Definition of Chirurgery. Meaning of Chirurgery. Synonyms of Chirurgery

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Definition of Chirurgery

Chirurgery
Chirurgery Chi*rur"ger*y, n. [See Chirurgeon, and cf. Surgery.] Surgery. [Obs.]

Meaning of Chirurgery from wikipedia

- Surgery is a medical specialty that uses operative manual and instrumental techniques on a patient to investigate or treat a pathological condition such...
- published, originally as A Choice Manual, or Rare Secrets in Physick and Chirurgery Collected and Practised by the Right Honourable the Countess of Kent,...
- simplex' appeared in Richard Boulton's A System of Rational and Practical Chirurgery in 1713, where the terms 'herpes miliaris' and 'herpes exedens' also appeared...
- Enclosed. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Joannes de Vigo. Works of Chirurgery, 1543. Thomas Cooper, Thesaurus Linguae Romanae et Britannicae (1584)...
- (1644). Van Helmont's Workes, containing his ... Philosophy, Physick, Chirurgery, Anatomy... done into English by J. C. pp. 504–516. MacNalty, Sir Arthur...
- obtained from the university of Cambridge, in 1559, a licence to practise chirurgery, and in 1572 a similar licence to practise physic. It is probable that...
- (1690) Seventeenth-century English recipe books: cooking, physic and chirurgery in the works of W.M. and Queen Henrietta Maria, and of Mary Tillinghast...
- courses called DM or DNB (Doctorate of Medicine), or MCh or DNB (Master of Chirurgery/Surgery) again of three years duration. An MD or a DNB (general medicine...
- post-doctoral qualification (DM - Doctorate of Medicine, or MCh - Magister of Chirurgery) of three years of residency followed by university examinations may also...
- physic, and practice chirurgery throughout this whole colony, and is by the court styled and recorded Doctor of Physic and Chirurgery." Cranston was deputy...
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