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  • 1Medicine, adoption — Medicine for the adopted child, including pre adoption counseling and evaluation based on a child s medical records as well as post adoption consultations and, often, primary care of the adopted child. The field of adoption medicine began to… …

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  • 2medicine cabinet — n MEDICINE CHEST …

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  • 3medicine glass — n a small glass vessel graduated (as in ounces, drams, or milliliters) for measuring medicine …

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  • 4medicine chest — n a cupboard used esp. for storing medicines or first aid supplies …

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  • 5medicine dropper — n DROPPER …

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  • 6Medicine, forensic — The branch of medicine that deals with the application of medical knowledge to legal problems and legal proceedings. Forensic medicine is also called legal medicine. A physician may be engaged in forensic (or legal) medicine; a lawyer with… …

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  • 7Medicine, legal — The branch of medicine that deals with the application of medical knowledge to legal problems and legal proceedings. Legal medicine is also called forensic medicine. A physician may be engaged in legal (or forensic) medicine while a lawyer with… …

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  • 8Medicine, transfusion — Blood transfusion and blood conservation are the complementary activities that constitute the clinical arena of transfusion medicine. Blood transfusion is the transfer of blood or blood products from one person (the donor) into another person s… …

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  • 9Medicine, occupational — The field of medicine encompassing diseases due to factors in the occupation of people. Occupational medicine was founded by the Italian physician Bernardino Ramazzini (1633 1714). His De Morbis Artificium (On Artificially Caused Diseases)… …

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  • 10Medicine, geriatric — The branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease in older people and the problems specific to aging. Also called geriatrics. From the Greek geron meaning old man + iatreia meaning the treatment of disease …

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  • 11medicine — 1. A drug. 2. The art of preventing or curing disease; the science concerned with disease in all its relations. 3. The study and treatment of general diseases or those affecting the internal parts of the body, especially those not usually… …

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  • 12Medicine Lodge, Kansas —   City   Locati …

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  • 13Medicine Hat (provincial electoral district) — Medicine Hat Alberta electoral district 2004 boundaries Provincial electoral district Legislature Legislative Assembly …

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  • 14Medicine Rocks State Park — IUCN Category V (Protected Landscape/Seascape) Medicine Rocks State Park …

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  • 15Medicine Park, Oklahoma —   Town   Location of Medicine Park, Oklahoma …

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  • 16Medicine Lake Volcano — as seen from Lava Beds National Monument …

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  • 17Medicine Wheel/Medicine Mountain National Historic Landmark — U.S. National Register of Historic Places U.S. National Historic Landmark …

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  • 18Medicine and Canon Law — • In the early centuries the practice of medicine by clerics, whether secular or regular, was not treated with disapproval by the Church, nor was it at all uncommon for them to devote a considerable part of their time to the medical avocation.… …

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  • 19Medicine Unboxed — Medicine Unboxed: understanding medicine through the arts and humanities. Date(s) October Begins 2009 Frequency annual Location(s) …

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  • 20Medicine Man (film) — Medicine Man Theatrical poster Directed by John McTiernan Produced by Donna Dubrow …

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