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obstetrician

 [ob″stĕ-trĭ´shun]
a physician who specializes in obstetrics.

ob·ste·tri·cian

(ob'stĕ-trish'ŭn),
A physician specializing in the medical care of women during pregnancy and childbirth.
[see obstetrics]

obstetrician

/ob·ste·tri·cian/ (ob″stĕ-trish´in) one who practices obstetrics.

obstetrician

(ŏb′stĭ-trĭsh′ən)
n.
A physician who specializes in obstetrics.

obstetrician (OB)

[ob′stətrish′ən]
a physician who specializes in the branch of medicine concerned with pregnancy and childbirth.

obstetrician

Baby Doc A physician who practices obstetrics, see there Meat & potatoes work Pulling babies from babes Salary $165K + 15% bonus.

ob·ste·tri·cian

(ob'stĕ-trish'ŭn)
A physician specializing in the medical care of women during pregnancy and childbirth.
See: obstetrics

obstetrician

A doctor specializing in the conduct of childbirth and possessing the skills, knowledge and experience required to ensure that this is achieved with the minimum risk to mother and baby. From the Latin obstetrix , a midwife.

obstetrician(bˑ·st·triˑ·shn),

n a medical doctor who specializes in the treatment of women's health issues, the care of expectant women, and the delivery process.

ob·ste·tri·cian

(ob'stĕ-trish'ŭn)
A physician specializing in the medical care of women during pregnancy and childbirth.
See: obstetrics

obstetrician (ob´stitrish´ən),

n a physician whose practice of medicine focuses on the care of women during pregnancy, through childbirth, and immediately following delivery. Often informally known as
OB-gyn (obstetrician-gynecologist).

obstetrician

a veterinarian who specializes in obstetrics.
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