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surgical specialties

Those subspecialties in the UK which are managed under the umbrella of surgery, including
(1) Traditional surgical subspecialties, including cardiac, cardiothoracic, ENT, general, neurosurgery, ophthalmology, orthopaedics (including trauma surgery), paediatric, plastic, thoracic, urology and vascular surgery; and
(2) Non-traditional subspecialties, including A&E, anaesthetics, pain management, intensive-care medicine.
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