When using an unlisted code a(an) __________ must accompany the claim.
The surgical package includes:
TYPICAL FOLLOW-UP CARE
Local anesthesia is defined in the CPT guidelines as:
ALL OF THE ABOVE
This information is placed after some codes in the CPT manual and contains helpful information.
What code is used to report routine postoperative care?
The usual global surgery period for a major procedure is:
The global surgery period include
all routine post-up and pre-up
Excision including simple closure of benign lesions of the skin include this type of anesthesia
What are the divisions of the Surgery section based on?
When the words "separate procedure" appear after the descriptor of a code, you know which of the following about that code?
THE PROCEDURE WAS A MINOR PRCEDURE THAT WOULD ONLY BE CODED IF IT WAS THE ONLY SERVICE PROVIDED.
A triangle before a code indicates that the code is or has been:
Which of the following represents the contents of a surgical package?
Preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative services
The correct code for an unlisted procedure for the breast is
The modifier reported when a physician component is reported separately is
A____ procedure that is performed independently of, and is not immediately related to, another service
The divisions of the Radiation Oncology section of the CPT manual are divided into subsections based on what
type of service
What is the standard measure of energy in radiation treatment
What is the modifier used to identify the technical component of a radiologic procedure<
What are the radioisotopes that attach themselves to red blood cells called
What is the name of the high-frequency sound waves in an imaging process that are used to diagnose patient illness
Radiation oncology codes include normal follow-up care during the course of treatment and for ___ months following its completion
Includes 3 months global period
Codes 76801 and 76802 include determination of the number of gestational sacs and fetuses, gestational sac/fetal measurements appropriate for gestation <14 weeks 0 days and :
ALL OF THE ABOVE
A needle with a suture attached is passed through an incision into the stomach. The needle is snared and removed via the mouth. A gastrostomy tube is connected to the suture and passed through the mouth into the stomach and out the abdominal wall. What is the correct code for this procedure
None of the above
The procedure is a percutaneous transhepatic dilation of the biliary duct stricture with or without placement of a stent. How would the radiological supervision and interpretation be coded?
In clinical brachytherapy the superviaion of radio elements and dose interpretation are performed by the therapeutic
Two dimensional ultrasonic scanning procedure with a two dimendiagnostic ultrasoundsional display is the definition of___
x-ray films of vessels after injection of radiopaque substance material
Procedure for viewing the interior of the body using x-rays and projecting the image onto a television screen
Magnetic resonance imaging MRI
Procedure that uses nonionizing radiation to view the body in a cross-sectional view
Photoelectric process of radiographs
Radiographic contrast medium
Application of a statistical method to a biological fact
Veins and tributaries
Uterine cavity and fallopian tubes
Lymphatic vessels and nodes
Subarachnoid space of the spine
Kidneys, renal pelvis, ureters, and bladder
X-ray image of vein or veins following injection of a radiopaque substance
x-ray visualization of lymph vessel and nodes following injection of a contrast material
x-ray phonograph of the spinal cord following administration of radiopaque substance into the subarachnoid space
Also known as PET sca, it measures ametabolic or biochemical activity of the brain and other organs by tracking its movement and concentration
Noninvasive diagnostic technique that produces a cross-sectional image of organs and other internal body structures
x-ray of the bile ducts using radiopaque contrast
Also known as a CAT scan, this technique allows safe, painless, and rapid diagnosis in previously inaccessible areas of the body
Measurement of the diameters of the female pelvis, esp. the birth canal
The application of ultrasonic waves for diagnostic imaging of internal structures
In front of
In back of
Toward the head or the upper part of the body: also known as cephalad or cephalic
Away from the head or the lower part of the body; also known as caudad or caudal
Toward the midline of the body
Away from the midline ofteh body (to the side)
How many levels of Surgical Pathology are there?
What type of drug test measures the presence of a drug in the specimen?
What type of drug test measures the amount of a drug in the specimen?
What is the name given to grouped laboratory work that represents those tests commonly done together?
In what section would you find codes used to report veinpunctures and arterial punctures?
What is the name of the subsection within Pathology?Laboratory that deals with the laboratory work done to determine cellular changes?
In the Pathology/Laboratory section of the CPT, drugs are listed by their ____names.
A specimen from a suspect area can be divided into which of the following?
What name is given to cultures for identification of organisms, as well as the identification of sensitivities of the organism to antibiotics?
Qualitative analysis is defined as:
analysis of a substance in order to ascertain the nature of chemical constituents.
Quantitative analysis is defined as
Determining the amounts and proportions of chemical constituents
Codes in the Pathology/Laboratory section, Evocation/Suppression Testing include which of the following?
What must always be documented in the patient record and is the major billing factor for reporting codes in the psychiatric subsection. codes divided on time
What word is used to describe the pushing of liquid into the body over a long period of time.
Outpatient dialysis services are reported on this basis
What is the name of the process that routes the blood including waste products outside the body through filters
absence of the lens of the eye
Ultrasound procedure in which sound waves are bounced off an internal organ and the resolution image is recorder
Use of a scope to examine the angles of the eye
Cleansing of the blood outside the body
Rapid involuntary eye movement
pertaining to eye movements
pertaining to through the skin
cutting into a vein
move in a direction contrary to the usual one
tissue below the dermis, primarily fat cells that insulate the body
use of a tonometer to measure intraocular pressure, which is elevated in glaucoma, method used for detecting glaucoma