internist

[n] - a specialist in internal medicine
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Internist

Internist: A physician who specializes in the diagnosis and medical treatment of adults. This specialty, called internal medicine, is dedicated to adult medicine. A minimum of seven years of medical school and postgraduate training are focused on learning the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases of adults. Subspecialties of internal med
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internist

<specialist> A physician who is expert on the medical management of a wide variety of medical problems. ... [American term] ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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internist

(in-turĀ“nist) a specialist in internal medicine.
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internist

Type: Term Pronunciation: in-ter′nist, in′ter-nist Definitions: 1. A physician trained in internal medicine.
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internist

A doctor who specializes in internal medicine. An internist works with adult patients to prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases without using surgery.
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