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(TCO 5) This term describes a slightly movable joint, such as the connection between the ribs and the sternum.

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  1. (TCO 5) This term describes a slightly movable joint, such as the connection between the ribs and the sternum.
  2. (TCO 3) When a vasectomy is accomplished using electrocautery to sever the vas deferens, the root operation assigned is:
  3. (TCO 3) If a renal transplant is rejected, the later removal of the transplanted kidney is coded to the root operation:
  4. (TCO 3) The placement or insertion of a urinary catheter is coded to the root operation:
  5. (TCO 5) This term describes an immovable joint, such as the sutures between the bones of the head.
  6. (TCO 3) Tenolysis is coded to the root operation of:
  7. (TCO 3) The root operation used to code an orchiopexy is:
  8. (TCO 5) Examples of these devices include: a monoplanar device, a uniplane device, limb-lengthening device, and a ring device
  9. (TCO 5) This term describes a freely movable joint, such as shoulders, knees, and elbows.
  10. (TCO 5) This approach is not available as an option in the muscular system
  11. (TCO 3) The root operation assigned for a patient that has a circumcision is:
  12. (TCO 3) Tenotomy is coded to the root operation of:
  13. TCO 3) If the objective of the procedure is to cut into, transect, or otherwise separate all or a portion of a body part, the root operation is:
  14. (TCO 4) This body part, while frequently accessed through the urinary system and the cause of many urinary problems, is not a part of the urinary system in ICD-10-PCS. It is a body part within the male reproductive system.
  15. (TCO 3) When a urinary calculus is broken up, such as with extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy, the root operation assigned is:

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