|(1650-1702) British doctor who was famous for his research on bone structure and after whom Haversian canals were named||Clopton Havers|
|(British) doctor who anesthetizes, one who administers anesthetics||anaesthetist|
|(Spanish) doctor, physician, medical student (Slang)||medico|
|(symbol) Jordan dinar, Juris Doctor, Juris Doctor; university law degree, degree awarded upon completion of a university law program (also Doctor of Jurisprudence), Justice Department, juvenile delinquent||JD|
|advisor, counselor, professional adviser, senior doctor||consultant|
|anaesthesiologist, anaesthetist, doctor administering anesthetics, doctor who administers anesthesia, see also:anesthetist||anesthesiologist|
|ancient Greek doctor and writer||Galen|
|animal that makes a croaking sound (frog, etc.); type of fish; foreboder of evil; grumbler, croaking animal, doctor, fish that makes croaking sound||croaker|
|be a quack, fake doctor, impersonating, posing; involved in deceit, make the sound of a duck, one who practices medicine without having the proper qualifications; impostor, charlatan; sound made by a duck, produce a quacking sound like that of a duck; ...||quack|
|being present, being available; caring for, serving, hospital doctor, working in teaching hospital||attending|
|bleed somebody using leeches, blood-sucking worm, bloodsucking worm; person who clings to another without giving anything in return, parasite; doctor, physician (Archaic), cling to, stick to like a leech; draw blood using leeches, drain off something, ...||leech|
|botanist, one who collects or grows herbs (especially for their medicinal qualities); herb doctor, somebody knowledgeable about herbs||herbalist|
|British colonial representative, diplomat, doctor completing a residency, inhabitant, one who lives in a particular location; doctor who is training in a medical specialty; diplomat who lives in a foreign court, inherent, live-in, living in a particula...||resident|
|caused by a doctor, inadvertently caused by the diagnosis or treatment of a physician (of infections or symptoms)||iatrogenic|
|charlatan, impostor; person who sells counterfeit drugs from a public place, one who pretends to be a doctor giving phony medical advice, deceiver, fake healer||mountebank|
|check up on somebody or something, examine; medically examine an animal; practice veterinary medicine, expert in the medical treatment of animals, animal doctor, veteran soldier||vet|
|claim property as right, lay something down as rule, order use of medication, recommend something as remedy, set down regulations, write an order form for medication; order remedies or treatment (about a doctor); recommend, advise||prescribe|
|demand draft, dishonorable discharge, Doctor of Divinity||D.D.|
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