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Past ICD-10 Quizzes

Take QuizA 6-year-old child presents with fever and right ear pain. Examination reveals acute right serous otitis media with slight perforation of the central portion of the tympanic membrane. Of note, the patient’s parents are smokers, and the patient is often exposed to cigarette smoke in the home and automobile.
Take QuizWhat is the appropriate code assignment for an unspecified diabetic foot ulcer?
Take QuizWhich of the following criteria is used in ICD-10-CM when coding for traumatic kidney injuries?
Take QuizWhat information must be documented to report aplastic anemia correctly?
Take QuizWhat is the correct code to indicate an HIV-positive patient who has never been treated for an HIV-related condition?
Take QuizA 10-year-old acutely ill girl is brought to the emergency department by her parents with a high fever, nausea, vomiting, headache, and stiff neck. Lumbar puncture is performed, and the provider documents echoviral meningitis as the primary diagnosis. How would you classify this child’s condition in ICD-10-CM?
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