pneumonologist

pneumonologist

(ˌnjuːməˈnɒlədʒɪst)
n
(Medicine) med rare an expert or specialist in the respiratory system
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Still, few reports have addressed this often ignored combination, and fewer still from the pneumonologist's point of view.
([dagger][dagger]) M.D., Pneumonologist, Professor of Critical Care Medicine, 1st Department of Critical Care Medicine, Evangelismos Hospital.
AoThe high content of dust and fog does influence high risk people, for example people with chronic lung disease, asthma, congestive heart failure, the old and the very young,Ao said pneumonologist Stylianos Kakoullis at the Apollonion Clinic.
pneumonologist at the Muniz Hospital, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
She had been referred by a pediatric pneumonologist with a diagnosis of cystic fibrosis and nasal polyposis.
The patient was a pneumonologist who worked part-time at Muniz Hospital, a referral infectious diseases treatment center in the Buenos Aires Federal District.
* M.D., Ph.D., Pneumonologist and Critical Care Medicine Specialist.
In specialty practice, patients with chronic dyspnea account for 15-50% of those seen by cardiologists and just under 60% of those seen by pneumonologists [2].