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Coding Clinic for ICD-10-CM/PCS
Continuing Education Quiz 191-10
Postmarked no later than September 30, 2019
First Quarter 2019
1. List two general types of Whipple procedures.
2. A patient is admitted with acute kidney injury (acute renal failure) due to dehydration. According to
coding guidelines, the acute kidney injury would always be sequenced as the principal diagnosis.
True or False
3. A patient presents with a nosocomial gram-negative bacilli sepsis/blood stream infection due
to midline catheter. Assign the appropriate ICD-10-CM codes for sepsis due to a
midline catheter.
4. The patient was diagnosed with pancytopenia due to acute myelogenous leukemia (AML). Assign
the appropriate diagnoses codes for pancytopenia due to AML.
5. A woman diagnosed with an esophageal malignancy underwent total resection of the lower
esophagus and reconstruction using colonic interposition. An open total esophagectomy was
performed. The terminal ileum was mobilized, with the ascending and transverse colon and was
brought up and anastomosed to the cervical esophagus. The ascending and transverse colon
that was still attached to the left colonic artery for blood supply was used as graft. Assign the
correct ICD-10-PCS codes for esophagectomy with colon interposition.
6. A 45-year-old female patient with uterine cancer developed drug-induced diarrhea following
chemotherapy. Assign the correct ICD-10-CM code for drug-induced diarrhea
secondary to chemotherapy.
7. The patient, a 6-year-old female, suffered a left proximal metaphyseal humeral fracture without
displacement. Assign the correct ICD-10-CM code for metaphyseal fracture of the
left humerus.
8. The patient, who had a history of seizure-like episodes, presented for encephalographic
monitoring, which did not show epileptic activity. The provider diagnosed “Psychogenic nonepileptic attacks (PNEA). Assign the correct diagnosis code for PNEA.
9. The patient underwent open repair of a middle cerebral artery fusiform aneurysm. Because of a
wide neck, the aneurysm was not amenable to clipping. The surgeon wrapped the aneurysm with
muslin gauze. Assign the appropriate procedure code for this type of aneurysm
10. The patient presented with a clogged gastrojejunostomy tube. Assign the appropriate
diagnosis code for a clogged gastrojejunostomy tube.
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Continuing Education Quiz
Due on or before September 30, 2019
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