CPT


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CPT

Abbreviation for Current Procedural Terminology.

Current Procedural Terminology (CPT)

a system developed by the American Medical Association for standardizing the terminology and coding used to describe medical services and procedures. See also CPT codes.

CPT

Abbreviation for:
calprotectin
carnitine palmityl transferase
carotid pulse tracing
Certified Personal Trainer
Child Protection Team (Medspeak-UK)
choroid plexus tumour
cisplatin
cognitive performance test
complete perineal tear
conjunctival provocation test
conventional pain treatment
conventional phototherapy
Current Procedural Terminology

CPT

Current procedural terminology Managed care A systematic listing and coding of procedures/services performed by US physicians; a physician-related procedure identification system that serves as the basis for health care billing; CPT coding assigns a 5-digit code to each service or procedure provided by a physician. See Coding, HCFA Common Procedures Coding System, HCPCS level I, HCPCS physician.

CPT

Abbreviation for Current Procedural Terminology.

CPT

Abbreviation for Current Procedural Terminology.

CPT

3-chloro-p-toluidine, an avicide.
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On the undisputed facts in the record before us, we conclude the AMA misused its copyright by licensing the CPT to HCFA in exchange for HCFA's agreement not to use a competing coding system.
Finally, the therapist and patients look to the future and identify any areas that may continue to be problematic for the patients and discuss ways that they can manage these issues using the CPT principles.
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A delegation from CPT paid a visit to Imrali on June 26-27, 2010 to examine Ocalan's detention conditions.
Orthopaedic procedures have a very high penetration level of CPT due to the fact that orthopaedic surgeries require many components.
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