Doctor of Medicine

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Noun1.Doctor of Medicine - a doctor's degree in medicine
doctorate, doctor's degree - one of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university
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doktor medicíny
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With his typical face, clean shaven on lip and chin, with a firm mouth, a strong jaw, a steady eye, and two little white fluffs of whiskers, he could never be taken for anything but what he was, a high-class British medical consultant of the age of fifty, or perhaps just a year or two older.
Jeff Davidson, UFC's medical consultant, told Iole that Silva may need to go under the knife for a possible gall bladder surgery.
Under the new rules the any Omani doctor applying for the permit must have finished at least one year as a senior consultant or two years as a medical consultant in governmental health institutions," the decision adds.
In yesterday's Western Mail we wrongly attributed to a Welsh Government spokeswoman a sentence in which John Osmond, the Plaid Cymru candidate for Preseli Pembrokeshire,said he had been given a statistic relating to the number of births per medical consultant by clinicians in the field.
He is very critical, medicines are not showing much effect, good wishes can help him better," a senior medical consultant, who did not wish to be named, told reporteres.
For the last 15 years he served as the chief medical consultant for the Disability Determination Section.
Medical consultant Dr Tapati Maulik won the award for science, technology and medicine and Splott GP Dr Sarita Pawar won in the self-development category.
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8 million were purchased for PIA by violating rules and regulations during 1989-1990 and Medical Consultant Dr.
He was the Jockey Club's medical consultant for ten years before his retirement in 1991.
But following the Motherwell captain's death, the SFA's medical consultant has renewed calls for mandatory screenings for all players.
The medical consultant has had a long career in public service, including time in the Territorial Army, membership of the council at Newcastle University and as a trustee of the Imperial War Museum in London.

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