(I) Abdomen, Pelvis

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CCI component 1 codes - what organ was something done to
Procedure: (I) Abdomen, Pelvis
CCI 1 code: 3.OT
Start Date: 2019-01-01

This procedure is a part of CCI Collection. This is one of the CCI component 1 codes - what organ was something done to.

Additional Info

Collecting "CCI collect each" items

  • "CCI collect each" items are entered each time they happen
  • If they happen more than once on a day, enter the number of times as Px Count for that day, otherwise enter a Px Count of 1

Code only if done by Radiology or Cardiology

  • Code diagnostic imaging procedures only if performed by Radiology or Cardiology for which there is an order.
    • Examples: a bedside echo done by a cardiology tech should be coded, but a bedside echo done by the ICU fellow should not be coded. An echo done informally by the cardiology team (i.e. informal in that no actual order was put in for it) should not be coded.

Multiple Views or Sequences at one sitting

  • When a single imaging modality is used to look at a single body segment, then this is counted as ONE imaging study, even if during that study there are multiple views, or sequences, etc.
    • e.g. if a AXR (abdominal plain X-ray) or CXR (plain film) film comprises multiple views/films done at one sitting, only count it as ONE.
    • e.g. if an MRI is done and several different sequences are done of the same body part, that counts as ONE.
    • e.g. if a cardiac echo is done and they do both 2-D, M-mode, Doppler, and contrast-enhanced, this counts as ONE.
    • these examples hold for all types of imaging procedures, as long as they're of the same body part.

Guideline about Coding CCI vs ICD10 imaging codes

  • There are a set of "imaging codes" in ICD10, but these are not to code that an imaging test was performed, but to code that a result was abnormal --- and like all the ICD10 codes for abnormal symptoms or signs or test results, they are mainly to be used when the actual diagnosis CAUSING the abnormal findings is not known.

ICD10 Imaging diagnoses and other diagnoses that require imaging should be coded together with corresponding Imaging Pxs, where we have a code for them. Coding both is not redundant because the ICD10 will only be coded for abnormal results, and we don't have CCI coding options for every kind of imaging. Coding both as appropriate will cover all the ways we are interested in this data.

Alternate CCIs to consider coding instead or in addition

Other procedure in abdomen:
 Has CCI Picklist CodeHas CCI 1 CodeHas CCI 2 Code
(D) Abdominal, Pelvic or Peritoneal Cavity, NOS2.OT
(D) Adrenal Gland2.PB
(D) Anus, Rectum2.NQ
(D) Cervix2.RN
(D) Esophagus2.NA
(D) Fallopian Tube2.RF
(D) Gallbladder or bile ducts2.OD
(D) Hip Joint2.VA
(D) Intraabdominal, Pelvic, Inguinal Lymph Nodes2.MG
(D) Kidney2.PC
(D) Large Intestine2.NM
(D) Liver2.OA
(D) Muscles of Chest and Abdomen, NOS2.SY
(D) Musculoskeletal System, NOS2.WZ
(D) Ovary, Fallopian Tube2.RB
(D) Pancreas2.OJ
(D) Pelvic Bones2.SQ
(D) Penis, Scrotum2.QE
(D) Prostate2.QT
(D) Skin, NOS2.YZ
(D) Small Intestine2.NK
(D) Soft Tissue of Chest, Abdomen, NOS2.SZ
(D) Spleen2.OB
(D) Stomach or Pylorus2.NF
(D) Testis, Related Structures2.QM
(D) Ureter, Bladder, Urethra2.PM
(D) Uterus, Related Structures2.RM
(D) Vagina2.RS
(D) Vessels of Pelvis, Perineum and Gluteal Region2.KT
(D) Vulva, Perineum2.RW
(I) Total Body3.ZZ
(T) Abdominal Aorta1.KA
(T) Abdominal Arteries, NOS1.KE
(T) Abdominal, Pelvic or Peritoneal Cavity, NOS1.OT
(T) Adrenal Gland1.PB
(T) Anus, Rectum1.NQ
(T) Aorta, NOS1.ID
(T) Appendix1.NV
(T) Cervix1.RN
(T) Diaphragm1.GX
(T) Digestive System, NOS1.OZ
(T) Female Genital Tract, NOS1.RZ
(T) Gallbladder, Bile Ducts1.OD
(T) Hip Joint1.VA
(T) Intraabdominal, Pelvic, Inguinal Lymph Nodes1.MG
(T) Kidney1.PC
(T) Large Intestine1.NM
(T) Liver1.OA
(T) Male Genital Tract, NOS1.QZ
(T) Muscles of Chest, Abdomen, NOS1.SY
(T) Nerves of Lower Trunk, Leg1.BT
(T) Other or Unknown Part of Body1.^^
(T) Ovary, Fallopian Tube1.RB
(T) Pancreas1.OJ
(T) Pelvic Bones1.SQ
(T) Penis, Scrotum1.QE
(T) Prostate1.QT
(T) Skin, NOS1.YZ
(T) Small Intestine1.NK
(T) Soft Tissue of Chest, Abdomen, NOS1.SZ
(T) Spleen1.OB
(T) Stomach, Pylorus1.NF
(T) Surgically Constructed Sites in Digestive and Biliary Tract1.OW
(T) Surgically Created Sites in Urinary Tract1.PV
(T) Testis, Related Structures1.QM
(T) Total Body1.ZZ
(T) Ureter, Bladder or Urethra1.PM
(T) Urinary System, NOS1.PZ
(T) Uterus and Surrounding Structures1.RM
(T) Vagina1.RS
(T) Veins of Abdomen, Legs1.KR
(T) Vena Cava1.IS
(T) Vertebral Bones1.SC
(T) Vessels of Pelvis, Perineum, Gluteal Region1.KT
(T) Vulva or Perineum1.RW
AXR (abdominal plain X-ray)3.OT.10.VA
Other procedure in Imaging Px:
 Has CCI Picklist CodeHas CCI 1 CodeHas CCI 2 Code
(I) Arm3.TZ
(I) Digestive System, NOS3.OZ
(I) Head3.ER
(I) Leg3.VZ
(I) Neck3.FY
(I) Spinal Cord and/or Vertebrae (any segments)3.AW
(I) Thorax3.GY
(I) Total Body3.ZZ
AXR (abdominal plain X-ray)3.OT.10.VA
Angiogram, aortic (any part of aorta)3.ID.10.V^
Angiogram, artery NOS (except specifically coded)3.KV.10.VX
Angiogram, cerebral (including vertebral arteries)3.JM.10.V^
Angiogram, coronary (diagnostic cardiac catheterization)3.IP.10.V^
Angiogram, pulmonary artery (pulmonary arteriogram)3.IM.10.V^
Angiogram, vein3.KX.10.VC
CT of chest with PE protocol (CT angiogram of pulmonary vessels)3.JY.20
CXR (plain film)3.GY.10.VA
Cardiac CT or Cardiac CT angiogram (with or without coronary arteries)3.IP.20
Cardiac MRI3.IP.40
Cardiac nuclear scan (e.g. MUGA)3.IP.70
Computerized Tomography (CT)20
ECHO (echocardiogram of heart)3.IP.30
MRI40
Nuclear Imaging70i
Ultrasound30

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