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Chp 17 Basic Coding

Chp. 14 ICD-9-CM Congenital Anomalies (740-759)

A code from what category is used according to the type of infant birth. This code is assigned once to a neborn as a principal diagnosis. V30-V39
This period is defined as before birth through the first 28 days after birth. newborn or perinatal period
A irregularity or abnormality that is present at the time of birth; birth defect. Congenital anomalies
Code: A 40 year old pt with down syndrome 758.0
What type of code would you use for a congenital anomaly that has been corrected? A personal history code identifying the anomaly.
What is the title and code #s for chapter 14 of ICD-9-CM? Congenital Anomalies (740-759)
Code: Livborn male infant born in the hospital with tetralogy of fallot. V30; 745.2
Code: Liveborn male infant transferred for care of thoracic spina bifida with hydrocephalus. 741.02 - no V code b/c pt wasnt born in this hospital.
A defective closure of the vertebral column. It rangs from occult to a completely open spine (rachischisis). Spina bifida
Code: Repairs of Spina bifida 03.35
A defect characterized by four anatomical abnormalities within the heart that results in poorly oxygenated blood being pumped to the body. It can be corrected surgically. Tetralogy of Fallot (TOPF) 745.2
A condition in which the channel between the pulmonary artery and the aorta fails to close at birth. Many close spontaneously while some need to be surgically repaired. Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA)
A hole in the lower chambers of the heart or the ventricles. Ventricular septal defect (VSD)
The failure to develop one or both lungs. atresia or hypoplasia 748.5
Digestive system defect in which a fissure or elongated opening of a specified site occurs. Usually occcurs during the embryonic stage. Cleft lip and cleft palate.
Narrowing of the outlet between the stomach and small intestine. Results from hypertrophy of the circular and longitudinal muscularis of the pylorus and distal antrum of the stomach. Pyloric stenosis 750.5
Code: phyloromyotomy 43.3
A condition in which the bladder is turned inside out with portions of the abdominal and bladder walls missing. This must be surgically repaired. Bladder exstrophy (753.5)
Clubfoot; A variety of congenital structural foot deformities involving the lower leg, ankle, and foot. Talipes 754.70
What is the title and code #'s for chapter 17 of ICD-10-CM? Congenital Malformations, deformations and Chromosomal Abnormalitis Q00-Q99
Created by: marrufotheresa
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