2012 Coding certification Practice Exam

2012 Coding certification Practice Exam 1. The following statements are all true regarding the coding of glaucoma, EXCEPT: a. When a patient has bilateral glaucoma and both are documented as being the same type and stage, report only the code for the type of glaucoma and one code for the stage: b. When a patient has bilateral glaucoma and each eye is documented as having a different stage, assign one code for thetype of glaucoma and one code for the highest glaucoma stage c. When a patient has bilateral glaucoma and each eye is documented as having a different type and a different stage,assign one code...
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STROKE : The Silent Killer

A stroke strikes suddenly causing one in six people worldwide to have at least one stroke in their lifetime. The stroke happens fast especially when there is a blockage of blood flow to a part of the brain. When an individual is hit by a stroke, they may lose body functions and control (such as the drooping of their face; or the use of an arm or a leg) related with that part of the brain depending on how severe the affected area is damaged. A Mini-stroke (TIA) A mini-stroke or commonly called a transient ischemic attack (TIA) or “a warning stroke” does not last as long as ischemic attack or...
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Intravenous Radiology

Hello Guys, As per multiple request, I am posting some anatomical reference for Radiology (IVR) coding.   ______________________________________________________________________________________     Posted By: Chaos Healthcare Contact Us:...
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Knowledge Game ????? can you answer????

What is the most common site of origin of ocular sebaceous carcinoma? (A) Meibomian gland (B) gland of Zeis (C) lacrimal gland (D) caruncle (E) multicentric origin    
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Sleep Study Superbill…..

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