Citation Styles for "Physicians' current procedural terminology, CPT, for naming, coding and reporting medical services. Burgess L. Gordon, editor, Charlotte Fanta, associate editor."

APA (6th ed.)

  • Fanta, C., Gordon, B. L., & American Medical Association. (1973). Physicians' current procedural terminology, CPT, for naming, coding and reporting medical services: Burgess L. Gordon, editor, Charlotte Fanta, associate editor. Chicago, Ill.: American Medical Association.

Chicago (Author-Date, 15th ed.)

  • Fanta, Charlotte, and Burgess L. Gordon. 1973. Physicians' current procedural terminology, CPT, for naming, coding and reporting medical services. Burgess L. Gordon, editor, Charlotte Fanta, associate editor. [Chicago, Ill.]: American Medical Association.

Harvard (18th ed.)

  • FANTA, C., & GORDON, B. L. (1973). Physicians' current procedural terminology, CPT, for naming, coding and reporting medical services. Burgess L. Gordon, editor, Charlotte Fanta, associate editor. [Chicago, Ill.], American Medical Association.

MLA (7th ed.)

  • Fanta, Charlotte, and Burgess L. Gordon. Physicians' Current Procedural Terminology, Cpt, for Naming, Coding and Reporting Medical Services: Burgess L. Gordon, Editor, Charlotte Fanta, Associate Editor. Chicago, Ill.: American Medical Association, 1973. Print.

Turabian (6th ed.)

  • Fanta, Charlotte, and Burgess L. Gordon. Physicians' Current Procedural Terminology, CPT, for Naming, Coding and Reporting Medical Services. Burgess L. Gordon, Editor, Charlotte Fanta, Associate Editor. [Chicago, Ill.]: American Medical Association, 1973.

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