pulmonologist

noun
pul·mo·nol·o·gist | \ˌpu̇l-mə-ˈnä-lə-jəst, ˌpəl-\

Definition of pulmonologist 

: a specialist in the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the lungs

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pulmonology \ˌpu̇l-mə-ˈnä-lə-jē, ˌpəl- \ noun

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The groom’s father, a pulmonologist, is a physician in NYU Langone Pulmonary Associates-North Shore in Lake Success, N.Y., and is also a clinical assistant professor of pulmonology at the N.Y.U. medical school. New York Times, "Meryl Natow, Samuel Breidbart," 10 June 2018 The idea of looking into cancer came from study co-senior author Fahed Hakim, who directs the EMMS Nazareth Hospital and works as a pediatric pulmonologist and sleep specialist at Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa, Israel. Esther Landhuis, Scientific American, "Could Brain Stimulation Slow Cancer?," 13 July 2018 Snowline has played an integral role in keeping Natomas resident Christine de Belen-Wilson's father out of the emergency room, de Belen-Wilson said, but getting her dad's pulmonologist to give palliative care a try wasn't easy. Cathie Anderson, sacbee, "This type of care can sharply reduce medical costs, so why aren't doctors ordering it?," 25 June 2018 Recovery After a night of my coughing at the hospital, the pulmonologist on duty called. Jeffrey E. Poehlmann, Philly.com, "Opioids are the only way he can manage his cancer pain. Stigma creates more problems," 7 June 2018 Most people benefit from a number of strategies alone or in combination, according to pulmonologist Albert Rizzo, senior medical adviser to the American Lung Association. Consumer Reports, Washington Post, "Smoking even one cigarette a day raises risk for coronary heart disease," 16 Apr. 2018 Her next stop was a fifth specialist: pediatric pulmonologist Sunil Kapoor, section chief of pulmonology at Inova Children's Hospital. Sandra G. Boodman, chicagotribune.com, "The girl who couldn't stop coughing," 5 Apr. 2018 The number of pulmonologist working with adult patients at the hospital has dropped from 15 to six, and many recent medical school graduates have left the country. Kirk Semple, New York Times, "‘We’re Losing the Fight’: Tuberculosis Batters a Venezuela in Crisis," 20 Mar. 2018 Asif Mahmood, a 56-year-old pulmonologist, would be the first Muslim insurance commissioner in California. Abigail Hauslohner, Washington Post, "The blue Muslim wave: American Muslims launch political campaigns, hope to deliver ‘sweet justice’ to Trump," 15 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of pulmonologist

1979, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pulmonologist

Latin pulmon-, pulmo + English -ologist (as in cardiologist)

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pulmonologist

noun
pul·mo·nol·o·gist | \ˌpu̇l-mə-ˈnäl-ə-jəst, ˌpəl- \

Medical Definition of pulmonologist 

: a specialist in pulmonology

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