Are you or do you know of someone who doesn't like to bother the Doctor for an explanation of a procedure that he/she has done so that you can ensure that the proper code was selected? Perhaps the Doctor is really busy and cannot help you with your question or you may be just plain confused. Well the peer review editorial team at Contexo Media has put this extensive reference book together to help break down the clinical barrier and answer some commonly asked questions.
The book begins with Prefixes and suffixes and an anatomy section (always helpful). After that it is divided into sections that comply with the layout of the CPT so it is very easy to find the section that you are looking for. In total the book covers over 8,000 CPT® codes so you should have no problems find the answers you need. Also scattered throughout the book are code-specific illustrations so understanding those procedures is made so much simpler as you can relate the clinical terms to the anatomy and physiology.
If you want to know more about this or any of the other Plain Description books, you can go to www.codingbooks.com where you will be able to download the table of contents and some sample pages.