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gynecologist

 [gi″nĕ-] , [jin″ĕ-kol´ah-jist]
a physician who specializes in the medical care of conditions unique to women.

gy·ne·col·o·gist

(gī'nĕ-kol'ŏ-jist), Although the first syllable of this word is correctly pronounced jīn, it is often pronounced gīn, gĭn, or jĭn.
A physician specializing in gynecology.

gynecologist

/gy·ne·col·o·gist/ (-kol´ah-jist) a person skilled in gynecology.

gynecologist

[gī′nəkol′əjist, jī′-, jin′-]
a physician who specializes in the health care of women, including diseases of their reproductive organs and breasts.

gynaecologist

A doctor specialising in diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the female genital tract and reproductive system.

gynecologist

A physician specialized in health maintenance and management of non-pregnant ♀, and in treating diseases of ♀ reproductive organs; gynecologists generally train simultaneously in obstetrics Salary $193,000. See Obstetrician.

gy·ne·col·o·gist

(gī'nĕ-kol'ŏ-jist)
A physician specializing in gynecology.
Synonym(s): gynaecologist.

Gynecologist

A physician with specialized training in diseases and conditions of the female reproductive system.

gy·ne·col·o·gist

(gī'nĕ-kol'ŏ-jist)
A physician specializing in gynecology.
Synonym(s): gynaecologist.

gynecologist (gī´nikol´əjist),

n a physician whose practice of medicine focuses on the care of women, including the treatment of conditions related to the female genitourinary tract, endocrine system, and reproductive organs.
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