from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and disorders of the heart.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In anatomy and physiology, a discourse or treatise on the heart; a scientific statement of the facts relating to the heart.
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- noun medicine The
studyof the structure, function, and disordersof the heart.
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- noun the branch of medicine dealing with the heart and its diseases
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I cannot say about other spheres, but in cardiology, which is my province, this atmosphere contributed to accelerated study of such acute problems as atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction, sudden death and arrhythmia and facilitated introduction of new methods of diagnosis and therapy.
The search for a magic bullet, a single drug to cure an ill often fails, and modern medicine is catching on and using combination therapies in cardiology and oncology.
Advances in cardiology have significantly contributed to this rapid increase.
People have tried doing this in cardiology in New York state and it was a failure.
Our chief of cardiology is personally reviewing every (heart attack) death.
The practical implications of this ancestry for my grandfather was that he was denied tenure at Johns Hopkins, where he had established the first clinic in cardiology in the United
It squeezes them like a tube of toothpaste, said Amal Louis, clinical lecturer in cardiology at the Royal Infirmary.
A turning-point in the history of cardiology is the year 1941, when Cournand and Ranges made known their first experiments with the heart catheter as a clinical method of investigation.
Three examples lifted from last Sunday's Times: a director of marketing at a biotech company (Stanford undergrad, Harvard MBA) married a consultant to the aerospace industry (Stanford undergrad, Harvard MPP); a vice president at Goldman Sachs (Yale) married a director of retail development for a financial software firm (Hofstra); and a third-year resident in cardiology (Yale undergrad) married a third-year resident in pathology (Columbia undergrad, summa cum laude).
Use of different drugs is well established in cardiology.