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CPT

Abbreviation for Current Procedural Terminology.

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.
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