Selected answer a 36200 6 26 correct answer a 36200 6

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Selected Answer: a. 36200, 75625-26, 75716-26 Correct Answer: a. 36200, 75625-26, 75716-26 Response Feedback : Rationale: Because the catheter was repositioned, and separate studies were performed, both the aortography and the extremity angiography are reported. Look in the CPT® Index for Catheterization/Aorta which directs you to 36160- 36200. In the CPT® Index see Aorta/Aortography and you are referred to 75600- 75630. To locate angiography of the lower extremities, look for Angiography/Leg Artery referring you to 73706, 75635, 75710-75716. Modifier 26 reports the professional service. Question 8 4 out of 4 points An arterial catheterization is performed by cutdown for transfusion. What CPT® code is reported? Selected Answer: c. 36625 Correct Answer: c. 36625 Response Feedback: Rationale: The answer is found in the CPT® Index by referencing Catheterization/Arterial System/Cutdown directing you to 36625. Question 9 4 out of 4 points
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In ICD-10-CM what is the default code for coronary artery atherosclerosis? Selected Answer: d. I25.10 Arteriosclerotic heart disease of native coronary artery without angina pectoris Correct Answer: d. I25.10 Arteriosclerotic heart disease of native coronary artery without angina pectoris Response Feedback: Rationale: In the ICD-10-CM Alphabetic Index, Atherosclerosis/coronary/artery which directs the coder to I25.10. In addition, the coding for ICD-10-CM requires the documentation to state when there is presence of angina pectoris. If angina pectoris is present, the coder also needs to confirm if the documentation mentions a spasm. Question 10 4 out of 4 points Patient is diagnosed with acute systolic heart failure due to hypertension with CKD stage 4. Selected Answer: b. I13.0, I50.21, N18.4 Correct Answer: b. I13.0, I50.21, N18.4 Response Feedback : Rationale: There is a causal connection with hypertension and heart failure, and one is assumed with CKD, so combination code I13.0 is required. The type of heart failure and stage of CKD are also needed to complete the coding. In the ICD-10-CM Alphabetic Index look for Hypertension/cardiorenal (disease)/with heart failure/with stage 1 through stage 4 chronic kidney disease which directs you to I13.0. In the Tabular List there is a note below I13.0 to use additional code to identify the type of heart failure. Look in the Alphabetic Index for Failure/heart/systolic (congestive)/acute referring you to I50.21. Instructions further indicate to also code for the stage 4 chronic kidney disease. Look in the Alphabetic Index for Disease, diseased/kidney/chronic/stage 4 (severe) which directs the coder to N18.4. Verify code selection in the Tabular List. Question 11 4 out of 4 points A patient in the ED was found to have a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm. He was taken to emergency surgery; a physician performed a direct repair. The physician documented that the aneurysm involved the common iliac. Select the proper CPT® code for this procedure.
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  • Fall '17
  • Cardiology, Atherosclerosis, Femoral artery, coronary artery, right coronary artery

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