Introduction to ICD-10
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The “ICD” of ICD-10 stands for _____.
The version of ICD-10 used by typical clinical (non-hospital-based) dermatology practices is _____.
With ICD-10, laterality is an important factor which must be considered when coding for neoplasms. This means that we must document whether a given lesion ________.
Which of the following offers the full, comprehensive listing of ICD-10 codes and includes special notations and instructions?
Please match each of the following with the most appropriate description.
- Single code which describes more than one diagnosis.
- "Late Effect" (Sequela) Code
- "Includes" Note
- "See" Note
- "See Also" Note
- "Use Additional Code" Note
- "Code First" Note
- "Add The Appropriate 7th Character" Note
Code which describes a diagnosis which has resulted from a preceding infection, injury, or illness.
Clarifies that a given code also includes the listed diagnosis (or diagnoses).
Points us to a specific place elsewhere in the list where the diagnostic code can be found.
Provides alternative descriptions worth considering when seeking a given diagnostic code.
Unless presented as an option, instructs us that a second (additional) code must also be used.
Instructs us that an additional code must also be used AND that other code should be listed first on the billing form.
Instructs us that the ICD code must end in one of the described 7th characters.
Which chapter within the ICD-10-CM Tabular List focuses specifically on diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue?
What’s the key difference between the diagnoses listed beneath Excludes1 and Excludes2 notes?