geriatrician


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geriatrician

 [jer″e-ah-trish´an]
a physician specializing in geriatrics.

geriatrician

(jĕr′ē-ə-trĭsh′ən) also

geriatrist

(-ăt′rĭst)
n.
A physician who specializes in geriatrics.

geriatrician

A doctor specializing in the medical aspects of old age.
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"Professor O'Neill is a respected geriatrician and would have the patients best intentions at heart.
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An increase in an older population will place a demand for a high level of health care for the senior segment of society, and many will turn to a relatively new field, geriatrics, and its specialist, the geriatrician, for advice and treatment.
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