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general medicine

As used in the UK, a somewhat outmoded term for non-surgical, non-specialised patient care which preceded widespread secondary care (specialisation—e.g., haematology, nephrology, neurology).
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Primary healthcare is delivered by specialists in general medicine or internal medicine and are called Internists.
headquartered in Rockville, MD, is an award-winning Contract Research Organization (CRO) focused primarily in early phase oncology, vaccines, and general medicine.
Among the different market segments, custom content publishing segment is estimated to hold maximum share with 57% market share in the total general medicine market.
Nephrology is a sub-speciality of general medicine, therefore a nephrologist needs to have a postgraduate qualification in internal medicine (MRCP).
Elsevier said that each issue includes relevant articles compiled from general medicine, subspecialty and basic science periodicals.
Veterinary medicine has been mirroring the trend in general medicine and offering more diversified services for the past five to 10 years now,'' Kolb said.
Medical services include cardiovascular care, cancer care, neurosurgery and neurology, orthopedics, maternity, women's health, general medicine, outpatient services, pediatrics and comprehensive surgical services.
These reagents are aiding Drexel scientists in the following research fields: aging, pharmacology and physiology, biomedical research, microbiology and immunology, biochemistry, general medicine, pulmonary medicine, pathology, surgery, laboratory medicine and cancer.

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