ch4_ICD9-CM_key - CHAPTER 4: INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION...

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CHAPTER 4: INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES, NINTH REVISION, CLINICAL MODIFICATION (ICD-9-CM) REINFORCEMENT EXERCISES 4–1 1. Volume 1: Tabular List of Diseases and Injuries; Volume 2: Alphabetic Index of Diseases and Injuries; Volume 3: Tabular List and Alphabetic Index of Procedures 2. a quarterly publication of the AHA that provides ICD-9-CM coding updates and advice 3. four groups that are responsible for the annual ICD-9-CM updates 4. AHA, AHIMA, CMS, NCHS 5. words, phrases, abbreviations, and punctuation marks that provide a standard way to organize codes and guide the billing specialist to the correct code REINFORCEMENT EXERCISES 4–2 1. body system and etiology, or cause of the disease 2. The puerperium begins at the end of third-stage labor and ends at six weeks postpartum; the perinatal period begins before birth and ends at 28 days postpartum. 3. burns, adverse effects caused by external factors, complications of trauma, and complications of surgical and medical care 4. a. -group of three-digit categories that represent a single disease or a group of closely related conditions b. -three-digit code that represents a single disease or a group of closely related conditions c. -four-digit code that provides information such as site, cause, or other characteristics of a disease or group of diseases d. -five-digit code that provides even greater specificity about a disease or group of diseases REINFORCEMENT EXERCISES 4–3 1. main terms 2. subterms 3. carryover line 4. anomaly 5. complication 6. As an exception to the alphabetization rules, numerical characters and words indicating numbers are listed in numerical order. 7. immediately after the main term or related subterm, not in alphabetic order 8. delivery, labor, pregnancy, and puerperal OR the main term for the condition referenced by the subterm complicating pregnancy, childbirth, or puerperium Alphabetic Index Practice Answers to items 1–5 will vary. REINFORCEMENT EXERCISES 4–4 1. Hypertension Table, Neoplasm Table, Table of Drugs and Chemicals with Associated E-Codes
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2. a. -severe form of hypertension; out of control or a rapid change from the benign state b. hypertension mild and under control c. no documentation of benign or malignant status 3. to provide neoplasm codes based on the behavior of the tumor 4. a. Neoplasms are cancerous and coded as primary, secondary, or in situ. b.
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