Muscular, Skeletal, Urinary, and Male Reproductive Systems
- (TCO 5) This term describes a slightly movable joint, such as the connection between the ribs and the sternum.
- (TCO 3) When a vasectomy is accomplished using electrocautery to sever the vas deferens, the root operation assigned is:
- (TCO 3) If a renal transplant is rejected, the later removal of the transplanted kidney is coded to the root operation:
- (TCO 3) The placement or insertion of a urinary catheter is coded to the root operation:
- (TCO 5) This term describes an immovable joint, such as the sutures between the bones of the head.
- (TCO 3) Tenolysis is coded to the root operation of:
- (TCO 3) The root operation used to code an orchiopexy is:
- (TCO 5) Examples of these devices include: a monoplanar device, a uniplane device, limb-lengthening device, and a ring device
- (TCO 5) This term describes a freely movable joint, such as shoulders, knees, and elbows.
- (TCO 5) This approach is not available as an option in the muscular system
- (TCO 3) The root operation assigned for a patient that has a circumcision is:
- (TCO 3) Tenotomy is coded to the root operation of:
- TCO 3) If the objective of the procedure is to cut into, transect, or otherwise separate all or a portion of a body part, the root operation is:
- (TCO 4) This body part, while frequently accessed through the urinary system and the cause of many urinary problems, is not a part of the urinary system in ICD-10-PCS. It is a body part within the male reproductive system.
- (TCO 3) When a urinary calculus is broken up, such as with extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy, the root operation assigned is: