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AAPC CPC CHAPTER 4 (ICD-10-CM CODING CHAPTERS 1-11) Flashcards
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- This was irrigated copiously and the left lower quadrant subhepatic and pelvic abscesses were likewise discovered containing the same foul smelling dark bloody fluid.
- Because of diffuse ooze in the area and the fact that the patient would be scheduled for a return visit to the operating room tomorrow to reinspect the abscess cavities, it was elected to leave two laparotomy pads in the left upper quadrant and Vac Pak the abdomen.
- The Vac Pak was created using blue towels and Ioban dressings in the usual fashion with ten mm fully perforated flat Jackson-Pratt drains brought out at the appropriate level.
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CASE nine Operative Report PREOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: Splenic abscesses and multiple intra-abdominal abscesses, related to HIV, AIDS, and hepatitis C. POSTOPERATIVE DIAGNOSES: Splenic abscesses and multiple intra-abdominal abscesses, related to HIV, AIDS, and hepatitis C. OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: 1. Exploratory laparotomy with drainage of multiple intra-abdominal abscesses. 2. Splenectomy. 3. Vac Pak closure. FINDINGS: This is a 42-year-old man who was recently admitted to the medical service with a splenic defect and found to a splenic vein thrombosis. He was treated with antibiotics and anticoagulation. He returned and was admitted with a CT scan showing mass of left upper quadrant with abscesses surrounding both sides of the spleen, as well as, multiple other intra-abdominal abscesses below the left lobe of the liver in both lower quadrants and in the pelvis. The patient has a psychiatric illness and was difficult to consent and had been anticoagulated with an INR of 3. Once those issues were resolved by psychiatry consultation and phone consent from the patients father, he was brought to the operating room. OPERATIVE PROCEDURE: The patient was brought to operating room , a time-out procedure was performed. He was already receiving parenteral antibiotics. He was placed in the supine position and then given a general endotracheal anesthetic. Anesthesia started multiple IVs and an arterial line. A Foley catheter was sterilely inserted with some difficulty requiring a Coude catheter. After the abdomen was prepped and draped in the sterile fashion , a long midline incision was made through the skin. This was carried through the subcutaneous tissues and down through the midline fascia using the Bovie. The fascia was opened in the midline. The entire left upper quadrant was replaced with an abscess peel separate from the free peritoneal cavity. This was opened, and at least three to four L of foul smelling crankcase colored fluid were removed. once the abscess cavity was completely opened, it was evident that the spleen was floating within this pus as had been predicted by the CT. This was irrigated copiously and the left lower quadrant subhepatic and pelvic abscesses were likewise discovered containing the same foul smelling dark bloody fluid. All of these areas were sucked out, irrigated, and the procedure repeated multiple times. We thought it reasonable to go ahead with the splenectomy. The anatomic planes were obviously terribly distorted. There was no clear margin between stomach spleen, colon spleen, etc., but most of the dense attachments were to the abscess cavity peel. Using this as a guide, the spleen was eventually rotated up and out to the point where the upper attachments presumably where the short gastric used to reside were taken via Harmonic scalpel. The single fire of a forty-five mm stapler with vascular load was taken across the lower pole followed by two firings of the echelon stapler across the hilum. This controlled most of the ongoing bleeding. Single bleeding site below the splenic artery was controlled with two stitches, one of 3-0 Prolene and the other of 4-0 Prolene. Because of diffuse ooze in the area and the fact that the patient would be scheduled for a return visit to the operating room tomorrow to reinspect the abscess cavities, it was elected to leave two laparotomy pads in the left upper quadrant and Vac Pak the abdomen. The Vac Pak was created using blue towels and Ioban dressings in the usual fashion with ten mm fully perforated flat Jackson-Pratt drains brought out at the appropriate level. The patient was critical throughout the procedure and will be taken directly to the intensive care unit, intubated, with a plan for reexploration and removal of the packs tomorrow. The patient received four units of packed cells during the procedure, as well as albumin and a large volume of crystalloid. There were no intraoperative complications noted and the specimen sent included the spleen. Cultures from the abscess cavity were also taken. What diagnosis code(s) are reported?
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