opposite
bi- two
ad- towards
dys- bad, painful, difficult, abnormal
dia- through, complete
epi- upon, on, above
eu- good, normal
intra- within, into, in
de- lack of, down
inter- between
hypo- deficent, under
hyper- excessive, above
mal- bad
peri- surrounding
poly- after, behind, many, much
per- through
syn- together, with
neo- new
meta- beyond, change
para- abnormal, beside, near
post- after, behind
pregnancy that is out of place: __topic ec
good feeling (well-being): __phoria eu
condition of abnormal formation (of cells): dys ___ plasia
pertaining to within the windpipe: endo___ tracheal
pertaining to below the ribs: infra___ costal
blood condition of less than normal sugar: __glycemia hypo
against infection antisepsis
not breathing apnea
before birth antepartum
condition of no oxygen anoxia
irregularity at birth congenital anomaly
pertaining to opposite side contralaterial
condition of change of shape or form metamorphosis
vague feeling of bodily discomfort malaise
deficiency of all blood cells pancytopenia
separation of wastes from the blood dialysis
spread of a cancerous tumor to a secondary organ or tissue matastasis
eyeballs that bulge outward exophthalmos
loss of movement in muscles paralysis
symptoms that appear before an illness prodome
symptoms lessen remmision
disease or symptoms return relapse
webbed fingers or toes syndactyly
new growth (tumor) neoplasm
retroperitoneal Area behind the sac holding the abdominal organs & viscera
transurethral proformed through the urethra ny means of a cystascope
subcutaneous below the skin
tachypnea fast breathing
unilateral pertaining to one side
pseudocyesis development of signs of pregnancy but without the presence of an embryo
brady- slow
Created by: leemiller