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Medical Coding II Seminar 7
Unit 7 Overview Reading: Understanding ICD-9-CM Coding, Chapters 5, 11, 17, 18 Seminar: Attend Seminar or complete option 2, 20 Points Exercises, Challenge exercises derived from your textbook, 20 points
ICD-9-CM Coding Practice Nervous System and Sense Organs
Can you code this? Partial retinal detachment with single defect
Can you code this? Ringing in the ears, vertigo
Can you code this? Nodular degeneration of the cornea
Can you code this? Anterior scleritis
Can you code this? Graves’ disease with thyrotoxic exophthalmos
Can you code this? Primary iritis
Can you code this? Acute radial nerve palsy
ICD-9-CM Coding Practice Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue
Can you code this? Stage III decubitus ulcer of the right buttock;
Can you code this? Pressure ulcer of the coccyx; healed pressure ulcer of the right heel
Can you code this? Cellulitis of the right great toe
Can you code this? Contact dermatitis due to poison ivy
Can you code this? Urticaria on lips and face due to strawberries
Can you code this? Dermatitis of hands due to laundry detergent
Can you code this? Chronic ulcer of right ankle due to atherosclerosis of extremities
Can you code this? Paronychia of finger
ICD-9-CM Coding Practice Musculoskeletal System
Can you code this? Healing pathologic fracture of right hip
Can you code this? Sciatica due to herniated disc at L5-SI
Can you code this? Osteoarthritis right knee
Can you code this? Connective tissue disorder
Can you code this? Hunchback
Can you code this? Recurrent dislocation right shoulder
Can you code this? Chronic osteomyelitis of the sacrum
Can you code this? Pathologic fracture right rib due to metastatic breast carcinoma; patient is continuing to undergo chemotherapy treatment (5 codes)
Can you code this? Patient admitted for rod-lengthening procedure; Patient has progressive infantile idiopathic scoliosis (2 codes)
Can you code this? Avascular necrosis of right shoulder joint due to long-term steroid use for rheumatoid arthritis (4 codes)
Can you code this? Chondrocalcinosis of right knee (2 codes)
Can you code this? Acute osteomyelitis of the left calcaneus in a patient with a diabetic foot and decubitus ulcer left heel (4 codes)
Can you code this? Lumbar radiculitis
Can you code this? Steroid-induced osteoporosis; patient takes prednisone for polymyalgia rheumatica (4 codes)
Can you code this? Loose body elbow joint, right
SKELETAL SYSTEM. Diseases/Disorders Sprain – stretched or torn ligament or tendon Arthritis – inflamed joint Osteomyelitis – infected bone Osteoporosis.
Patient Protection in the Operating Theatre. PART ONE Background Information…
Broadies Abscess. Clalcaneal spur Calcaneal Fracture.
Skeletal System Abnormalities, Disorders, etc.. Spine Curvatures Scoliosis (thoracic curvature)
Osteoarthritic Pain Intensity and Location in People with Diabetes Using A Clinical Data Repository System Aqeel Alenazi.
Skeletal System Diseases & Abnormal Conditions. Arthritis Inflammation of the joints 2 Types – Osteoarthritis / Rheumatoid.
► Inflammation of the joints ► More than 100 types ►Some examples: -osteoarthritis, -rheumatoid arthritis.
Types of Joints. What are joints? When two or more bones join together…you have joints. Joints are held together by bands of connective tissue called.
Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.Chapter 7 Diseases and Disorders 7.3 Diseases and Disorders of the Skeletal and Muscular Systems Fractures Skeletal.
Copyright © 2012 Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Chapter 11 Coding for Musculoskeletal System and Connective Tissue Diseases.
Name Body Parts AS QUICK AS YOU CAN. ??? belly/ tummy.
1 Medical Terminology Musculoskeletal System Chapter 11.
Skeletal System Disorders. Osteomyelitis Infection of the bone Causes include: invading bacteria, pneumonia, typhoid, inflammation of teeth, and injury.
The Body and Health 1.2 Parts of the Body - The Hands and Feet.
Body Parts Activity 1 Left click to go to the next slide. -OR- Click the arrow key >
CHAPTER 13 SKELETAL SYSTEM. Structure and Function Functions of the skeletal system –Provides shape and support –Protects internal organs –Stores minerals.
Vertebrae separated by intervertebral discs Shock Absorbers Prevents bone to bone contact Herniated disc Disc extends outwards Reduces disc.
Skeletal System Characteristics and Treatment of Common Skeletal Disorders.
A fracture is a broken bone. There are several types of fractures. Open fractures occur when the broken bone pierces the skin Closed fractures occur.
Skeletal System Diseases and Disorders By 3 rd Block.
Skeletal System. General Info Adult human has 206 bones Does everyone have 206 Bones?
Skeletal System Diseases and Disorders By 2 nd Block.
Skeletal Pathology. Skeletal system has 206 bones.
Anatomy and Physiology Bones and Joints Bones provide framework and support; classified by shape and composition Joints: where two or more bones.
Copyright 2003 by Mosby, Inc. All rights reserved. SKELETAL SYSTEM.
SKELETAL SYSTEM Chapter 6. © 2004 Delmar Learning, a Division of Thomson Learning, Inc.2 FUNCTIONS Supports body structure and provides shape to the body.
Head Hair Face Nose Ear Eye Mouth Teeth Neck Hand Finger Arm Elbow Knee Shoulder Back Foot Toe Leg Head Eye Mouth Arm Toe.
Chapter 8: Joints Objectives: 1) Know the basic types of movement 2) Know the basic disorders that affect the joints Reminders: Quiz Monday.
Unit 2 Overview Reading: Read Chapters 10 and 21 in Understanding ICD-9-CM Coding. Seminar: Attend Seminar or complete Option 2, 20 points Exercises: Challenge.
Copyright © 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2002 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc. Slide 1 CHAPTER 6 CHAPTER-SPECIFIC GUIDELINES.
Introduction to the Orthopaedic 452 course Dr.Abdulaziz Alomar, MBBS, MSc, FRCSC Assisstant professor of Orthopaedic surgery Sport Medicine & Arthroscopic.
Unit 4 Overview Understanding ICD-9-CM Coding, Chapter 8, Chapter 13, Chapter 14 Discussion Board, Coding Ethics and Fines, 25 points Exercises, Challenge.
Arthritis & Musculoskeletal Conditions Jenaee & Laura.
Musculoskeletal System HIT241 – Advanced CPT Coding Chapter 12.
LUMBAGO By: Mairi Sapountzi & Yoginee Sritharen Presentation for Elective: Current Health Problems in Students’ Home Countries.
Pages What is cartilage and give an example of where it can be found in the body? TOUGH SUPPORTIVE TISSUE NOSE, EAR, RIBS, PELVIS, IN BETWEEN.
Headaches The Migraine headache is unilateral pain (affecting one half of the head) and pulsating in nature, lasting from 4 to 72 hours; symptoms include.
CHAPTER 6 CHAPTER-SPECIFIC GUIDELINES (ICD-10-CM CHAPTERS 11-14)
Skeletal System Functions and Long bones. Functions 1.Framework –The bones form a framework to support the body’s muscles, fat, and skin.
ICD-10-CM: PRL Training Session 8 Practice Resources, LLC 2015.
Skeletal System Diseases and Disorders. Arthritis Rheumatoid Rheumatoid Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis Juvenile Rheumatoid.
Principles of Orthopedics INVESTIGATIONS Dr. Mohammed M. Zamzam Associate Professor & Consultant Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon.
The Skeletal System Chapter 2. Imaging Consideration Diagnostic images include soft tissue and bony structure of interest. Soft tissue areas often hold.
Sport Books Publisher1 The Human Skeleton. Sport Books Publisher2 Axial Skeleton.
Shafiepour,mohsen MD. Kerman university of medical sciences.
Copyright © 2008 Delmar Learning. All rights reserved. Unit 41 Musculoskeletal System.
Spine Curvature Disorders. 123 The spine, or backbone, is made up of small bones (vertebrae) stacked -- along with discs -one on top of another. A healthy.
Copyright © 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Chapter 6 Musculoskeletal System Diseases and Disorders.
Tuesday, February 6 th Blue Book Wkshts & Shoes Essay Discuss notes Pass out notes Review Intro to Bones & Bones of the Skull, Chest, and Back.
The Transition to What you need to know for Orthopedics Date | Presenter Information.
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