Suchita Shah, 24, was applying for internal medicine and hoping, she said, for the University of Pennsylvania.
For a doctor that truly invests, see Dr. Tina Dobsevage for internal medicine.
In most cases the bath is used along with the waters as an internal medicine—first adopted in the case of King Charles.
That graft in surgery and shystering in internal medicine exists no one in the medical profession denies.
Cancer, likewise, cannot be cured by the use of internal medicine alone.
It may be most useful to see a diagnostic specialist—for example, a doctor of internal medicine.
The Compendium Medicinae of Gilbert is, of course, a compendium of internal medicine.
That a man is as old as his arteries is now recognized as an absolutely sure maxim of internal medicine.
The next man whom we must mention is one who did a great deal for internal medicine, pathology, and anatomy.
internal medicine n.
The branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of diseases affecting the internal organs of the body, especially in adults.
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The branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and nonsurgical treatment of diseases in adults.