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Osler

[ ohs-ler, ohz- ]
/ ˈoʊs lər, ˈoʊz- /
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noun
Sir William, 1849–1919, Canadian physician and professor of medicine.
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British Dictionary definitions for Osler

Osler
/ (ˈɒzlə) /

noun
Sir William. 1849–1919, Canadian physician, pioneer of residency in medical training
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Medical definitions for Osler

Osler
[ ŏslər, ŏz- ]
Sir William 1849-1919

Canadian-born British physician who wrote The Principles and Practice of Medicine (1892), the definitive textbook about clinical medicine for his time and one that has been frequently revised and translated. He was also an advocate for humane values in the world of science.
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