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step by step test 2

step by step test 2 ch 2

Brackets [ ] encloses synonyms, alternative words, or explanatory phrases
NOS equals unspecified
: incomplete term that needs one of the modifers to make a code assignable
subterms located under the main terms and indented to the right
italics typeface used for all exclusion notes and codes that are never listed first
excludes indicates terms that are to be coded elsewhere
includes appears under the 3 digit code title to further define or explain category content
} encloses a series of terms that are modified by the statement to the right
NEC information is not available to code to a more specific category
() encloses supplementary words and does not affect the code
slanted [] used in vol 2 to enclose the disease codes that are recorded with the cod they are listed with
bold type typeface used for all codes and titles in vol 1
e codes are located in vol 2 section 3
synchronous means occurring at the same time
see category directs coder to vol 1 for important information
modifers terms in parentheses that are nonessential
see explicit direction to look elsewhere
notes follows terms to define and give insturctions
subterms indented under main term and are essential to code selection
see also directs coder look under another term since all information is not under the first term
eponym disease/syndrome named for a person
vol 3 is primarily used by which of the following hospitals
vol 3 is used to code what type of procedures surgical, therapeutic, diagnostic
the location of the Includes and Excludes notes has othing bearing on the code selection false
use of 4 and 5th digits, if available is mandatory true
appendix d classification of industrial accidents according to agency was deleted october 2004 false
4 digit codes are referred to as subcategory code in vol 1 true
in vol 2 alph index when the main term is modified by term listed in parentheses following the main term, these modifers are considered essential for code selection false
list category, subcategory or subclassification 1. 066.1 2. 070.43 3. 220 4.274.11 1. subcat 2. subclass 3. cat 4. subclass
diagnosis codes have how many numbers and procedures have how many diagnosis xxx.x procedure xx.x
underline the main term: 1. grief reaction 2. fracture radius and ulna 3. bowel obstruction 4. erb palsy 5. supervision of high risk preg 6. aortic stenosis 7. rapid respiration 1. reaction 2. fracture 3. obstuction 4. palsy 5. preg 6. stenosis 7. rapid
which vol of the icd 9 contains the alph index to disease VOL 2
VOL 3 OF THE ICD 9 CM IS USED primarily by which type of facility hosptials
which convention is used to indicate the manifestation of the underlying condition slanted brackets (always code second)
which term is not a type of cross reference SEE; SEE ALSO, SEE INDEX see index
what type of code has 4 digits category; subcategory; subclassification subcategory code
the icd 9 manual includes symboles, addreviations, punctuationk, and notations called coventions
codes that are ? cannot be assigned as the principal diagnosis italics
the cause of a disease is also known as the etilogy
a(n) ? is a new tumor growth that can be benign or malignant neoplasma
? codes are used to classify persons who are not currently sick when they encounter health services V
glossay of mental disorders deleted in 2oo5 was appendix/ b
classification of drugs - appendix C
morphology of neoplasm - appendix A
classification of industrial accidents - appendix D
cancerous tumor in its original place carcinoma in situa
used to classify external causes e codes
causes of the disease etiology
sign of a disease manifestation
condition of being diseased morbidity
to identify the reason for encounter primary diagnosis (outpatient)
to identify the reason for admission principal diagnosis (inpatient)
condition responsible for a manifestation underlying disease
tabular list disease vol 1
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