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The urologist performs a fine needle aspiration of the kidney with ultrasound guidance provided by the radiologist. How are the urologist’s services coded?
dx: US bx, stereotactic core bx, fine needle aspiration, wire directed excisional bx
intraductal papilloma
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Biopsy of a lymph node by fine needle aspiration without image guidance.
Code: 10021
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5. Nurse April is teaching a client who suspects that she has a lump in her breast. The nurse instructs the client that a diagnosis of breast cancer is confirmed by: a. breast self-examination. b. mammography. c. fine needle aspiration. d. chest X-ray.
c. fine needle aspiration. Fine needle aspiration and biopsy provide cells for histologic examination to confirm a diagnosis of cancer.
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4. A patient with a small breast lump is advised to have a fine needle aspiration (FNA) biopsy. The nurse explains that an advantage to this procedure is that a. only a small incision is necessary, resulting in minimal breast pain and scarring. b. if the specimen is positive for malignancy, the patient can be told at the visit. c. if the specimen is negative for malignancy, the patient’s fears of cancer can be put to rest. d. FNA is guided by a mammogram, ensuring that cells are taken from the lesion.
B Rationale: An FNA should only be done when an experienced cytologist is available to read the specimen immediately. If the specimen is positive for malignancy, the patient can be given this information immediately. No incision is needed. If the specimen is negative for malignancy, the patient will require biopsy of the lump. FNA is not guided by mammography.
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