DeVry HIT 203 HIT/203 HIT203 Homework 4 Solution

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Circulatory System, Gastrointestinal and Hepatobiliary Systems, Endocrine and Lymphatic Systems,  and Integumentary System  

  1. (TCO 5) The stomach is divided into areas called the cardia, fundus, body, antrum, and pylorus. The only division of the stomach that is identified by an individual body part value in ICD-10-PCS is the:
  2. (TCO 3) When liposuction is performed for cosmetic purposes, the root operation assigned is:
  3. (TCO 5) The body part value (character 4) used to classify the inguinal lymph nodes in the lymphatic and hemic systems is:
  4. (TCO 4) There are a few hormone-secreting organs that are considered to be part of the endocrine system, though they are not found in the endocrine system section of ICD-10-PCS. An example is the hypothalamus, which can be found in the:
  5. (TCO 5) ICD-10-PCS defines “skin” as including:
  6. (TCO 3) Since bone marrow is pulled or stripped out during a biopsy, the root operation assigned is:
  7. (TCO 3) Sleeve gastrectomy is a procedure performed in bariatric medicine to reduce the size of the stomach by removing the greater curvature of the stomach. The root operation assigned for this procedure is:
  8. (TCO 3) When an entire lymph node chain is cut out, the appropriate root operation is:
  9. (TCO 3) When a physician performs a bariatric procedure, whereby he or she creates a bypass between the stomach and the jejunum, commonly referred to as a Roux-en-y, the root operation assigned is:
  10. (TCO 3) The root operation for a PTCA is:
  11. (TCO 3) When liposuction is performed for medical reasons (such as obtaining the patient’s own fat tissue to use as an autologous tissue substitute), the root operation assigned is:
  12. (TCO 3) The root operation for a CABG is:
  13. (TCO 5) In ICD-10-PCS, the coding of coronary bypass procedures is different from the coding of non-coronary bypass procedures. When coding a coronary bypass, the “body part” (character 4) is the:
  14. (TCO 3) When a physician performs a bariatric procedure, whereby he or she applies adjustable gastric bands to reduce the size of the stomach, the root operation assigned is:
  15. (TCO 5) In ICD-10-PCS, the coding of coronary bypass procedures is different from the coding of non-coronary bypass procedures. When coding a coronary bypass, the “qualifier” (character 7) is the: