- n. Plural form of diagnostician.
“House is based around Dr. Gregory House (British actor Hugh Laurie), an unconventional medical genius who heads a team of diagnosticians at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital (PPTH) in New Jersey.”
“Chase (Jesse Spencer) and Taub (Peter Jacobson) back to Princeton-Plainsboro to rejoin his team of diagnosticians.”
“House stars Laurie as Dr. Gregory House, a misanthropic medical genius with a prescription drug habit and relationship issues who leads a team of diagnosticians at New Jersey's Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital.”
“But we all know who in this debate has made a career out of spreading misinformation about autism, and it is not the "diagnosticians and pediatricians.”
“I'll venture that McCarthy has no less a financial stake in the vaccine wars than Big Pharma and the evil "diagnosticians and pediatricians.”
“Masters joins the team tonight after a final, fed-up decision by Cuddy (Lisa Edelstein) to get a woman into House's boys 'club of diagnosticians, since he has yet to replace Thirteen (Olivia Wilde, who's shooting a film).”
“Like a doctor forced to dispense difficult truths to a patient in denial, these economic diagnosticians tell us that the shared prosperity of the postwar generation was rooted in a sheltered, low-tech economy that is not coming back.”
“Perhaps it's the diagnosticians and pediatricians who have made a career out of telling parents autism is a hopeless condition.”
“Let's ask Mr. Purdum and all the other diagnosticians to retire the N-word.”
“It bobs when she talks and those hooded blue eyes, mostly covered by pink eyelids now, they see something the rest of us, even the most famous diagnosticians, can't see.”
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