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- n. a doctor of urology
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is versed in urology.
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- n. a specialist in urology
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Xi-even a nurse can place a Foley catheter, a urologist is not needed for that, or in this case, areas subjected to accidents resulting in heavy trauma.
Our nearby (and very popular) urologist is one of our best resources for vasectomies.
Tomorrow I call the urologist to figure out what time my appointment on Friday is for.
He’s a walking malapropism (he calls a urologist when he needs a neurologist), saddled with an indifferent wife (Catherine Keener) who leaves him for an art career in Berlin.
The intern said it was nothing, called the urologist.
While on the gurney in the emergency room, a doctor "took a glance" under his robe and said he was calling a urologist, according to the Daily Times.
"Or I could call my urologist friend, Adrienne, for you, arrange a consult.
“Or I could call my urologist friend, Adrienne, for you, arrange a consult.
Any urologist will tell you that plain white cotton is all a woman should wear.
Shapiro also gave me a paper strainer in the hope that this, too, would pass and the name of an excellent urologist named Dr. Albert Kim.