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internist

 [in-ter´nist]
a specialist in internal medicine.

in·tern·ist

(in-ter'nist, in'ter-nist),
A physician trained in internal medicine.

internist

/in·tern·ist/ (in-ter´nist) a specialist in internal medicine.

internist

(ĭn-tûr′nĭst)
n.
A physician specializing in internal medicine.

internist

[intur′nist, in′turnist]
Etymology: L, internus, inward
a physician who specializes in internal medicine.

internist

Medtalk A practitioner of general medicine is certified by the Am Board of Internal Medicine–ABIM, who has had 3 yrs of formal training in internal medicine. Cf Family practitioner, Intern.

in·tern·ist

(in-tĕr'nist)
A physician trained in internal medicine.

internist

(USA) a physician who specializes in the study and treatment of non-surgical diseases in adults. A specialist in internal medicine.

internist

a specialist in internal medicine.

internist program
a postgraduate training program suitable for an internist.
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