Splenomegaly is more common among the male adults. It is expensive. Adult patients have higher medical expense. Adult patients see doctors more frequently.
  The patients have annual medical cost around $46,359
  In one year, the patients are expected to see doctors 56 times
  There are 3 diagnosis codes containing Splenomegaly
  Based on 710+ patients
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Popular Medical Services for Splenomegaly
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Statistics

$46,359
Annual Medical Cost
0.78
Annual Hospital Adms
56
Doctor Visits
53
Services Used
21
Doctors Used
$77,868
Annual Medical Charge
Drug Prevalence Average Charged Average Dispensed Average Supplied Days Average Supplied Quantity
  Oxycodone 19.77% $199 4.75 58 315
  Hydrocodone 17.19% $57 2.89 23 142
  Azithromycin 13.75% $79 1.98 11 15
  Amoxicillin 11.75% $72 2.05 19 87
  Prednisone 11.46% $33 3.29 66 150
  Ciprofloxacin 10.75% $84 2.12 31 50
  Lorazepam 10.32% $103 4.06 91 233
  Lisinopril 9.60% $179 6.37 259 268
  Omeprazole 9.60% $626 4.94 185 204
  Furosemide 9.31% $63 6.23 253 394
  Sulfamethoxazole 8.45% $44 2.39 58 96
  Pantoprazole 8.02% $1,078 5.77 252 295
  Cephalexin 7.88% $47 1.84 17 62
  Ondansetron 7.59% $1,280 3.45 39 113
  Zolpidem 7.16% $379 6.22 212 226
  Spironolactone 7.02% $332 6.02 238 397
  Metoprolol 7.02% $285 6.12 270 354
  Fluticasone 6.73% $145 1.83 62 36
  Levothyroxine 6.30% $116 7.61 368 368
  Metformin 6.16% $339 5.14 235 600
Procedure Provider Unit Charge Provider Paid Ratio Provider Paid by Patient Ratio Patient Charged Patient Pays Patient Covered Per Claim Charged Per Claim Paid Services Per Patient
76700 2.58 52% 6.5% $621 $41 $280 $439 $227 1.39
Ultrasound, abdominal, real time with image documentation; complete
74160 6.27 55% 6.5% $1,631 $106 $787 $1,134 $621 1.43
Computed tomography, abdomen; with contrast material(s)
72193 4.52 55% 4.1% $1,230 $51 $630 $905 $501 1.35
Computed tomography, pelvis; with contrast material(s)
36415 0.11 42% 6.3% $20 $1 $7 $17 $7 1.16
Collection of venous blood by venipuncture
85025 0.66 70% 3.2% $112 $4 $75 $94 $66 1.19
Blood count; complete (cbc), automated (hgb, hct, rbc, wbc and platelet count) and automated differential wbc count
99213 0.79 67% 11.4% $197 $22 $110 $133 $90 1.43
Office or other outpatient visit for the evaluation and management of an established patient, which requires at least 2 of these 3 key components: an expanded problem focused history; an expanded problem focused examination; medical decision making of low complexity.
76705 1.40 60% 8.6% $430 $37 $223 $277 $167 1.53
Ultrasound, abdominal, real time with image documentation; limited (eg, single organ, quadrant, follow-up)
80053 1.03 54% 5.0% $192 $9 $94 $172 $92 1.10
Comprehensive metabolic panel
99214 1.10 72% 11.1% $285 $32 $173 $216 $155 1.32
Office or other outpatient visit for the evaluation and management of an established patient, which requires at least 2 of these 3 key components: a detailed history; a detailed examination; medical decision making of moderate complexity.
71260 6.48 55% 5.6% $1,741 $97 $863 $1,300 $717 1.34
Computed tomography, thorax; with contrast material(s)
74183 11.76 49% 5.9% $3,500 $207 $1,525 $1,945 $962 1.70
Magnetic resonance (eg, proton) imaging, abdomen; without contrast material(s), followed by with contrast material(s) and further sequences
93975 2.86 54% 7.5% $1,151 $87 $539 $518 $282 2.22
Duplex scan of arterial inflow and venous outflow of abdominal, pelvic, scrotal contents and/or retroperitoneal organs; complete study
93976 3.20 67% 6.6% $740 $49 $447 $467 $313 1.58
Duplex scan of arterial inflow and venous outflow of abdominal, pelvic, scrotal contents and/or retroperitoneal organs; limited study
85610 0.26 40% 1.1% $44 $0 $17 $42 $17 1.00
Prothrombin time;
71020 0.97 53% 4.6% $260 $12 $126 $212 $112 1.23
Radiologic examination, chest, 2 views, frontal and lateral;
85027 0.30 63% 3.2% $58 $2 $34 $54 $34 1.07
Blood count; complete (cbc), automated (hgb, hct, rbc, wbc and platelet count)
99284 2.88 69% 7.0% $810 $57 $498 $627 $430 1.29
Emergency department visit for the evaluation and management of a patient, which requires these 3 key components: a detailed history; a detailed examination; and medical decision making of moderate complexity.
74150 2.60 61% 9.6% $784 $75 $406 $628 $385 1.25
Computed tomography, abdomen; without contrast material
80076 0.47 54% 5.2% $90 $5 $44 $87 $47 1.03
Hepatic function panel
72192 2.13 59% 13.4% $601 $80 $272 $515 $302 1.17
Computed tomography, pelvis; without contrast material

High Risk Diagnoses

  • 98% Splenomegaly
  • 2% Chronic congestive splenomegaly
  • 0% Neutropenic splenomegaly

On every hundred of patients

Sample Distribution for Splenomegaly
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Which group is risky?

Prevalence for Splenomegaly
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Which group cost more?

Annual Cost ($) for Splenomegaly
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Which group has more hassle?

Annual Doctor Visits for Splenomegaly
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Patient of what condition has the most expansive overall payment (including covered benefits) in medical bill?