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    6. Contact dermatitis that is caused by an irritant such as detergent can be found in this code category.
    7. This chronic condition found at L40 presents as a thick, patchy, red rash that has silvery, white scales.
    10. A pilonidal cyst is located at code category and is a sac filled with skin and hair and located at the bottom of the tailbone close to the natal cleft of the buttocks.
    11. Burns are coded according to burn site, degree of burn, and total ____ _____ area affected.
    12. A pressure ulcer, often called a bed sore or decubitus ulcer, may be reported from code category ____.
    13. An autoimmune disease with a sudden loss of hair caused by immune system attacking hair follicles (L63.-).
    15. These injuries include friction burns, blisters, abrasions, insect bites, and splinters and can be found in Chapter 19.
    17. The stage of a pressure ulcer when there is partial thickness skin loss involving the epidermis or dermis.
    20. This is a bruise or hematoma.
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    1. When superficial injuries and ____ occur along with a more serious injury to the same site, they should not be coded.
    2. L51.0-L51.9 are codes for erythema ______, and notes at these codes indicate other codes need to be assigned as well.
    3. Caused by group A streptococci or Staphylococcus aureus bacteria that enters the skin, many times by way of cuts or insect bites and located at L01.
    4. N64.4 describes pain in the breast and is located under Category N64, Other disorders of breast.
    5. Tool used to determine the percentage of body surface area that has been affected by a burn.
    8. This type of toenail (L60) is due to the skin next to the nail receiving pressure from the nail.
    9. A 7th character of 'S' appended to a code from Chapter 19 means this.
    14. Also known as hives, this rash is triggered by certain foods, medications, and stress (L50).
    16. Corns and calluses are usually due to friction and are reported with this code.
    18. A precancerous skin condition caused by years of sun exposure is called _____ keratosis (L57) and needs an additional code for source of ultraviolet radiation.
    19. A laceration, puncture wound, or open bite is considered this type of wound.