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subspecialize

(sŭb′spĕsh′ə-līz′)
intr.v. subspecial·ized, subspecial·izing, subspecial·izes
To have or pursue a subspecialty: subspecialize in cosmetic surgery.

sub·spe′cial·ist (-spĕsh′ə-lĭst) n.
sub·spe′cial·i·za′tion (-spĕsh′ə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Also, pediatric EM is a subspecialization only for pediatricians, but EPs treat nearly half of children with medical problems and more than half of the children with trauma presentations in many EDs (6).
We felt the need to state the journal's emphasis on the holistic view of clinical neuropsychiatry, as the last few decades witnessed in many fields a trend towards subspecialization and narrowly defined areas of interest.
Data show subspecialization is on the rise in ob.gyn.
Super subspecialization in medicine is what has led to virtually every advance in the last 40 years.
For complex issues that required medical or surgical subspecialization, the referrals were even more complex: Patients traveled 18 hours by bus to be treated in Lima.
In particular, such an evaluation might allow the identification of specific domains of language dysfunction in each patient which could further elucidate functional subspecialization within the language network.
Specialization, subspecialization, and subsubspecialization in internal medicine.
Pelvic exenteration for recurrent rectal cancer is often performed in tertiary centers by multidisciplinary oncology teams whereby subspecialization and collaboration have been shown to be successful.
Michael Halpern and colleagues, provides strategies that encourage neurology residents' interest in providing MS patient care and pursuing MS subspecialization.
Generalism is the most important attribute needed for primary care, but "what we've created is a system of subspecialization, so at a time when we need a complex skill set to be able to handle problems, we've micro-detailed our physicians into looking at the left kidney," Dr.
Surgeon subspecialization also impacts the success of initial cytoreductive surgery and survival.
Future studies could involve longitudinal data collection from a cohort of neurology residents, to examine changes in attitudes and subspecialization decisions over time to assess causal relationships in this physician population.