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Meanings and phrases
- the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques; medical specialty
- (medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease; medication; medicament; medicinal drug
- the learned profession that is mastered by graduate training in a medical school and that is devoted to preventing or alleviating or curing diseases and injuries; practice of medicine
- punishment for one's actions; music
- treat medicinally, treat with medicine; medicate
Bachelor of Medicine
- (a British degree) a bachelor's degree in medicine; MB
Doctor of Dental Medicine
- a doctor's degree in dental medicine; DMD
Doctor of Medicine
- a doctor's degree in medicine; MD
National Library of Medicine
- the world's largest medical library; United States National Library of Medicine; U.S. National Library of Medicine
U.S. National Library of Medicine
- the world's largest medical library; National Library of Medicine; United States National Library of Medicine
United States National Library of Medicine
- the world's largest medical library; National Library of Medicine; U.S. National Library of Medicine
- the study and treatment of disorders associated with flight (especially with space flight); aeromedicine; aviation medicine
- the practice of medicine without the use of drugs; may involve herbal medicines or self-awareness or biofeedback or acupuncture
- Examples of alternative medicine degrees include:
- Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine.
- This has been used in complementary and alternative medicine.
- the study and treatment of disorders associated with flight (especially with space flight); aeromedicine; aerospace medicine
- the use of plants or plant extracts for medicinal purposes (especially plants that are not part of the normal diet); phytotherapy; herbal therapy
- medicine intended to relieve the symptoms of the common cold
- the practice of medicine that combines traditional medicine with alternative medicine
- the branch of medicine dealing with the anatomy and development and diseases of the teeth; dentistry; odontology
- the branch of medicine concerned with the prompt diagnosis and treatment of injuries or trauma or sudden illness
- Also in 2011, Dayton was ranked the fourth best in the nation for emergency medicine care.
- Prior to 1979, there was no formal specialty training certification for emergency medicine.
- Born in Dublin in 1973, where she trained as a nurse, she is an advanced practitioner in emergency medicine.
- medical practice that provides health care regardless of age or sex while placing emphasis on the family unit; family practice
- He read medicine at Western Ontario and completed family medicine residency training in Toronto.
- Serving in the Navy after his residency, Fleming practiced family medicine on the island of Guam.
- As a doctor, he was a pioneer of the discipline of family medicine by general practitioners in Malaysia.
- the branch of medical science that uses medical knowledge for legal purposes; forensic pathology
- the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and (nonsurgical) treatment of diseases of the internal organs (especially in adults); internal medicine
- In 1973, Gaye received a doctorate in general medicine.
- He had DTCD from UK in 1965 and higher training in general medicine in 1966.
- The hospital also runs an ER for general medicine, general surgery and traumatology.
- a medicine made from plants and used to prevent or treat disease or promote health
- the use of medicinal herbs to prevent or treat disease or promote health
- He spent 10 years in Parowan and practiced herbal medicine.
- It was the first systematic summary of Chinese herbal medicine.
- It is a popular ornamental plant and is also used in herbal medicine.
- medical care of the whole person considered as subject to personal and social as well as organic factors
- the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and (nonsurgical) treatment of diseases of the internal organs (especially in adults); general medicine
- Endocrinology is a branch of internal medicine.
- Nagi was also a doctor in internal medicine.
- He made a special examination of internal medicine in 1985.
- a medicine that lowers blood cholesterol levels by inhibiting HMG-CoA reductase; lipid-lowering medication; statin drug; statin
- heavy ball used in physical training
- cabinet that holds medicines and toiletries; medicine chest
- cabinet that holds medicines and toiletries; medicine cabinet
- a Native American shaman
- He was initially treated by a local medicine man.
- But the medicine man was not allowed across the border.
- A sick person could be left in a room, alone except for a medicine man.
- the branch of medicine that uses radioactive materials either to image a patient's body or to destroy diseased cells
- Diplomates of the ABNM are called nuclear medicine physicians.
- The ABR certifies radiologists who also practice nuclear medicine.
- These nuclear medicine scans can visualize the perfusion of heart muscle.
- a drug that is sold without a prescription; over-the-counter drug
- medicine that is protected by a patent and available without a doctor's prescription
- It was a patent medicine produced by the Zam-Buk Company of Leeds, England .
- Hamlin's Wizard Oil, the underwriter of an early songbook, was nothing more than a patent medicine company.
- Curtis decided to become a traveling salesman starting in 1850, selling additional products like patent medicine.
- the branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of infants and children; pediatrics; paediatrics; pedology
- the science or study of drugs: their preparation and properties and uses and effects; pharmacology; materia medica
- the learned profession that is mastered by graduate training in a medical school and that is devoted to preventing or alleviating or curing diseases and injuries; medicine
- He retired from the practice of medicine in 1894.
- He resumed the practice of medicine in Milledgeville, Georgia.
- He was very experienced both in the theory and practice of medicine.
- a drug that is available only with written instructions from a doctor or dentist to a pharmacist; prescription drug; prescription; ethical drug
- the branch of medicine concerned with preventing disease
- He was professor of preventive medicine at Loma Linda University.
- He was one of the leading cardiologists of his day, and a prominent advocate of preventive medicine.
- An emphasis on public health and preventive medicine has characterized Chinese health policy since the early 1950s.
- the branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders; psychiatry; psychopathology
- a graduate school offering study leading to a medical degree; medical school
- The Pyrrhonist school influenced and had substantial overlap with the Empiric school of medicine.
- circa 70–95 AD) was a famous Roman physician and early adherent to the Methodic school of medicine.
- The Empiric school of medicine had substantial overlap with the Greek philosophical school of Pyrrhonism.
- the branch of medicine concerned with the effects of space flight on human beings
- the branch of medicine concerned with the treatment of injuries or illness resulting from athletic activities
- There are many different types of sports medicine experts.
- He specializes in sports medicine.
- The practice facility would be , the team offices and the sports medicine clinic .
- the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the chest
- the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases that are found most often in tropical regions
- In the second World War, the college provided courses in tropical medicine.
- He also did his diploma in tropical medicine and parasitology at the University of Hamburg.
- Abu Bakarr Gaye had a profound knowledge in the field of tropical medicine, spoke fluent Russian, English and French.
- the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the urinary tract or urogenital system; urology
- the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries of animals (especially domestic animals)
- Graduated in veterinary medicine at Berlin (1925).
- It is used as an insecticide in veterinary medicine.
- Estradiol benzoate is used in veterinary medicine as well.
- She studied medicine at the University of Panama.
- He studied medicine at the University of Melbourne.
- She studied medicine before the First World War.
- In 1842 he entered Guy's Hospital to study medicine.
- Redman then moved to Europe to further study medicine.
- At 16, he went to study medicine at Cornell University.
- This is also a terminology in traditional medicine.
- However, many species have long been used in traditional medicine.
- Chaophraya Abhaibhubejhr Hospital is a Thai traditional medicine center.
- Maier then returned to Holstein to practice medicine.
- He was licensed to practice medicine in the province in 1830.
- Brown continued to practice medicine while coaching at Brown.
- He practiced medicine there until his death in 1915.
- He moved to Decorah, Iowa, where he practiced medicine.
- He later practiced medicine in Santa Barbara.
- He was a professor of medicine at the University of Oslo.
- After his active career he became a professor of medicine.
- He is a professor of medicine at both UCLA and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
- Stojanović continued studying medicine in Zagreb.
- In 1890, Vasen began studying medicine at the Keokuk College of Medicine.
- He was studying medicine at Georgetown University when the Civil War began.
- Many have found use in traditional or modern medicine, or as starting points for drug discovery.
- Choosing faith healing while rejecting modern medicine can and does cause people to die needlessly.
- The use of antibiotics in modern medicine began with the discovery of synthetic antibiotics derived from dyes.
- His hobbies included the classics and the history of medicine.
- Others focus on the history of medicine, science, or psychology.
- He continued to teach ophthalmology and history of medicine until his death in 1939.
- Ritchie retired from practicing medicine in 2012.
- Here he built a house and began practicing medicine.
- Tupper continued practicing medicine during this period.
- The first study of it in humans was published in 1946, and it was introduced in clinical medicine shortly after.
- In 1913 he was appointed the first Moncrieff Arnott professor of clinical medicine at the University of Edinburgh.
- In dentistry and clinical medicine it was ranked 21st and 33rd respectively by the AWRU-Shanghai 2018 world ranking.
- Various parts of the plant are used in folk medicine.
- "Acacia" species have possible uses in folk medicine.
- Chervil has had various uses in folk medicine.
- She received a university degree in medicine in 2004.
- He received his degree in medicine in 1688, and left for Rome in 1689.
- Opimbat studied in France at the University of Caen and received a degree in medicine.
- Dissent received her doctor of medicine (MD) from Brussels.
- Louisa also became a pioneering doctor of medicine and feminist activist.
- He then became a doctor of medicine, then doctor to king Henry IV of France.
- In 1832 he received his doctorate in medicine and surgery with the thesis ""De carie vertebrarum"".
- He received a BS in medicine and surgery in 1989 and a master's degree in pediatric medicine in 1994.
- After high school, he studied medicine and surgery at the University of Pretoria, graduating in 1959.
- Before long, many uses were found for them in the field of medicine.
- He was one of the Islamic world's leading writers in the field of medicine.
- Morani pushed for women to be able to enter the field of medicine as easily as men.
- He also led seminars in Renaissance science and medicine.
- The word came to English from the New Latin of science and medicine.
- During the time, curiosity and skepticism ravaged science and medicine.
- He graduated in medicine in 1914 and received his degree in Graz.
- He started his studies at Chambéry and then in Turin where he graduated in medicine.
- He attended the Royal College in Mauritius, and graduated in medicine at Paris in 1846.
- Embryomics is the core science supporting the development of regenerative medicine.
- His procedure provides women with a clitoris, but is not considered a regenerative medicine.
- Therefore, detailed knowledge of the complete embryome and the embryogenic tree is key to developing the full potential of regenerative medicine.
- Here she investigates the hormones, food and medicine contained within mother's milk.
- The player can also find jewels for bonus points, or food and medicine to restore lost health.
- They consume the young leaves of the plant as both food and medicine, and use the roots to make soup.
- Medical dictionary A medical dictionary is a lexicon for words used in medicine.
- Its electrogenic properties led it to be used in medicine by the ancient Greeks and Romans.
- It is also used in medicine as an antineoplastic (anti-cancer) agent developed by Ligand Pharmaceuticals.
- Bill later pursued a career in medicine.
- In 2005, he left the entertainment industry to pursue a career in medicine.
- Patrick McGinnis considered either a career in medicine or business while in high school.
- He completed preparatory studies and then embarked on the study of medicine.
- In compliance with his family's wishes he then embarked on the study of medicine.
- There is evidence that the beginning of the human study of medicine was around 3500 B.C.E.
- Parker also helped create the faculty of medicine at Dalhousie University.
- Massalongo joined the faculty of medicine at the University of Padua in 1844.
- He was originally from Pontresina, and joined the faculty of medicine at Basel.
- She then studied medicine at University College London.
- He then studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh graduating with an MB ChB in 1940.
- He was educated at Stirling High School then studied medicine at the University of Glasgow.
- He practised medicine at Sevenoaks.
- Cowan then practised medicine in Harriston, Ontario for 11 years.
- Wilson practised medicine in Winnipeg for a few months in 1879 and then moved to Nelson.