iatric

[ahy-a-trik, ee-a-]
adjective
of or pertaining to a physician or medicine; medical.
Also, iatrical.


Origin:
1850–55; < Greek iātrikós of healing, equivalent to iātr(ós) healer (see iatro-) + -ikos -ic

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iatric or iatrical (aɪˈætrɪk)
 
adj
relating to medicine or physicians; medical
 
[C19: from Greek iatrikos of healing, from iasthai to heal]
 
iatrical or iatrical
 
adj
 
[C19: from Greek iatrikos of healing, from iasthai to heal]

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iatric i·at·ric (ī-āt'rĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to medicine or a physician.

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Bar-iatric surgery is sometimes considered as a treatment option for adolescents who have developed extreme obesity.
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