The best information and advise I can give you is to be sure you understand your coding guidelines, terminology and anatomy. Read each question and each answer. If any part of the answer is wrong the entire answer is wrong. Specific questions that may be on your exam I can not help you with. I took my exam in 2001 and part of taking the exam, along with ethics forbid any member or examinee from sharing or discussing the exam. Study your Procedure codes and Diagnostic codes. All the answers truly can be found in your coding books. Good Luck with your exam and have a great day!
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