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International Classification of Disease, 9th Revision, Coding Manual
the acronym ICD-9-CM means
Volumes 1-Diseases: Tabular List, Volume 2- Diseases: Alphabetic Index, Volume 3 -Procedures: Tabular and Alphabetic Index
The three volumes of ICD-9-CM are:
external causes of injury/poisoning, site of incident, procedures as cause of abnormal reaction
E codes are used to describe:
annually
ICD-9-CM codes are updated at least
medical necessity
ICD-9-CM codes translate the _________ of service provided from verbal and narrative descriptions to nationally accepted reporting standards.
terms enclosed om parentheses that have no effect on the selection of the code listed for the main term
In the Alphabetic Index of Volume 2, ICD-9-CM, momessential modifiers are:
codes that always require a 5th digit to fully descripe them
Codes that have mandatory fifth digits are:
V codes
Another name for the Supplementary Classification of Factors Influencing Health Status and Contact with Health Services is:
volume 3
What volume of the ICD-9-CM is used by hospitals to report inpatient procedures
coding
What is defined as transforming written descriptions into numerical designations
AHA
American Hospital Associatioin
AHIMA
American health information management association
ASCVD
arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease
CC
chief complaint
HCFA
Healthcare Financial Administration
DRG
Diagnosis related group
IDDM
Diagnosis related group
NOS
not otherwise
NIDDM
type II diabetes
NEC
not elsewhere classifiable
Sx
symptoms
POS
Place of service
PCP
primary care physician
S&S
sign and sympoms
ICD-9-CM
International classification of disease 9th revision clinical modification
rule of nine
estimation of total body surface area burned
Ca
cancer
CMS
Centers for medicare & medicaid services
benign
non cancerous
neoplasm
spontaneous new growth of tissue formatting and abnormal mass that is also known as a tumor
CPT4
current procedural terminology
mortality
number of deaths that occurs in a given time or place (DEATH)
morbidity
diseased condition or state (SICKNESS)
morphology
study of form, size, and shapes
primary, secondary, pricipal
types of dx
primary diagnoses
the main reason for the encounter (outpatient)
secondary diagnoses
may contribute to the condition
principal diagnoses
in impatient hospital coding is diagnosed obtained after study
rules and principals for coding found in volume one
what are the purpose of conventions
cause of disease
etiology
symptoms
manifestation
eponyms
disease or syndrome named by a person
r/o
does not yet know what is wrong
"v" code
physical exam
"e" code
external cause of injury
etiology and manistetaion
combination codes