Learning to Code with Icd-9-Cm for Health Information Management and Health Services Administration 2006

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Dec 1, 2005 - Medical - 754 pages
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Contents

APPENDIX
4
CHAPTER2 Coding Conventions Rules and Guidelines
21
The Basis for All Coding
39
coping FoRSPECIFIc Diseases AND Disorders
67
and IllDefined Conditions
69
Testing Your Comprehension
73
Coding for Endocrine Nutritional Metabolic
89
Testing Your Comprehension
98
Medical Record Case Studies
387
Coding for Neoplasms
409
Childbirth and the Puerperium
453
Complications of Pregnancy and Delivery
459
Delivery Prior to Admission
465
Testing Your Comprehension
471
Medical Record Case Studies
477
Coding for Conditions in the Perinatal Period
501

Coding for Infectious and Parasitic Diseases
115
Coding for Digestive System Diseases
143
Coding for Respiratory System Diseases
183
Coding for Genitourinary System Diseases
215
Coding for Skin and Subcutaneous
253
Debridement Procedures
259
Medical Record Case Studies
265
Coding for Musculoskeletal System
279
Connective Tissue Diseases
287
Chapter Review Exercises 291
311
Disorders of the Peripheral Nervous System
319
Disorders of the Ear
326
Medical Record Case Studies
333
Coding for Diseases of the Circulatory System
353
Blood and BloodForming Organ Diseases
380
Coding for Injury and Poisoning
535
and Medical Care
587
Complications Causing Outpatient to Inpatient Admission
593
Medical Record Case Studies
601
Coding for Mental Disorders
615
Medical Record Case Studies 293
629
Information Management
645
Past and Present of Health Information Management
652
DiagnosisRelated Groups DRG List
663
APPENDIx2 Laboratory Reference Range Values
677
APPENDIx3 Medical Prefixes Suffixes and Combining Forms
697
APPENDIx4 Common Medical Abbreviations and Acronyms
703
New ICD9CM Codes for 2005
717
Answers to Coding Practice
727
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