CAOT 186 Chapter 6 Theory

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True or False
In order to code a gastrointestinal condition with hemorrhage, active bleeding must be present.

False

True or False
It is common to use a fifth digit of 0 when coding complications related to pregnancy.

False

True or False
A pathologic fracture occurs in a bone that is weakened by disease.

True

True or False
The perinatal period extends for 6 weeks following birth.

False

True or False
Generally you do not assign a code from Chapter 16 if a definitive diagnosis is documented.

True

True or False
When an accident occurs, an E code should be the first-listed diagnosis.

False

True or False
If a fracture and dislocation are present at the same site, assign only the fracture code.

True

True or False
An infected laceration should be coded as a complicated wound.

True

True or False
A poisoning occurs when a drug has been correctly prescribed and properly administered and the patient develops a reaction.

False

True or False
When coding a poisoning, the poisoning code is sequenced before any manifestation code.

True

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