internist

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n internist a specialist in internal medicine
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n internist One who treats systemic diseases or those of the internal organs not amenable to operative measures; a physician, as distinguished from a surgeon.
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Usage

In literature:

The interest taken in psychiatry by the general practitioner and by the consulting internist has been growing rapidly of late.
"A Psychiatric Milestone" by Various
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In news:

Jennifer Dawn Lish , a research assistant professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr Frederic Henry Schwartz, an internist with the American Health Care Groups of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, were married yesterday.
Bravata, a practicing internist, wanted to recommend pedometers to her patients.
"She's tired, really tired," her middle-aged daughter explained to the young internist.
Internist Bob Goodman, MD, says physicians need to stop accepting gifts of any kind from drugmakers.
Bostrom, 71, of Coppell went to his internist, Dr Bradley Jones, to figure out why he was so exhausted.
One internist uses the Internet and digital recorders to make transcribing easier.
About half of the patients internist Yul Ejnes, MD, sees at his Cranston, R.I.
Most primary care doctors, including family physicians and internists, are capable of helping people manage alcohol problems.
1 in 2 Internists Affected.
California internist Marcy Zwelling, MD, was among those recommending compensation for physicians for time spent challenging Medicare audits.
Patients "want to know that there is a doctor in charge of their care," said Donna Sweet, MD, an internist in Wichita, Kan. And chair of the AMA Council on Medical Service.
Dr Herbert Ho Ping Kong, internist, a giant in world of medicine.
Some drinks are better than others, and some people need more fluids than others, says Dr Marc I Leavey, an internist at Mercy Medical Center and Lutherville Personal Physicians.
Dr Herbert Ho Ping Kong , internist, a giant in world of medicine.
Internal medicine specialists such as Ho Ping Kong, or internists, are the detectives of the medical world.
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In science:

In cases where a lot Thus, the search is largely data-driven. edge to create simulated patient cases: the CPCS project as it makes sense to take a data­ of evidence is available, of INTERNIST-I.
Efficient Search-Based Inference for Noisy-OR Belief Networks: TopEpsilon
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