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infection in the area, which was irrigated. Index: Removal, Prosthesis, Penis Code(s): 54411 Removal and replacement of all components of a multi-component inflatable penile prosthesis through an infected field at the same operative session, including irrigation and debridement of infected tissue Exercise 4.28: Case Studies—Male Genital System Operative Reports 1. Operative Report Abstract from Documentation: Review the Alphabetic Index for the coding selection for Prostatectomy. What documentation would be needed to choose the range to verify? Laparoscopic, Perineal, Retropubic, Suprapubic, or Transurethral Also, for perineal/retropubic and suprapubic, the coder must determine if the procedure was partial or radical. Time to Code: Index: Prostatectomy, Retropubic, Radical (55840–55845, 55866) Code(s): 55845 Prostatectomy, retropubic radical, with or without nerve sparing; with bilateral pelvic lymphadenectomy 2. Operative Report
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Instructor's Guide AC210614: Basic CPT/HCPCS Exercises Page 58 of 100 Abstract from Documentation: Refer to Circumcision in the Alphabetic Index. What information do you need from the operative report to begin your coding assignment selection process? Technique: Repair, surgical excision or with clamp and age (newborn or not) Time to Code: Index: Circumcision, Surgical Excision, Neonate Code(s): 54150 Circumcision using clamp Note that lidocaine was used as a regional, local anesthesia 3. Operative Report Abstract from Documentation: What technique was used to obtain the biopsy? Needle Time to Code: Index: Biopsy, Prostate Code(s): 55700 Biopsy, prostate; needle or punch, single or multiple, any approach 4. Operative Report Abstract from Documentation: Locate hydrocele in the Alphabetic Index. What documentation from the operative report is needed to accurately assign codes? Unilateral vs. bilateral, if performed as an aspiration, or excision tunica vaginalis (covering over testis-scrotum) or of spermatic cord. In this case, tunica vaginalis. Time to Code: Index: Hydrocele, Excision, Unilateral, Tunica Vaginalis Code(s): 55040-LT Excision of hydrocele, unilateral
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Instructor's Guide AC210614: Basic CPT/HCPCS Exercises Page 59 of 100 Female Genital System Exercises Exercise 4.29: Medical Terminology Review Match the following medical terms with the correct definition. 1.___cervix (D) A. surgical procedure; instrument inserted into abdominal wall to view internal organs 2.___vagina (C) B. produces eggs 3.___ovary (B) C. tube leading from genitalia to cervix 4.___colposcopy (E) D. passage forming lower end of uterus 5.___laparoscopy (A) E. surgical procedure to examine vagina and cervix Exercise 4.30: Clinical Concepts Fill in the blanks for the following scenarios. Choose from one of the two answers provided in parentheses. 1. As a result of a positive Pap smear, the surgeon recommends a _____________ to determine the cause (laparoscopy, colposcopy ).
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