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13.When a late effect is coded, the late effect code is sequenced first. F14.ICD-9-CM procedure codes consist of alphanumeric codes. F15.The ICD-9-CM coding system was developed in the 1980s. F16.Assignment of a combination code should take precedence over assignment of multiple codes. T
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Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 17. Category codes in the ICD-9-CM contain a series of how many digit codes?
18. Subcategory codes in the ICD-9-CM contain how many digits?
19. Subclassification codes contain how many digits?
20. What are codes that do not contain all necessary digits called? a. category codes d. valid codes c. truncated codes b. section codes
21. When are subcategory codes used?
22. The ICD-9-CM codebook consists of how many volumes?
23. What does Volume 1 of the ICD-9-CM contain?
24. Which of the following statements is true? a. A coder can use only the Alphabetic Index when coding b. A coder can use only the Tabular List when coding c. A coder can use only the Alphabetic Index to Disease and Injuries when coding d. A coder must reference both the Alphabetic Index and Tabular List when coding

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