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diagnostician

 [di″ag-nos-tish´an]
an expert in diagnosis.

di·ag·nos·ti·cian

(dī'ag-nos-tish'ăn),
One who is skilled in making diagnoses; formerly, a name for specialists in internal medicine.

diagnostician

(dī′əg-nŏ-stĭsh′ən)
n.
A person who diagnoses, especially a physician specializing in medical diagnostics.

diagnostician

[dī′agnostish′ən]
a person skilled and trained in making diagnoses.

di·ag·nos·ti·cian

(dī'ăg-nos-tish'ăn)
One who is skilled in making diagnoses.

di·ag·nos·ti·cian

(dī'ăg-nos-tish'ăn)
One who is skilled in making diagnoses.

diagnostician

an expert in diagnosis.
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