ICD-10-CM Coding of Chromosomol Abnormalities reflects the exponential growth of genomic testing and therapeutics. Diagnosis of these conditions often occurs in the obstetrical and pediatric settings.
Accurate and complete coding requires detailed understanding of how abnormalities are characterized (mosaicism, numerical and structural abnormalities), how tests are used to determine carrier or susceptibility status, and interpreting the unique language used by providers to identify conditions. Specifically:
- Learn to correctly code the results of genetic testing including genetic carrier status, genetic susceptibility, and screening tests
- Understand concepts related to chromosomes and gene defects that are used in the ICD-10-CM Code set
- Compare and contrast normal chromosomal arrangements compare with various abnormal arrangement
- Recognize the descriptions of numerical and structural abnormalities of chromosomes and locating the correct code
- Classify chromosomal abnormalities associated with sex chromosomes and locate the correct code
- Differentiate between problems with an entire chromosome and problems with a single gene and how the coding differs
- A proprietary downloadable chart summarizing chromosomal abnormalities.
- Course features interactive, explanatory images, audio recordings by industry experts, detailed explanations of the coding process, and check yourself quizzes to ensure material is being mastered.
- Bonus content includes carefully selected references from Merck Professional Edition.
- and more!
ICD-10-CM: Coding of Chromosomal Abnormalities Syllabus
- What is a gene
- What is DNA
- What is a Chromosome
Autosomes vs Sex Chromosomes
- Q90 – Down’s Syndrome
- Q91 – Trisomy 18 and Trisomy 13
- Q92 – Other Trisomies and Partial Trisomies of the Autosomes, NEC
- Q93 – Monosomies and Deletions from the Autosomes, NEC
- Q95 – Balanced Rearrangements and Structural Markers, NEC
- Q96 – Turner’s Syndrome
- Q97 – Other Sex Chromosome Abnormalities, Female Phenotype, NEC
- Q98 – Other Sex Chromosome Abnormalities, Male Phenotype, NEC
- Q99 – Other Chromosomal Abnormalities, NEC
Types of Issues
- Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome
- Mosaic Down’s Syndrome
- Ring chromosome 14 syndrome
- Trisomy 18
- Turner Syndrome
- Triple X Syndrome
- Klinefelter Syndrome
- Numerical abnormalities
- Trisomy 21 (Down’s Syndrome)
- Structural abnormalities
- Ring Shape
- Balanced Arrangement
- Unbalanced Arrangement
- Dicentric chromosomes
Triploidy and Polyploidy
Carrier or Susceptibility Status
Genetic Carrier Status
- Antenatal and Newborn
The level of effort to complete this course, start to finish, is equivalent to 1 CEU and should take you approximately 1-3 hours to complete. Remember: You have access to the course materials for the full 4-week enrollment period and we encourage you to re-review any materials that are helpful to you.
Certificate of Completion
Upon successful completion of the course work, student will be able to download a Libman Education Certificate of Completion. The Certificate of Completion will list the course as awarding 1 CEU.
AHIMA: 1 CEU
This course has been approved for continuing education units (CEUs) for use in fulfilling the continuing education requirements of the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA). Granting prior approval from AHIMA does not constitute endorsement of the program content or its program sponsor.
AAPC: 1 CEU
This program has the prior approval of AAPC for continuing education hours. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.
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