• Coding app
    DIAGNOSIS:Localized degenerative arthritis, left distal clavicle, with persistence of arthritic symptoms OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: Removal of distal 1 cm (centimeter) left clavicle (claviculectomy). After satisfactory level of general anesthesia was reached and patient was in the supine position, he was further...
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  • Ceritification Assignemtn
    PROCEDURE: Removal of distal 1 cm (centimeter) left clavicle (claviculectomy). After satisfactory level of general anesthesia was reached and patient was in the supine position, he was further placed in a beach chair position. A longitudinal incision was created over the region of the left AC joint...
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  • Week 2
    arthritis, left distal clavicle, with persistence of arthritic symptoms OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: Removal of distal 1 cm (centimeter) left clavicle (claviculectomy). After satisfactory level of general anesthesia was reached and patient was in the supine position, he was further placed in a beach chair...
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  • Cpt Test Week 1
    OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: Removal of distal 1 cm (centimeter) left clavicle After satisfactory level of general anesthesia was reached and patient was in the supine position, he was further placed in a beach chair position. A longitudinal incision was created over the region of the left AC joint. At this time...
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  • 25 Pohfsg
    Almaz, MD DIAGNOSIS: Localized degenerative arthritis, left distal clavicle, with persistence of arthritic symptoms OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: Removal of distal 1 cm (centimeter) left clavicle After satisfactory level of general anesthesia was reached and patient was in the supine position, he was...
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  • Medical Billing and Coding
    OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: Removal of distal 1 cm (centimeter) left clavicle After satisfactory level of general anesthesia was reached and patient was in the supine position, he was further placed in a beach chair position. A longitudinal incision was created over the region of the left AC joint. At...
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  • Billing and Coding
    Almaz, MD DIAGNOSIS: Localized degenerative arthritis, left distal clavicle, with persistence of arthritic symptoms OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: Removal of distal 1 cm (centimeter) left clavicle After satisfactory level of general anesthesia was reached and patient was in the supine position, he...
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  • Adadsfsf
    an electro-coagulation device. Formal bursectomy is only necessary anteriorly. The posterior bursa is left undisturbed to minimise bleeding. A second portal is created anterolaterally 1-2 cm distal from the tip of the acromion, in line with the anterior edge of the acromion. This portal is used as a...
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  • Appendiular Skeleton
    , Each long bone shares common features with other long bones. For example, one epiphysis is usually called the head, the diaphysis is called the shaft, and the head and shaft are normally separated by a neck. 8–1 The pectoral girdle attaches to the upper limbs and consists of the clavicles and scapulae...
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  • Cancer Cell
    artery and where there no evidence of metastatic spread to other organs should be candidates for surgery. The extent of the removal of the pancreas in the distal pancreatectomy depends on the location of the pancreas since an at least a half a centimeter of normal pancreas beyond visible tumor has...
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  • Upper Limbs and Thorax
    end of the clavicle. It enters the thorax by descending behind the medial end of the clavicle and the first costal cartilage in front of the pleura. The artery descends about 1 cm from the margin of the sternum, anterior to the pleura and posterior to the upper six costal cartilages, the spaces...
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  • Skeleton
    breadth Left clavicle sternal breadth Table 4. Dimensions of male and female Aboriginal clavicles (mm) The humerus The humerus is the longest and most robust bone of the arm. It comprises a cylindrical shaft, a broad and flattened distal end and a rounded articular surface on the proximal end...
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  • Exam 38176000 Med Billing & Coding
    descending branch is identified and this is 80% narrowed at its ostium. There is another 90% lesion in the distal 1/3 of this vessel. The AV branch is diminutive. LEFT CORONARY ARTERY: Left main trunk is calcified and has a 60%–70% distal narrowing. Left anterior descending is severely diseased...
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  • Move Yourself
    to 675 g at 7 cm. Age did not prove to be seriously limiting. These tensions were considerably below the biologically dangerous limit of 1,700 g determined by Cantrell and Folse [62]. Division of the left main bronchus allowed the advancement of the distal tracheal stump and right main bronchus. In...
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  • musculoskeletal system
    us, regardless of sex, has 12 pairs of ribs. The Sternum The adult sternum, or breastbone, is a flat bone that forms in the anterior midline of the thoracic wall. The sternum has three components : 1. The broad, triangular manubrium articulates with the clavicles and the cartilages of the first...
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  • Anatomy of the Shoulder and Scapula
    transfers for patients with paraplegia. | Only 5—10 degrees can be achieved. From a position of maximum elevation, the movement of shoulder depression can elevate the trunk 4-6 inches (10-15 cm). | | Scapular Protraction/ ABD | When the distal end of clavicle and scapula move anteriorly around the...
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  • Anatomy at a Glance
    These arteries and veins descend 1 cm lateral to the edge of the sternum. The pleura (Fig. 10.1) The apex of the pleura projects about 2.5 cm above the medial third of the clavicle. The lines of pleural reflection pass behind the sternoclavicular joints to meet in the midline at the level of the...
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  • scoli
    , followed by exploration if recovery is not evident immediate exploration of the radial nerve and fracture fixation immediate exploration of the radial nerve without fracture fixation removal of the coaptation splint and repeat reduction Preferred response: 1 Discussion: the answer to this question...
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  • A and P
    Metric Equivalents for length, mass, and volume. (In Lab Manual) Length 1. 1 kilometer = 1,000 meter 2. 1 meter= 100 cm 3. 1 decimeter=3.94 inches 4. 1 centimeter= 0.4 inches 5. 1 micrometer=0.001 mm Mass 1. 1,000kg=1ton 2. 1 kilogram=1,000g 3. 1 gram=1,000mg...
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  • Special Purpose Endotracheal Tubes
    far, as well as to provide stabilization of the distal portion of the DLET. A right-sided version, the White DLET, was also developed. However, neither of these types (Fig. 10) are currently popular because the carinal hook (1) increases the difficulty of passing the device through the glottis...
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