7 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- The section of the ICD-9-CM in which diagnosis codes are presented in numerical order.
- The number assigned to a diagnoses in the International Classification of Diseases.
- Directions in printed material that tell a reader where to look for additional information.
- In the ICD-9 -CM a three- digit code used to classify a particular diaereses or injuries.
- An alphanumeric ICD code for an external cause of injury or poising.
- An alphanumeric code in the ICD-9-CMthat identifies factors that influence health status and encounters that are not due to illness or injury
6 True/False questions
Primary Diagnosis → The number assigned to a diagnoses in the International Classification of Diseases.
Etiology → The cause or origin of a disease.
Coexisting Condition → Typographic techniques or standard practices that provide visual guidelines for understanding printed material.
Sub-classification → In ICD-9-CM , a five-digit code number.
Alphabetic Index → The section of the ICD-9 CM in which diseases and injuries with corresponding diagnosis codes are presented in alphabetic order.
Chief Complaint (CC) → The World in bold- face type that identifies a diseases or condition in the alphabetic index in ICD-9-CM.