A 14-year-old is seen in the office for a 70 minute assessment of the childs attention span. The child is exp?
A 14-year-old is seen in the office for a 70 minute assessment of the childs attention span. The child is experiencing increasingly severe episodes of daydreaming. The physician conducts a clinical assessment of the childs cognitive function. What is the cpt for this Provide diagnosis and procedure codes for each of the case studies below in a Word document and submit your file.CASE 1: Location: Outpatient clinic RADIOLOGY REPORT BILATERAL SCREENING MAMMOGRAM: The tissue of both breasts is heterogeneously dense. This may reduce the sensitivity of mammography. No significant masses, calcifications, or other findings are seen in either breast. IMPRESSION: NEGATIVE MAMMOGRAM There is no mammographic evidence of malignancy. A 1-year screening mammogram is recommended. Diagnosis: 1. Screening Mammogram. Answer: _____ Procedure: 1. Mammogram. Answer: _____ CASE 2: Location: Outpatient hospital RADIOLOGY REPORT EXAMINATION OF: X-ray of left ankle CLINICAL SYMPTOMS: Charcot joint LEFT ANKLE RADIOGRAPHS, 2:05 PM: Three views were submitted of the left ankle. No prior studies. There is some soft tissue swelling adjacent to the distal fibula. Plantar catcaneat spurring is seen. There are radiopaque densities seen along the plantar aspect of the foot, including hindfoot and midfoot. Question if there is overlying bandage with radiopaque densities or that could relate to soft tissue calcifications. Suggest clinical correlation. No obvious acute fracture or dislocation is seen. Suggest clinical correlation regarding further assessment of the foot with left foot radiographs. Diagnosis: 1. Charcot joint disease. Answer: _____, _____ Procedure: 1. X-ray of left ankle. Answer: _____ CASE 3: SURGICAL PATHOLOGY CLINICAL HISTORY: BENIGN HYPERTROPHY OF PROSTATE SPECIMEN RECEIVED: PROSTATE CHIPS GROSS DESCRIPTION: The specimen is labeled with the patient's name and "prostate," which consists of approximately 27 gm of pink-tan rubbery prostate fragments. Representative sections in 10 cassettes. MICROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION: Sections of prostate show both glandular and stromal nodular hyperptasia. Focally, glands show variable cystic dilatation, basal cell hyperplasia and there are focal mild acute and chronic inflammatory infiltrates. A few fragments show prostatic urethra with benign urothetium and mild chronic inflammatory infiltrates. There is a focus of infiltrative single, separate, loosely packed, small uniform tow grade malignant glands with slightly enlarged hyperchromatic nuclei with nucleoli, with some cautery artifact, involving less than 1% of the specimen. DIAGNOSIS: Transurethral resection prostate: Focal adenocarcinoma, primary Gleason grade 2, involving less than 1% of the specimen and adenomyomatous hyperplasia with mild acute and chronic inflammation. Diagnosis: 1. Adenocarcinoma of the prostate. Answer: _____ Procedure: 1. Transurethral resection of prostate, pathology. Answer: __Need help answering these questions
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Breast cancer is a disease in which cancer cells grow in the breast tissue.

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