Eye and Ocular Adnexa, Auditory Systems

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Diseases of t he Ear��


 
  
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Anteroir Segment
 
The cornea up to the vitreous body which includes the aqueous humor, iris and lens.
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Aqueous Humor
 
A clear, salty fluid filling thw area behind the cornea in front of th eris. 
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Blepharoplasty
 
Surgical repair of the eyelid. 
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Buccal Mucosa
 
Amucous tissue lining the cheek.
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Cholesteastoma
 
A benign growth of the skin in the middle ear, usually caused by chronic otitis media.
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Catatacts
 
Flaws or clouds that develop in the crystal line lens.
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Cerumen
 
Ear wax
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Choroid
 
The middle layer b/t the retina an dthe sclera in the posterior segment of the eye. -It nurishes...
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Ciliary Body
 
Thickened layer of the vascular tunic which contains the muscle that controls the shape of...
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Cochlea
 
An inner structure that looks like a snail-shell. -Dividedinto 2 canals and the organ of...
11
Conjunctiva
 
Thin protective layer lining the eyelid and covering the sclera.
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Cornea
 
"bay window" Five layers refracting light entering the eye.
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Crystalline Lens
 
A convex disc suspended on threads just behind the iris.
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Dacryoloth
 
Calculus on the lacrima.
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Enucleation
 
Removal of a structure such as the eyeball.
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Esotropia
 
Condition where the eye deviates inward.
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Evisceration
 
Procedure where the contents of the eye are scooped out, but the sclera shell remains connected...
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Exenteration
 
Removal pf a complete structure and surrounding skin, fat muscle and bone is removed.
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External Auditory Meatus
 
Pathway from the pinna (outer ear) to the tympanic membrane.
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Exotropia
 
Condition where the eye deviates outward.
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Glaucoma
 
Thypertensive condition of the eye caused by too much pressure from fluid.
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Goniotomy
 
pprocedure; opening is made in the trabecular meshwork of the front part of the eye. -provider...
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Hypertropia
 
eye deviates upward.
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Incus
 
Tiny bone(ossicle) middle ear.
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Iris
 
Musclar ring around the pupil regulating the amount of light that enters the pupil. -Source...
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Limbus
 
Ring where the cornea meets the sclera. -Scleracornea junction.
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Malleus
 
Tiny bone (ossicle) in the middle ear that picks up vibration from the tympantic membrane.
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Mastoiditis
 
Inflammation or infection or infection of the mastoid bone.
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Menier's Disease
 
Most common form of peripheral vertigo and is caused by dilation of the lymphatic channel of...
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Nystagmus
 
Reflexive jerky eye movements as a response to the message of the inner ear.
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Microtia
 
Congential deformity of the ear.
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Ossciles
 
Tiny bones in the middle of the ear.
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Otitis Media
 
Middle ear infection
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Perilymph
 
Fluid in the coclea which from the inner to the middle ear.
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Puncta
 
Tiny opening of the tear ducts.
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Pupil
 
Opening of the center of th eye where light enter.
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Mastoid
 
Boen in the skull jsut behind the ear containingtiny air cells that also form a conductive...
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Refraction
 
Focus and direction of light.
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Retina
 
Layer of tissue in the back of the eye that is light sensitive.
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Retrobullar
 
Space behind the eye.
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Round window
 
Membrane covered window from the inner ear to the middle ear.
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Sclera
 
White outer skin of the eye, and is covered with a thin protective layer of conjuctiva.
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Semicircular canals
 
Three tiny tubes in the inner ear filled with fluid to assist in balance.
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Stapes
 
Tiny bones (ossciles) in the middle ear.
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Strabismus
 
Condition where the yes are not properly aligned with wach other.
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Tenon's Capsule
 
Connective tissue surrounding the posterior eyeball.
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Trachoma
 
Bacterial infection of the eye.
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Tympanis membrane
 
Thin, delicate tissue seperating the outer ear from the inner ear.
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Vestibular Schwannoma
 
A benign tumor arising from nerve cells of the auditory nerve. Also called acoustic neuroma.
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Vertigo
 
Dizziness resulting in loss of balance.
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Visual Field
 
Total area that can be seen by peripheral vision.
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Vitreous Humor
 
Gel-like mass that fills th elarge posterior chamber of the eye.
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ICD-9 Disorders of the eye and Adnexa
 
360 - 379
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ICD-9 Opthalmic Complications of Herpes Zoster
 
053.2x
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ICD-9 Herpes Simplex
 
054.4x
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Trachoma  ICD-9
 
076.x
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Infectious forms of conjuctivitis  ICD-9
 
077.x
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Retinal freckle  ICD-9
 
239.81
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Diseases of the Ear and Mastoid Process ICD-9
 
380-389
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CPT Eyeball
 
65091-65290
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CPT Anterior Segment
 
65400-66999
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CPT Anterior Chamber
 
65800-65815
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CPT Iris, Ciliary Body
 
66500
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Cyclectomy CPT
 
66605 Removing part of the ciliary muscle along with the lesion.
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CPT Ocular Adnexa
 
67811-67999
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CPT Conjunctiva
 
680202-68899
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General Ophthalmoloical Services CPT
 
92002 - 92014
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Special Ophthalmological Services CPT
 
92015-92140
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Ophthalmoscopy CPT
 
92225 - 92260
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Contact Lens Services CPT
 
92310 - 92326
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Spectacle Services CPT
 
92340 - 92371
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External ear CPT
 
69000 - 69399
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Middle Ear CPT
 
69400 - 69799
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Inner Ear CPT
 
69801 - 69949
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Special Otorhinolarynological Services CPT
 
92502 - 92700
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Vestibular Fubtion Tests CPT
 
92531 - 92548
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Audiological Function Tests w/ Medical Dx Eval. CPT
 
92550 - 92597
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Eval. and Therapeutic Services CPT
 
92601-92640
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Phakic
 
patients own lens
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Pseudophakic
 
artificial lens
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Aphakic
 
No lens
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50 modifier
 
bilateral procedure
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E1
 
Upper left eyelid
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E2
 
Lower left eyelid
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E3
 
Upper right eyelid
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E4
 
Lower right eyelid
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LS
 
FDA-  monitored IOL inplant
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LT
 
Left
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RT
 
Right
90
PL
 
Progressive addditional lenses
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VP
 
Aphakic patient


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