Definition of Orthopaedist

1. Noun. A specialist in correcting deformities of the skeletal system (especially in children).

Exact synonyms: Orthopedist
Generic synonyms: Medical Specialist, Specialist
Derivative terms: Orthopaedics, Orthopedics



Definition of Orthopaedist

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of orthopedist) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Orthopaedist

1. Orthopedist One who practices orthopaedics. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orthopaedist

orthonormal functions
orthonormalisation
orthonormalised
orthonormality
orthonormalization
orthonormalizations
orthonormalize
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orthopaedia
orthopaedic
orthopaedic arthroplast
orthopaedic surgeon
orthopaedic surgery
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orthopaedics
orthopaedist (current term)
orthopaedists
orthopathy
orthopedic
orthopedic bed
orthopedic equipment
orthopedic fixation devices
orthopedic nursing
orthopedic procedures
orthopedic shoe
orthopedic surgeon
orthopedical
orthopedically
orthopedics
orthopedist

Literary usage of Orthopaedist

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1. The Transactions of the New York Academy of Medicine by New York Academy of Medicine (1894)
"Do I mean by all this that the orthopaedist should not be called in ? Certainly not. ... The general practitioner is not afraid to meet the orthopaedist in ..."

2. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1897)
"Upon this theory it was but natural for the eminent orthopaedist to hope that, by the proper application of a supporting and extending corset, ..."

3. The Emmanuel Movement in a New England Town; a Systematic Account of by Lyman Pierson Powell (1909)
"The oculist, the dentist, the stomach specialist, the nose and throat specialist, or the orthopaedist can remove local difficulties which stand in the way ..."

4. Verhandlungen des X. Internationalen medicinischen congresses: Berlin, 4.-9 by László Farkas, Congress Internationale Medicinische (1891)
"These methods of mechanics, when carried to extremes, as we have all been obliged witness, degrade the orthopaedic surgeon to the level of the orthopaedist ..."

5. The Provision of Employment for Members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force by Canada Military Hospitals Commission, James Alexander Lougheed, Military Hospitals Commission, E. H. Scammell, Canada (1915)
"The orthopaedist thus becomes a close co-operator with the teacher in the task ... It is obvious that in this collaboration of educator and orthopaedist the ..."

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