Julian date

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Julian date

(jool′yăn)
[Julius Caesar, Roman general, ca 44 b.c., who devised the Julian calendar]
In medical records, identifying a calendar date by using a code for the day of the year. Each day is numbered sequentially from 1 through 365, or 366 on leap years.
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