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orthopedic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Hospital
orthopedicor‧tho‧pe‧dic (also orthopaedic British English) /ˌɔːθəˈpiːdɪk◂ $ ˌɔːr-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 MHrelating to the medical treatment of problems that affect people’s bones or muscles 🔊 an orthopaedic surgeon 🔊 the orthopedic ward in the hospital2 orthopedic bed/chair/shoe etcorthopedically /-kli/ adverb
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orthopedicAnd the medical staff has been augmented with an orthopedic and vascular surgeon.I can not see an orthopedic doctor until late March of 1996.On April 1,1922, Los Angeles's first orthopedic hospital opened, including a school for its young patients.My mom fired him on the spot and called in an orthopedic specialist.After finishing his studies in Boston, he returned to Los Angeles, becoming the first orthopedic surgeon in the Southwest.An orthopedic surgeon who asked not to be identified said he also hears increased patient complaints about waiting for bedpans or medications.an orthopedic surgeonHe was taken to a local hospital, where doctors recommended that he see orthopedic surgeons here.The most orthopedic surgeons, specialists in bone injuries.
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