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(medical professionals and scientists who specialize in designated areas of medical care)

radiologist (s), radiologists (pl) (nouns)
A physician who specializes in radiology, the branch of medicine that uses ionizing and non-ionizing radiation for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases: "Radiologists are professionals in the use of such diagnostic techniques as x-rays, CT scans (computerized tomography scans), and MRI's (magnetic resonance Imaging) for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases."
radiotherapist (s), radiotherapists (pl) (nouns)
Health care professionals who detect and treat diseases using radiation therapies; such as, x-ray treatments for breast cancers.
rheumatologist (s), rheumatologists (pl) (nouns)
Medical professionals who specialize in the diagnoses and treatments of rheumatic diseases; such as, arthritis, vasculitis, and lupus: "Rheumatologists have special interests in unexplained rashes, fevers, arthritides (plural form of arthritis), anemias, weaknesses, weight losses, fatigues, joint or muscle pains, autoimmune diseases, and anorexias; and they often serve as consultants who function like researchers and diagnosticians for other doctors."
traumatologist (s), traumatologists (pl) (nouns)
Physicians who concentrate on injuries from physical damages to the body that are caused by violences, accidents, or fractures, etc; especially, physical wounds that have been caused by violent external forces; such as, automobile accidents.
urologist (s), urologists (pl) (nouns)
Medical doctors who specialize in the problems of the urinary tract, including urine problems, prostate conditions, impotence, and incontinence: "Urologists are experts for the bodily organs that produce, store, and discharge urine (liquid wastes produced by the kidneys that are the two bean-shaped excretory organs that filter wastes; especially, urea from the blood and excrete them and water in the form of urine. Such parts of the body include the kidneys, ureters (two tubes that convey urine from the kidneys to the urinary bladder), bladder (bag where urine collects before being passed from the body), and urethra (the duct through which urine is discharged)."
virologist (s), virologists (pl) (nouns)
Physicians and scientists who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of viruses or small living particles that can infect cells in the body and change how the cells function: "Virologists deal with infections that cause people to develop infectious diseases from pathogenic microorganisms or tiny, self-replicating agents consisting of genetic material and proteins that invade living cells and use cellular mechanisms to create multiple copies of itself."

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