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Mod150 U-3 SBS StudyGuide
A Person can live without a spleen
The mediastinum is located between the lungs
the stem cell harvesting in 38205 is the collection of stem cells from the bone marrow
The upper jagular group of lymph nodes are located in the groin
The diaphragm is a wall of muscle that separates the thoracic and abdominal cavities
The _____ manufactures the most blood cells
The spleen is composed of this material that also surrounds veins and arteries
_____ is a malignant disease of the bone marrow in which excessive white blood cells are produced
Mediastinum codes are identified by which factor?
This type of lymphadenectomy is the removal of the lymph nodes,glands, surrounding tissues:
The lymph node excision category codes are based on what two things?
Method and location
How many categories are located in the Mediastinum subheading?
A diaphragmatic hernia is also known as a(n):
Esophageal hiatal hernia
This bone marrow is taken from a close relative, so there is a genetic similarity.
This bone marrow is collected from the patient and later transplanted or reinfused back into the patient from whom it came.
What word describes a lymphadenectomy in which only the lymph nodes are removed?
What is it called when the diaphragm is out of normal position and has moved up farther into the thoracic cavity?
Bone marrow biopsy by needle aspiration
Biopsy of a lymph node by fine needle aspiration without image guidance
Excision of a mediastinal tumor
The mediastinum category code range is
The physician performs a complete axillary lymphadenectomy.
Imbrication of the diaphragm for eventration, transabdominal, nonparalytic.
The physician repairs a large laceration of the diaphragm that occurred during a car accident from the seat belt the patient was wearing through a transabdominal approach.
The physician performs an extensive drainage of a lymph node abcess
Grafting tissue from one source to another
Cutting into the mediastinum
Inflammation of lymph nodes