One whose profession or occupation is to cure diseases or injuries of the body by manual operation; one whose occupation is to cure local injuries or disorders (such as wounds, dislocations, tumors, etc.), whether by manual operation, or by medication and constitutional treatment.
Any one of numerous species of chætodont fishes of the family Teuthidæ, or Acanthuridæ, which have one or two sharp lancelike spines on each side of the base of the tail. Called also surgeon fish, doctor fish, lancet fish, and sea surgeon.
A doctor who performs surgeries.
a physician who specializes in treating disease and illness by surgery. ertiary Care — specialized health care, needed by relatively few people, such as select rehabilitation services, highly technical medical procedures such as burn centers.
a doctor who can operate and who knows when not to
a doctor who does operations
a doctor who does surgery
a doctor who performs any biopsies (cells or tissues are removed from the body and examined to help with a diagnosis) or surgery that you may need
a medical doctor who practices surgery
a medical doctor with advanced training in operating procedures
a medical or osteopathic doctor or podiatrist engaged in the diagnosis and treatment of injury, deformity, and disease by manual and instrumental means
a physician with special training in diagnosis and care of conditions that require surgery
a physician working within the biologic limitations of healing
a type of medical doctor who specializes in treating illness and injury through operating on the patient
Physician who practices surgery. Making a Diagnosis
A physician (physician: commonly refers to a doctor of medicine, M.D.) who specializes in the treatment of disease, injury or other disorders by performing operations that involve cutting body tissue, such as the skin or other organs. Look for the "F.A.C.S." designation. It refers to Fellowship in the American College of Surgeons.
A doctor trained to perform surgery.
A medically qualified doctor who specialises in the removal of organs, masses, tumours, the repair of ruptures, the diversion of channels etc using the knife.
A physician who treats disease, injury, or deformity by operative or manual methods. A medical doctor specialized in the removal of organs, masses and tumors and in doing other procedures using a knife (scalpel). The definition of a "surgeon" has begun to blur in recent years as surgeons have begun to minimize the cutting, employ new technologies that are "minimally invasive," use scopes, etc. See the entire definition of Surgeon
physician who has been educated and trained in diagnosis and preoperative, operative, and postoperative management
A certification by the Board of Surgery; practitioners manage a wide range of surgical conditions affecting almost any area of the body. The surgeon provides the diagnosis and the care to patients before, during and after surgery. The surgeon is usually responsible for the comprehensive management of trauma victims and the critically ill. The surgeon has special knowledge and skills in birth defects, tumors, infections and metabolic problems relating to the head and neck, breast, abdomen, extremities including the hand, and the gastrointestinal, vascular and endocrine systems. A general surgeon is expected to be familiar with the most relevant features of other surgical specialties in order to recognize problems in those areas and to know when to refer a patient to another specialist. Specialty: Surgery, Surgery
A physician of the 17th century.
A doctor who removes or repairs a part of the body by operating on the patient.
a doctor who performs biopsies and other surgical procedures such as removal of a lump (lumpectomy) or a breast (mastectomy).
a doctor who performs operations.