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I then placed needle into the disc spaces and was found to be at C5-C6. Distracting pins were placed in the body of C6. The disc was then completely removed at C5-C6. There was very significant compression of the cord.

Machine bone allograft was placed into C5-C6 and then a Zephyr plate was placed in the body C6 with a metal pin placed into the body at C5. Excellent purchase was obtained.

3) When a partial corpectomy is performed at C5 and C6 report CPT code 22554 for the arthrodesis with 63081 and 63082.

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Two codes are reported because the corpectomy procedure is performed on two vertebral segments.

CPT codes 63081-63091 include a discectomy above and/or below the vertebral segment, so code 63075 would not be reported if performed at the C5-C6 interspace.

Some guidance on coding such procedures can also be located in the Spine coding guidelines.

He came to the emergency room via an ambulance and was treated for second and third degree burns of his face, second degree burn on his shoulders and forearms, and third degree burns on the fronts of his thighs.

Answer: B. Burn codes always have no less than three codes: A burn code, a total body surface area code, and an E code.

Burn codes have the following rules, always code one location to the highest degree.

When sequencing burn codes always list the highest degree first.

Answer B is the answer because its codes describe the highest degree burn to each anatomical location, it sequences the burn codes in order of highest to lowest degree burns, the 948 has the correct calculation, and the E code correctly describes the bonfire incident.

We'd like to thank MTSamples for providing some of the dictation for our operative report questions as well as the ASC Review for their coding guidance article by the American Medical Association.

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