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armamentarium

 [ahr″mah-men-tar´e-um]
the entire equipment of a practitioner, such as medicines, instruments, and books.

ar·ma·men·tar·i·um

(ar'mă-men-tār'ē-ŭm),
All the therapeutic means available to the health practitioner for professional practice.
[L. an arsenal, fr. armamenta, implements, tackle, fr. arma, armor, arms]

armamentarium

(är′mə-mĕn-târ′ē-əm)
n. pl. armamentar·iums or armamentar·ia (-ē-ə)
The complete equipment of a physician or medical institution, including books, supplies, and instruments.

armamentarium

[är′məmenter′ē·əm]
Etymology: L, armamentum, implement
the total therapeutic assets of a physician or medical facility, including medicines and equipment.
A general term commandeered from the military for the battery of therapies used to battle a particular condition

armamentarium

Therapeutics A general term commandeered from the military for the battery of therapies used to battle a particular condition Vox populi Weaponry

ar·ma·men·tar·i·um

(ahrm'ă-men-tar'ē-ŭm)
All therapeutic means available to the health care practitioner for professional practice.
[L. an arsenal, fr. armamenta, implements, tackle, fr. arma, armor, arms]

ar·ma·men·tar·i·um

(ahrm'ă-men-tar'ē-ŭm)
All therapeutic means available to the health care practitioner for professional practice.
[L. an arsenal, fr. armamenta, implements, tackle, fr. arma, armor, arms]

armamentarium (är´məmenter´ēəm),

n the equipment and materials of the clinician.

armamentarium

the entire equipment of a practitioner, such as medicines, instruments, books.
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