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noun as in doctor

noun as in medic

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noun as in physician


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That is Diane Simeone, a pancreatic-cancer surgeon who also runs a research lab at NYU-Langone in New York.

In yet others, it wore either the type of mask worn by surgeons or a more protective N95 mask.

Of course, surgeons like Hagler have specific training and experience that guide them, as all these people with extreme jobs do.

“But if he has to show his face, he would be much younger, and I would probably need a good plastic surgeon!”

If you’re a surgeon and you botched the surgery or if you’re a physician who prescribes the wrong medication, there is no amount of compassion that’s going to undo that.

“As far as we were aware, and as far as the surgeon was aware, the surgery was a go,” Shaheen sighs.

Althea is now re-scheduled with her surgeon for this spring.

The new surgeon general certainly has his work cut out for him.

My surgeon told me my bones were so soft he could barely install the screws.

Strange was a surgeon who lost the use of his hands in an automobile accident.

One party shall provide a surgeon, the other a pair of ordinary cavalry sabres.

He said he didn't want his family fidgeting him, and the surgeon said he would be all right in a few days.

They were followed by a little dried-up Italian army surgeon, who carried under his arm an ominous-looking black case.

Walking forth, he strolled down the road towards Calne, intending to ask a question or two of the surgeon.

"Only cut deep enough to make it bleed freely," said the surgeon, as he dressed Harry's arm.

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On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to surgeon, such as: expert, physician, professor, scientist, specialist, and bones.

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