Physicians' current procedural terminology for naming, coding, and reporting medical services: CPT. Burgess L. Gordon, editor; Charlotte Fanta, associate editor
American Medical Association, 1973 - Medicine - 451 pages
Listing and coding of procedures and services provided by physicians. Intended to provide uniform reporting language among the providers of medical care, the patients, and third party payers and carriers. Arranged in 5 sections: Medicine,Anesthesia, Surgery, Radiology, and Pathology and laboratory. Appendixes: Modifiers, Unlisted services, and Deleted codes. Subject index. 1st ed., 1966; 2d ed., 1970.
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