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perinatologists

Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of perinatologist.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The reason I stress Board-certification is because doctors can call themselves infertility specialists or perinatologists or anything else they please.

    Yvonne Thornton, M.D.: Is Your Doctor Qualified To Treat You?

  • I'd just come from the funeral, and sat down with a bunch of perinatologists.

    Autodesk CEO On Life And Death, At Once

  • The McCaugheys had already named their babies, but the perinatologists wanted no confusion in the heat of delivery.

    The Magnificent Seven

  • Just like my job as a perinatologist is worth more to the hospital than what I can bill because perinatologists put babies in the NICU and bring in patients to the pediatric surgeons and to labor and delivery.

    What the Happy Hospitalist and Subprime Mortgages Have in Common

  • Doctors assist at about 90 percent of births in the U.S. Physicians who provide care to pregnant women may be family physicians, obstetrician-gynecologists, or perinatologists.

    OUR BODIES, OURSELVES

  • "Biocell Center has been working with perinatologists and Ob/Gyn doctors worldwide for several years," said

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • "Biocell Center has been working with perinatologists and Ob/Gyn doctors worldwide for several years," said Kate Torchilin, CEO of Biocell Center Corporation.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • All the perinatologists on the team rotate through being the one to look at ultrasounds on any given day.

    Dispatches From Utopia

  • In return, Medstreaming developed a robust perinatal application they plan on marketing heavily to other perinatologists.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Other perinatologists are charging exorbitant fees for less care and evaluations.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

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