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- adj. Alternative spelling of orthopedic.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See orthopedic and orthopedics.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to orthopædia, or the art of curing deformities.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to orthopedics
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Our clinical research focuses on evaluating operative and non-operative treatment in orthopaedic medicine including sports medicine, congenital and spinal deformities, trauma and bone tumors.
Our experienced team includes experts in orthopaedic surgery, radiology, neurology, neurosurgery and genetics.
How long will it be before we find ourselves injecting a patient's knee joint - at Injections-R-us PLC - instead of referring to an orthopaedic surgeon for a knee replacement?
Some years ago at a concert on the South Bank the Professor of Cardio-Thoracic surgery with whom I arrived introduced himself to an old friend of mine, an Emeritus Professor of Law, as a plumber. he also called orthopaedic surgeons carpenters.
Latex mattresses are classified as orthopaedic mattresses, which is just a fancy term for an extra firm mattress.
Geneticists also can assist with referrals to other specialists, such as orthopaedic surgeons, who can help manage limb-length discrepancies; and oncologists, who can discuss cancer risks and coordinate and review the results of appropriate tests for cancer screening.
Hence it has been deemed more practical to establish a kind of orthopaedic institution within the building itself in certain model schools in Rome.
The implications for the health care industry are clear; strong and sustainable growth for companies providing goods and services such as orthopaedic equipment, hearing aids, dental implants, kidney dialysis machines, care homes and hospital equipment.
Of course, some extremely pretentious (or British) types resist these spelling changes and continue to write "orthopaedic," "haemoglobin" or even "praemium."
In order to specialize in a specific modality such as orthopaedic, neurologic, or pediatrics, physical therapists seek advanced certification.