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The patient has chalcosis, but the doctor doesn’t specify which eye is impacted. Which code should you report?
Your patient reports night blindness but she experiences it only after watching television. Which code should you report?
The patient presents with Brown’s sheath syndrome of the right eye. Which code should you report?
The patient is observed to have hypertropia of the left eye. Which code should you report?
A patient suffers from hemeralopia. What is the accurate code for this?
A patient had another recession strabismus procedure of the lateral rectus muscle. This muscle had previously been recessed during an operative session six months ago which resulted in scarring of the extraocular muscle. What CPT® code(s) is/are reported?
A 12-year-old male patient has an abscess located at the external auditory meatus. The ENT incises the abscess and packs it to absorb the drainage. What CPT® code is reported?
An 89 year-old patient who has significant partial opacities in the lens of the left eye presents for phacoemulsification and lens implantation. What ICD-10-CM code is reported?
The patient was taken to the operating room for repair of blepharoptosis. The provider everts the upper eyelid and places clamps across the everted undersurface of the upper lid. The tissue distal to the clamps is excised or resected. This tissue includes conjunctiva, tarsus, Muller’s muscle and the distal insertion of the levator aponeurosis. The remaining tissue is reattached and sutured. What CPT® code is reported?
What ICD-10-CM code is reported for an encounter for cataract screening?
A patient born with right and left prominent ears presents for an otoplasty of both ears. What CPT® code(s) are reported?
A patient born with right and left prominent ears presents for an otoplasty of both ears. ICD-10-CM code(s) are reported?
A 26-year-old female with a one-year history of a left tympanic membrane perforation has consented to have it repaired. A postauricular incision was made under general anesthesia. Dissection was carried down to the temporalis fascia and a 3 x 3 cm segment of fascia was harvested and satisfactorily desiccated. The tympanic membrane was excised. Using a high-speed drill, a canaloplasty was performed until the entire annulus could be seen. The ossicular chain was examined, it was found to be freely mobile. The previously harvested skin was trimmed and placed in the anterior canal angle with a slight overlapping over the temporalis fascia. Packing is placed in the ear canal, external incisions are closed, and dressings are applied. What CPT® code is reported?
A 53-year-old woman with scarring of the right cornea has significant corneal thinning with a high risk of perforation and underwent reconstruction of the ocular surface. The eye is incised and an operating microscope is used with sponges and forceps to debride necrotic corneal epithelium. Preserved human amniotic membrane is first removed from the storage medium and transplanted by trimming the membrane to fit the thinning area of the cornea then sutured. This process was repeated three times until the area of thinning is flush with surrounding normal thickness cornea. All of the knots are buried and a bandage contact lens is placed with topical antibiotic steroid ointment. What CPT® code is reported?
What ICD-10-CM code is reported for bilateral chronic otitis media with effusion?
A 60-year-old female with uncontrolled intraocular pressure and early cataracts is seen for a laser trabeculoplasty. This is her first treatment application. She will be examined over the next three months to ensure the normal inflammations subside. What CPT® code is reported?