Medical Coding II Extra Quiz 2.docx - 1 HIV should only be coded in which of the following situations Only confirmed and documented cases of HIV should

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c89788f584be6bc4e775b3c7d93b3d3724b2d9ff.docx 1.HIV should only be coded in which of the following situations? 2.Which of the following codes describes a patient with asymptomatic HIV? 3.Which of the following is required to code for SIRS? 4.For coding purposes, methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is identified in which of the following ways? 5.The correct way to look up a neoplasm code in the ICD-9 manual is to: 6.Which of the following is correct if a patient has a primary malignancy that has metastasized and treatment is directed at the secondary site? 7.Which of the following is the correct way to code for a primary tumor that has been previously excised and is no longer present? 8.When coding for diabetes, the fifth digit indicates which of the following? 9.A patient’s use of insulin indicates that: 10.Which of the following is reported first when coding for diabetes or any of its manifestations? 11.When a patient has anemia secondary to neoplastic disease, the coder must report which of the following?
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