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  British doctor



British doctor

   A doctor who, being or not a citizen of that country, has been admitted to practice medicine in Great Britain.

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Doctor
1. One whose occupation is to treat diseases, particularly a physician, dentist, or veterinarian with an appropriate license. 2. A teacher (particularly at a college or university), a scholar, or one who holds a postgraduate degree (especially a Ph.D. degree). 3. A shaman.



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British empiricism
Rejects the notion that ideas were implanted in the mind at birth. Instead all complex ideas are built up for the sense organs. Ultimately all knowledge is achieved by associating simple sensations.

Brittle bone disease
Osteogenesis imperfecta, not one but a group of genetic diseases, all of which affect collagen, a key component of connective tissue in tissues like bone, tendon and skin. All types of osteogenesis imperfecta result in fragile bones.

Brittle Diabetes
Diabetes that is very difficult to control. It is an antiquated term that has no place in current management of diabetes. In particular it is not a distinct form of diabetes, and usually will respond to a more intensive team approach to care.



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Butterbur
"A waterside plant with purple flowers and large soft leaves in which pats of butter were once wrapped during hot weather in England. The rhizome (root) of butterbur has been used as an herbal remedy for fever, asthma, colds, and urinary complaints and was also thought to be a cardiac ""tonic"" and a diuretic. "

Butterfly rash
"A red, flat facial rash over the bridge of the nose. Over half of patients with systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) develop this characteristic rash. Because of its shape, it is frequently referred to as the ""butterfly rash"" of lupus."

Butyric acid
An acid that has four carbons in it. The formula for butyric acid is: CH3-CH2-CH2-COOH.

BX
Medical abbreviation for biopsy.

Bypass, cardiopulmonary
Bypass of the heart and lungs as, for example, in open heart surgery. Blood returning to the heart is diverted through a heart-lung machine (a pump-oxygenator) before returning it to the arterial circulation. The machine does the work both of the heart (pump blood) and the lungs (supply red blood cells with oxygen).

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Brazilian doctor
A doctor who, being or not a citizen of that country, has been admitted to practice medicine in Brazil.

Bermuda doctor
A doctor who, being or not a citizen of that country, has been admitted to practice medicine in Bermuda.

Bulgarian doctor
A doctor who, being or not a citizen of that country, has been admitted to practice medicine in Bulgaria.

Belgian doctor
A doctor who, being or not a citizen of that country, has been admitted to practice medicine in Belgium.

Bahamian doctor
A doctor who, being or not a citizen of that country, has been admitted to practice medicine in Bahamas.

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