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n. pl. sub·spe·cial·ties
A narrow field of study or work within a specialty, as pediatric dermatology or geriatric psychiatry.


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At present, the PSP recognizes only two Filipino physicians who have successfully hurdled the stringent trainings and are qualified in the medical subspecialty of forensic pathology and these exclude Dr.
Augusto Litonjua, who pioneered the medical subspecialty of Endocrinology in the country, looks more fit than many seniors who are 10 to 15 years younger.
4] Given this background, the primary objective of our research was to develop a business model to complement the current academic medical subspecialty training.
Thrombosis and haemostasis is an exciting and evolving medical subspecialty," said Dr.
The first attempt to create a medical subspecialty of clinical informatics was spearheaded by the pathology informatics community in the 1990s.
In addition, the widespread emergence of medical subspecialty centers of excellence in both academic and community-based practices has resulted in the expectation for corresponding pathology subspecialty expertise.
of Colorado), Anderson, and Filley compile 38 chapters by neurologists, psychiatrists, and other specialists from the US, Australia, Israel, and Spain, who address concepts and principles in the medical subspecialty of behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry and the treatment of patients with brain disorders producing cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and sensorimotor disturbances.
The purpose of this study is to determine if the construct of a medical subspecialty examination, as defined by the hierarchy of item difficulties, is stable across physicians who completed a fellowship and recertifiers as compared to non-fellows.
Geriatric otolaryngology is an emerging medical subspecialty developed in response to a pressing societal need.
A Neuropsychiatry is a medical subspecialty focusing on the complex relationship between brain function and behavior.
Palliative care is the newest medical subspecialty, having been granted that status by the American Board of Medical Specialties in 2006.

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