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Word: pediatrician

Definition: physician specializing in children's diseases; N. pediatrics


Sentences Containing 'pediatrician'

Among his students and assistants at Strassburg were dermatologist Eduard Arning (1855-1936) and pediatrician Ferdinand Siegert (1865-1946).
Bob Dog accidentally rips Dr. Bill's second pediatrician lesson and hides.
Born in Accra, Ghana in 1975, Derrick Ashong is the son of a pediatrician.
Children born with sickle-cell disease will undergo close observation by the pediatrician and will require management by a haematologist to assure they remain healthy.
Dr. Chikmaglur Mohan was a pediatrician in North Bay, Ontario.
He finished school in 1896, then moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he studied medicine and became a pediatrician.
Her father was an engineer, and her mother is a pediatrician.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Dr. Bill Platypus receives his lesson toward a pediatrician's license.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. McFeely delivers a package from the pediatrician school to Dr. Bill.
Ivlov, a pediatrician, decided to interview some of the Mongolian children who were his patients, and discovered that many of them had also said that they had seen Almases and that neither the Mongol children nor the young Almas were afraid of each other.
The company was founded in 1997 by Avraham Kadar, M.D., an immunologist and pediatrician, to explain medical concepts to his young patients using animation.
The eponym Smith–Magenis refers to two workers who described the condition in 1986, namely, Ann C. M. Smith, a genetic counselor at the National Institutes of Health, and R. Ellen Magenis, a pediatrician, medical geneticist and cytogeneticist at the Oregon Health Sciences University.
The team typically includes a mission site coordinator, plastic surgeons, anesthesiologists, a pediatrician, an intensive care physician, head or coordinating nurse, pre- and post-op nurses, child development specialists, speech pathologists, dentists and/or orthodontists.
Wilhelm Ernst Oswald Kohts (31 January 1844, Berent, West Prussia – 1912) was a German physician and pediatrician.

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