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cardiologist

 [kahr″de-ol´o-jist]
a physician skilled in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.

car·di·ol·o·gist

(kar'dē-ol'ō-jist),
Physician specializing in cardiology.

cardiologist

[-ol′əjist]
a physician who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the heart.

cardiologist

Heart specialist An internist specialized in diseases of the heart and cardiovascular system Meat & potatoes diseases HTN, arrhythmias, chest pain, acute MI Salary $221K + 13% bonus

car·di·ol·o·gist

(kahr'dē-ol'ŏ-jist)
Physician specializing in cardiology.

cardiologist

A heart specialist, usually a physician concerned with the minutiae of cardiac diagnosis and medical treatment, rather than a heart surgeon.

Cardiologist

Doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating heart diseases.

cardiologist

a physician who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.
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