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Trauma Part 1 Quiz

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1) An open wound can be further specified in ICD-10 to any of the following EXCEPT:
2) Default codes for fractures include all of the following EXCEPT:
3) A patient is admitted with traumatic pneumothorax due to multiple rib fractures following a motor vehicle collision. Treatment included multiple pain meds and compression wraps of the ribs with chest tube for the pneumothorax for 3 days. What is the principal diagnosis in this clinical scenario?
4) A patient presents with a gunshot wound to the abdomen following a firearm assault with extensive “blast injury” to the right colon requiring right hemicolectomy. How should the gunshot wound/blast injury of the right colon be coded?
5) Patient admitted following MVA with a concussion without loss of consciousness, a distal right radius fracture requiring closed reduction and casting, and a traumatic right pneumothorax requiring a chest tube for 3 days. What is the principal diagnosis in this clinical scenario?
6) A gunshot wound (GSW) of the brain would be indexed in ICD-10-CM to:
7) Patient admitted status post MVA with left femur fracture, left tibial fracture, and left medial malleolus fracture. Surgical procedures included ORIF of femur fracture, tibial shaft fracture, and medial malleolus fracture. The principal diagnosis is:
8) 24-year-old male suffered a stab wound of the chest with laceration of left lung. What ICD-10 code(s) are assigned?
9) Chapter 19 coding guidelines for injuries and fractures includes the following chapter-specific guidelines EXCEPT:
10) Although the chapter-specific coding guidelines for injuries state that the code for the most serious injury, as determined by the provider and the focus of treatment, is sequenced first, the general coding guidelines for Selection of Principal Diagnosis (Section II.C) are applicable when assigning the principal diagnosis for injuries and fractures.
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