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5 Matching questions

  1. coding
  2. v codes
  3. categories
  4. e/m codes
  5. section 2 table of drugs and chemicals
  1. a supplementary classification codes used to identify health care encounters that occur for reasons other than illness or injury or to identify patients whose illness is influenced by special circumstances or problems
  2. b listed first in the cpt manual because they are used by all the different specialties.
  3. c process of converting diagnoses, procedures, and services into numeric and alphanumeric characters
  4. d contains a list of drugs and chemicals with the corresponding poisoning codes and e codes
  5. e composed of 3 digit codes representing a single disease or condition. The 3 digit code is used only if it is not further subdivided

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. uncertain whether benign or malignant; borderline malignancy
  2. located in the index and is organized by anatomic site
  3. cancer that is localized and has not spread to adjacent tissues or distant parts of the body
  4. further classified as to primary, secondary, or carcinoma in situ
  5. instances when a correct substance properly taken is the cause of adverse effects

5 True/False questions

  1. current procedural terminology (cpt)used to report services and procedures by physicians. ama publishes and updates this book annually w/a new coming out each nov. and becoming eff jan. 1 of the following calendar year

          

  2. chief complaintcomposed of 3 digit codes representing a single disease or condition. The 3 digit code is used only if it is not further subdivided

          

  3. inpatientone who has not received any medical services within the last 3 yrs.

          

  4. ICD manual has 3 volumescomposed of 8 sections

          

  5. modifiersunrelated e/m service by the same physician during a postoperative period

          

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