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21 Cards in this Set

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in the endocrine system subsection, codes for how many glands
in the surgery of skull base what procedure is the method used to obtain exposure of lesion
approach procedure
what is the most commonly know neuroplastic procedure
carpel tunnel release
when coding craniectomy/craniotomy procedures it is also common to code for what
grafting procedures
bone marrow takem from a blood relative is known as
within the endocrine codes the terms subtotal and ? mean something less than the total
the bone marrow collected from the patient is called
a lypmphadenectomy in which only the lymph nodes are removed
limited lymphadenectomy
the intials that indicate a shunting procedure
surgery or skull base the ? procedure is what is done to the lesion
under spleen codes are based on what
total partial
give an example of when a lymphadenectomy is bundled with a larger procedure
what are lmyph codes based on
two categories listed in the endocrine section
thyroid, parathyroid
nervous system codes describe what
procedures done on the brain, spinal cord, nerves, other related parts
craniectomy/craniotomy codes are determined by what
site and condition
approach procedure
method used to obtain exposure of the lesion
definitive procedure
what was done to the lesion
what modifier is used in this section
what are the 2 categories under eye and ocular adnexa
removal of eye and removal of foreign bodies
auditory is divided according to what
external ear, middle ear, inner ear, temporal bone/middle fossa approach