neuropsychiatrist


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neuropsychiatrist

 [noor″o-si-ki´ah-trist]
a physician specializing in neuropsychiatry.

neuropsychiatrist

[-sīkī′ətrist]
a physician who deals with the relationship between neurological processes and psychiatric disorders.

neuropsychiatrist

(nū″rō-sī-kī′ă-trĭst) [″ + psyche, mind, + iatreia, healing]
A specialist in neuropsychiatry.
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