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A regionally popular term for a physician or researcher who is regarded by his peers as the ultimate expert—the ‘pope’—on a particular subject

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Academia A popular term for a physician or researcher regarded by his peers as the ultimate expert–the 'pope' in a particular subject. See Name.

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Q. Dear Doctors,I had cyst in my left ovary and poped it off,after that I have a small pain every day. in HSG everything was OK.my Pop smir is ok and in histroscopy every thing was ok. would you please ask me why I have this pain?

A. as Ann already mentioned - this is a good place to get good advises, not diagnosis... my advise to you is to ask the gyno how long there should be pain after the surgery. i'm sure it take couple of days minimum but i would ask him about it. if there's something wrong he'll know what to do.
sorry i can't help more...

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With Kocharyan was Catholicos Karekin I, spiritual leader of the Armenian Church worldwide, whose status is similar to that of the Roman Catholic pope, and Catholicos Aram I of Lebanon, leader of the church in the Middle East.
The meeting between the two popes will occur 40 years after Pope Shenouda III visited the Vatican in 1973 and met with Catholic Pope Paul VI.
The Dalai Lama's Tibetan Government-in-Exile has, probably for international audiences unaware of the role of the Dalai, analogized his function and authority to that of the Roman Catholic pope.
Roosevelt responded that it was his understanding that Catholic popes were not allowed to father children.
The editors are to be commended for the organization and wealth of material they have amassed, but there are a number of "voices" that have disappeared in this edition, such as the Catholic popes, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Daniel Callahan, James Childress, Charles Curran, Margaret Farley, Bernhard Haring, Edmund Pellegrino, and many other pioneers in the field.
Roger Schutz, deeply impressed by the great deficiency of the church because of its lack of visible oneness, drew the admiration and emulation of many, including Catholic popes.
Appendices supply genealogies, lists of Elizabethan Archbishops of Canterbury and York, Roman Catholic Popes, and sixteenth-century European monarchs, plus selected bibliographies of historical fiction and motion pictures with Tudor and Elizabethan characters and settings, and sound recordings of Tudor and Elizabethan music.
the medieval Inquisition, led by Roman Catholic popes against all those considered heretics
Again, I am not endorsing a reading of European history that writes Jews or Protestants or any other non-Catholics out of the story, any more than I am predicting a European future where Catholic popes will crown the members of the EU Commission.

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