- Music. right hand.
Origin of Md
- Doctor of Medicine.
Origin of MD1
- Maryland (approved especially for use with zip code).
- Middle Dutch.Also M.D.
- months after date.
- muscular dystrophy.
- months after date.
Related Words for mdspecialist, doctor, surgeon, physician, expert, professor, scientist, quack, medic, intern, healer, MD, doc, bones, sawbones, medico
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Contemporary Examples of md
“Outpatient imaging actually subsidizes other medical departments,” Chris Sistrom, MD, MPH, Ph.D., told The Daily Beast.Are Routine Scans Causing Cancer?
September 17, 2014
Mark Hyman, MD, best-selling author, and current chair of the Institute of Functional Medicine, sees it as anything but quackery.Clinton Doc: This Is How We’ll Fix Health Care
June 12, 2014
Brian E. McGeeney, MD, MPH, is a neurologist and Assistant Professor of Neurology at Boston University School of Medicine.Longtime Sufferers of Cluster Headaches Find Relief in Psychedelics
Valerie Vande Panne
February 5, 2014
Had Recchi been old enough for Medicare, MD Anderson would have been paid a few hundred dollars for all those tests.How Hospital Administrators Hide the Umbrella
February 22, 2013
MD: If we are covering this too much, we did not cover other shootings enough.Daily Beast Debate: Should the Media Leave Grieving Newtown Alone?
The Daily Beast
December 20, 2012
Historical Examples of md
Forster imagined that he read, "Nite dear MD, drowsy drowsy dear."
Why, sirrah, don't I write every day, and sometimes twice a day to MD?
Patrick goes to see for a letter: what will you lay, is there one from MD or no?
And now let us come and see what this saucy, dear letter of MD says.
Three weeks and three days since my last letter from MD; rare doings!
- Doctor of Medicine
- Managing Director
- Medical Department
- mentally deficient
- (in Canada) municipal district
- Moldova (international car registration)
Word Origin for MD
- The symbol for the elementmendelevium
- Medicinae Doctor (Doctor of Medicine)
- muscular dystrophy
- The symbol for mendelevium.
- A synthetic, radioactive metallic element of the actinide series that is produced by bombarding einsteinium with helium ions. Its most stable isotope is Md 258 with a half-life of approximately 51.5 days. Atomic number 101. See Periodic Table.