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Question 144 out of 4 pointsWhat information is needed in order to accurately code hypertension retinopathy in ICD-10-CM?
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Question 164 out of 4 pointsThe cardiologist advances a 6 French catheter into the left renal artery via a rightcommon femoral puncture. It is selectively catheterized and angiographic films are taken.The catheter was then removed and a diagnostic guiding type, RDC catheter was usedand the left renal artery was selectively engaged. A 0.014 Supracore wire was used andthe lesion was crossed. A 6.0 X 18 mm balloon expandable Racer stent was introduced.This was expanded around 8 atmospheres of pressure which is nominal. Angiographyrevealed excellent results with no residual stenosis.
k:Angiography of the left renal vessel was performed; however, there is nomention in the report of the results of the angiography. This is not a diagnosticangiography, rather it is angiography for mapping (checking out knownstenosis). The stent was deployed (37236) in the left renal artery; this codealso includes the radiologic supervision and interpretation. In the CPT® Indexlook for Stent/Placement/Transcatheter/Intravascular which directs the coderto 37215-37218, 37236-37239. Follow-up renal angiography is bundled withthe stent procedure.Question 170 out of 4 pointsPREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS:Heart BlockPOSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSIS:Heart BlockANESTHESIA:Local anesthesiaNAME OF PROCEDURE:Reimplantation of dual chamber pacemakerDESCRIPTION:The chest was prepped with Betadine and draped in the usual sterilefashion. Local anesthesia was obtained by infiltration of 1% Xylocaine. A subfascialincision was made about 2.5 cm below the clavicle, and the old pulse generator wasremoved. Using the Seldinger technique, the subclavian vein was cannulated and throughthis, the old atrial lead was removed, and a new atrial lead (serial # 6662458) was placed

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Cardiology, Atherosclerosis, Coronary artery bypass surgery, right coronary artery, Coronary Artery ByPass Graft

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