Definition of Bronchoscopists
1. bronchoscopist [n] - See also: bronchoscopist
Lexicographical Neighbors of Bronchoscopists
Literary usage of Bronchoscopists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Peroral Endoscopy and Laryngeal Surgery by Chevalier Jackson, Gustav Killian (1914)
"In case of small foreign bodies far down and far out at the periphery, after two expert bronchoscopists have failed to find the foreign body, the intruder ..."
2. American Journal of Roentgenology by American Radium Society (1921)
"I think those of us who are in laboratories where there are efficient bronchoscopists, where there is every means for taking care of emergencies, ..."
3. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1919)
"The technical details are of absorbing interest to bronchoscopists. He calls special attention to the value of experience and training in the safe and ..."
4. Spondylotherapy: Physio and Pharmaco-therapy and Diagnostic Methods Based on by Albert Abrams (1918)
"The same precautions were taken in a bronchoscopic examination made for me by Dr. Henry Horn, one of the most competent bronchoscopists in the world. ..."
5. Enforcement Procedures And Scheduling For Occupational Exposure To Tuberculosisby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... respiratory therapists; bronchoscopists; environmental services, dietary, and maintenance personnel; and students, interns, residents, and fellows). ..."
6. Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy: A Manual of Peroral Endoscopy and Laryngeal by Chevalier Jackson (1922)
"Bronchoscopy can be considered as having failed, for the time being, when two or more expert bronchoscopists on repeated search have been unable to find the ..."