medical officer

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  • noun

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The 32 year-old British Army doctor from Nottingham used to play rugby for London Wasps.
The history of osteopathic medicine is combined with the biography of its pioneer, former Union Army doctor Andrew Taylor Still, in this historically rich work by Trowbridge.
Colclough, of Forres, Morayshire, is still being investigated by Ministry of Defence police over claims he posed as an army doctor when he was just a Royal Marine Reserves first-aider.
An Israeli army doctor rushed to treat him before he was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Former Army doctor Derek Keilloh was barred from practising after an investigation into the treatment of Baha Mousa, who was severely beaten by soldiers in Basra in 2003.
Although unable to get anesthesia for Hildreth, an Australian army doctor agreed to cut into the flesh and put rags in to drain it.
She soon falls into the trap of Dr Allinson - an ex army doctor dismissed for his dodgy experiments - who needs a human guinea pig.
The article "Reality Isn't Optional" in our March 22 issue incorrectly stated that Jessica Lynch's father is "an Army doctor presently stationed in Iraq.
Tilly and Delphine go to find him wounded in the ghastly hospital tents and eventually save his life, with the help of a young Army doctor.
In fact, a straight friend of mine who was trying to get out of his national duty went to his army medical exam with a face full of make-up and told the army doctor he had a voracious sexual appetite for men.
Rajeev Raj Shahi, a son-in-law of the dead king's youngest brother and an army doctor, stated flatly at a press conference, ''He (the crown prince) is a murderer.
Through the British acquaintances he was staying with, he met an army doctor whom he told about his problems with Mac.
A native Californian, Rosenberger first came to Atlanta as an Army doctor, then settied in Acworth 20 years ago at the end of his military service.
AN ARMY doctor has denied dishonesty over his treatment of an Iraqi prisoner who was beaten to death by British troops.
AN Army doctor is to face a disciplinary panel over claims he covered up the beating of Iraqi prisoners by British troops.
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