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Synonyms for medical

requiring or amenable to treatment by medicine especially as opposed to surgery

of or belonging to Aesculapius or the healing art


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`Don't you think you would attract attention?' said the Medical Man.
`Some sleight-of-hand trick or other,' said the Medical Man, and Filby tried to tell us about a conjurer he had seen at Burslem; but before he had finished his preface the Time Traveller came back, and Filby's anecdote collapsed.
"Yes;--with our present medical rules and education, one must be satisfied now and then to meet with a fair practitioner.
"I am aware," he said, "that the peculiar bias of medical ability is towards material means.
The medical profession is the only one which a man may enter at any age with some chance of making a living.
He was going through the same experience as he had done at school, but here the freedom of the medical students' life made it possible for him to live a good deal by himself.
The doctors said that she could not get on without medical treatment, so they kept her in the stifling atmosphere of the town, and the Rostovs did not move to the country that summer of 1812.
Called upon to choose between the course indicated by a physician who is making his five thousand a year, and who is certain of the next medical baronetcy, and the advice volunteered by an obscure general practitioner at the East End of London, who is not making his five hundred a year--need I stop to inform you of her ladyship's decision?
My fond medical parent insisted on introducing me to his whole connection.
Pendril's position toward the family, placed his letter in the hands of the medical men.
Medical science was in a far less advanced state than now, and they used to put it down to laziness.
'"Her ladyship instructed me to spare no expense, and to get the best medical opinion in Italy.
"My impression, Lady Lundie, was that our so friend recommended moral, rather than medical, treatment for Blanche.
For months my life was despaired of, and when at last I came to myself and became convalescent, I was so weak and emaciated that a medical board determined that not a day should be lost in sending me back to England.
(Count of the Holy Roman Empire, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Brazen Crown, Perpetual Arch-Master of the Rosicrucian Masons of Mesopotamia; Attached (in Honorary Capacities) to Societies Musical, Societies Medical, Societies Philosophical, and Societies General Benevolent, throughout Europe; etc.
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