Definition of pulmonologist
: a specialist in the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the lungs
pulmonologyplay \ˌpu̇l-mə-ˈnä-lə-jē, ˌpəl-\ noun
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Scientists and physicians at National Jewish Health aren’t typical of most areas’ asthma medical experts, and according to Olin there are some whole states and several large rural areas that don’t have pediatric pulmonologists at all.
Guest columnist Dr. Benjamin Kopp is a pediatric pulmonologist in Columbus.
And on Wednesday, Fuller gave a presentation to that august group to culminate months of research on lung-cancer prevention at Swedish Hospital under the auspices of his mentor, Dr. Jed Gordon, a renowned pulmonologist.
However, there are more than a dozen types and levels of endoscopies; pulmonologists, otolarygnologists and gastroenterologists all perform them.
Kyle Hogarth, a pulmonologist who attended to Mohr after she was transferred in critical condition to the University of Chicago Medical Center, raised that point at this morning’s meeting.
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Origin and Etymology of pulmonologist
Latin pulmon-, pulmo + English -ologist (as in cardiologist)
First Known Use: 1979See Words from the same year
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