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  • noun Plural form of therapeutist.

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Examples

  • The diagnosticians and therapeutists hesitated, being middle-aged medical base men.

    My Life

  • It seems quite clear that the tannin is the active principle which is the more probable because its anti-periodic virtues are now recognized by all therapeutists.

    The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines

  • Most of the bodies regarded by the therapeutists as pectoral and anti-scrofulous are rich in iodine.

    American Hand Book of the Daguerreotype

  • But in those days, I, like most of my fellow students, was thinking much more of "science" than of practical medicine, and I believe if we had not clung so closely to the skirts of Louis and had followed some of the courses of men like Trousseau, -- therapeutists, who gave special attention to curative methods, and not chiefly to diagnosis, -- it would have been better for me and others.

    Medical Essays, 1842-1882

  • But in those days, I, like most of my fellow students, was thinking much more of "science" than of practical medicine, and I believe if we had not clung so closely to the skirts of Louis and had followed some of the courses of men like Trousseau, -- therapeutists, who gave special attention to curative methods, and not chiefly to diagnosis, -- it would have been better for me and others.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. Works

  • "Winternitz and other therapeutists have frequently called attention to the value of cold as a cardiac stimulant or tonic.

    Alcohol: A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine, How and Why What Medical Writers Say

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