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Definition of Surgeon apothecary
Surgeon apothecarySurgeon Sur"geon, n. [OE. surgien, OF. surgien, contr. fr.
chirurgien. See Chirurgeon.]
1. One whose profession or occupation is to cure diseases or
injuries of the body by manual operation; one whose
occupation is to cure local injuries or disorders (such as
wounds, dislocations, tumors, etc.), whether by manual
operation, or by medication and constitutional treatment.
2. (Zo["o]l.) Any one of numerous species of ch[ae]todont
fishes of the family Teuthid[ae], or Acanthurid[ae],
which have one or two sharp lancelike spines on each side
of the base of the tail. Called also surgeon fish,
doctor fish, lancet fish, and sea surgeon.
Surgeon apothecary, one who unites the practice of surgery
with that of the apothecary. --Dunglison.
Surgeon dentist, a dental surgeon; a dentist.
Surgeon fish. See def. 2, above.
(a) In the United States army, the chief of the medical
(b) In the British army, a surgeon ranking next below the
chief of the medical department.
Meaning of Surgeon apothecary from wikipedia
- medicine, apothecaries offered general medical advice
and a range
that are now performed
by other specialist
practitioners, such as surgeons
1952: George Proctor
Middleton, Esquire, CVO, MB, ChB Surgeon
to HM Household
at the Palace
1908 – 1922:...
FGS (11 April
1755 – 21 December
1824) was an English surgeon
, geologist, palaeontologist
activist. He is best known...
- Charles Withers
FBA FRSE FAcSS FRSGS Various other Royal
, chemists, etc. The Crown Jeweller
Her Majesty's Clockmaker
- King, a Serjeant Surgeon
to the King, Occultist
to the King, Dentist
to the King, Orthopaedic Surgeon
to the King and Surgeon
- Adam Drummond
(1679-1758) was a Scottish surgeon
who was appointed, jointly, as the first Professor
at the University
- a surgeon
at Gosport. In 1783 he went to London
studies. In the autumn
of 1784, he began
as a surgeon
- Thomas Henry
FRS (26 October
1734 – 18 June 1816) was a surgeon
. He was a Fellow
of the Royal Society
of London, and also the father
- in the area of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. In 1832, during
his time as a surgeon
apprentice, he encountered
a cholera epidemic
for the first
- Sharrow brothers
as Dr Christopher Priestley
M****inger – Land owner
and tobacco grower
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