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ICD-10-CM

International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision, Clinical Modification

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Who develops ICD-10 codes?

WHO (World Health Organization)

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WHO

World Health Organization

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What is the distinction between Excludes1 and Excludes2?

Excludes1 means not coded here - the excluded code should not be coded at the same time as the code above the Excludes1 note

Excludes2 means the condition is not included here - it isn't included in the code listed above but it may be coded at the same time

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If the reason for treatment is a primary malignancy, how is this situation coded?

the primary malignancy is listed first, followed by any metastatic site(s)

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If the reason for treatment is a secondary malignancy, how is this situation coded?

the secondary malignancy is listed first, followed by primary malignancy

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If the reason for treatment is a pregnant patient with a malignant neoplasm, how is this situation coded?

a code from subcategory O9A.1- (Malignant neoplasm complicating pregnancy) is sequenced first followed by a code for the neoplasm

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If the reason for treatment is a complication associated with a neoplasm, how is this situation coded?

the complication is listed first, followed by a code for the neoplasm (an exception to this is anemia)

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If the reason for treatment is complication from a surgical procedure for treatment of a neoplasm, how is this situation coded?

the complication is listed first, followed by a code for the neoplasm or history of neoplasm

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If the reason for treatment is a pathologic fracture due to a neoplasm, how is this situation coded?

When the focus of the treatment is the focus of the treatment, a code from M84.5 (Pathologic fracture in neoplastic disease) is sequenced first, followed by a code for the neoplasm.

If the neoplasm is the focus of treatment, the code for the neoplasm is first, followed by a code for the pathologic fracture.

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What does Adverse Effect mean?

the patient had an adverse effect of a drug that was correctly prescribed and properly administered

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What does Poisoning mean?

improper use of a medication which includes overdose, wrong substance given or taken in error, wrong route of administration, interaction of drugs and alcohol, etc

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What does Underdosing mean?

refers to taking less of a medication than is prescribed by a provider or a manufacturer's instruction

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What does Toxic Effects mean?

indicates a harmful substance is ingested or comes in contact with a person