Buck Step By Step Medical Coding 2012
least extreme eye removal surgery; removal of contents of globe, leaving extraocular muscles and sclera intact
moderate eye removal surgery; removal of the entire eyeball
most extreme eye removal surgery; removal of eye with surrounding skin, fat, muscle, and bone
low powered microscope with high intensity light source that focuses the light as a long narrow beam or slit
removal of fluid (performed on anterior chamber) for either diagnostic or therapeutic purposes
How do you code skin grafting after eye removal surgery?
Code separately with codes from Integumentary system.. If eyelid was repaired deeper than skin level, refer to reconstruction codes.
Implant placed inside the muscular cone
ocular implant (fake eye)
implant placed outside the muscular cone
orbital implant (scleral shell prosthesis)
What are the parts of the anterior segment?
cornea, anterior chamber, anterior sclera, iris, ciliary body, and lens
transparent part of the eye
repair of the cornea
removal of the full thickness of the cornea and replacement with donor cornea
thin layer of cornea is removed and replaced with donor cornea
Fluid-filled (aqueous humor) space located behind the cornea and in front of the iris
removal of fluid
procedure using goniolens, used for congenital glaucoma
adhesions of the iris to the lens of the eye
adhesions of the iris to the cornea
white fibrous outer layer of the front of the eyeball
creation of a passage, sometimes used to decrease pressure of fluid in the sclera
surgical procedure in which the trabecular meshwork is reshaped or punctured
trabeculotomy ab externo or trabeculectomy ab externo; used for treatment of glaucoma or trauma
iris-scleral junction, drains aqueous humor
colored part of the eye
This smooth muscle is located behind the iris and produces aqueous humor
extracapsular, intracapsular, and phacoemuslification are three types of what procedure?
this surgery corrects muscle misalignment
suturing the eyelids together
insertion of small tube that allows fluid to drain
bony growth; if present in external auditory canal, is termed "surfer's ear."
surgical repair of protruding ear
surgical repair of the external auditory canal
incision into tympanic membrane and re-inflation of eustachian tube
benign growth of skin in abnormal location
bones of the ear that include the malleus (hammer), incus (anvil), and stapes (stirrup).
surgical correction or repair of defects or injuries in the eardrum or the bones of the middle ear; small tubes are inserted through tympanic membrane to allow for drainage.
cavelike structure located in inner ear
procedure in which the labyrinth is surgically incised and various procedures performed to return labyrinth to functional condition
procedure in which incus and stapes are removed
extracapsular cataract extraction
intracapsular cataract extraction
vascular tissue of the choroids, ciliary body, and iris
prefix meaning pupil
prefix meaning ciliary body or eye muscle
prefix meaning tear/tear duct
prefix meaning pertaining to the lacrimal sac
congenital absence of the external auditory canal
auricle, pinna, external acoustic, and meatus are parts of what?
malleus, incus, and stapes are parts of what?
vestibule, semicircular canals, and cochlea are parts of what?
prefix meaning posterior temporal bone
prefix meaning eardrum
prefix meaning eustachian tube
excision of a portion of the temporal bone
The Auditory System subsection is divided anatomically into what 4 subheadings?
External ear, Middle ear, Inner ear, and Temporal Bone/Middle Fossa Approach
suffix meaning removal
suffix meaning surgical incision or cutting into
incision into tympanic membrane and reinflation of the Eustachian tube?
What is the most common childhood surgery?
What are the small bones in the middle ear known as?
Reconstruction of the external ear may require a split full thickness graft and would be reported from the ________ System.
acute angle closure glaucoma
age-related macular degeneration
chronic angle closure glaucoma
glaucoma drainage device
posterior chamber IOL
posterior subcapsular cataract
retinopathy of prematurity
visual acuity, left eye
visual acuity, right eye
a disease of the inner ear characterized by vertigo, nerve deafness, and a roar or buzzing in the ear.
ring where cornea meets the sclera; aka sclerocorneal junction
abnormally small ears
fluid that fills the bony labyrinth of the inner ear
space behind the eye
bacterial infection of the eyes