- obstetrical binder,
- obstetrical forceps,
- obstetrical hand,
- obstetrical paralysis,
Origin of obstetrician
Examples from the Web for obstetrician
The obstetrician, a woman, was told that Amal was deaf and mute.Bin Laden’s Life on the Run, Witnessed by Al Qaeda Child Bride|Michael Daly|July 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In fact, the last birth I attended was for an obstetrician who chose not to give birth where she worked.Doctors Need Midwives: Ina May Gaskin on the U.S. Maternity-Care Crisis|Ina May Gaskin|May 5, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Heading the tribe meant finding a wife, so he married a cousin Zeenat, an obstetrician at Quetta hospital.
There was a step in the hall and the senior physician or obstetrician had entered.
It appeared that no other difficulty really confronted the obstetrician.
I saw Sir Barnaby Burtle, the obstetrician, standing by his scarlet front door, eagerly devouring the news.The Blue Germ|Martin Swayne
Unfortunate is the obstetrician who does not know how to inspire a feeling of confidence in his patients.Outwitting Our Nerves|Josephine A. Jackson and Helen M. Salisbury
He is now, and has been for several years past, the obstetrician to the hospital.
1828, from Latin obstetricia "midwifery," from obstetricus (see obstetric) on model of physician.