endocrinology

[ US /ˌɛndoʊkɹəˈnɑɫədʒi/ ]
[ UK /ˌɛndə‍ʊkɹɪnˈɒləd‍ʒi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the branch of medicine dealing with the endocrine glands and their secretions
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How To Use endocrinology In A Sentence

  • As specialists in reproductive endocrinology and reproductive gynecology, we frequently are referred these rather unusual cases and can surgically correct most of the conditions that arise.
  • As specialists in reproductive endocrinology and reproductive gynecology, we frequently are referred these rather unusual cases and can surgically correct most of the conditions that arise.
  • This gives rise to the necessity for multidisciplinary treatment centres to treat the conditions with a more holistic approach encompassing surgery, endocrinology, and psychology.
  • He is professor of medicine and chief of endocrinology and metabolism at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine and Health Sciences Center.
  • The location also will offer clinic space for new sub-specialties such as audiology, dermatology, electroencephalography, endocrinology, neurology, neurosurgery, sports medicine, ultrasound, urology and ear, nose and throat services. National Business News - Local Business News | bizjournals
  • There are several changes being made in billing for services in the endocrinology/diabetes department at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Diabetes Center for Children newsletter
  • Doctors often study the fields of reproductive endocrinology for women.
  • Michelle Foster, a postdoc in neuroendocrinology at UCSF, sought out MentorNet not only because she is a woman in a male-dominated career path, but also because she wanted perspective from another African American woman in neuroscience. Archive 2007-07-01
  • They came for a lecture on behavioral neuroendocrinology, by Emma Coddington, an assistant professor of biology at Willamette University. Science pubs quench a thirst for knowledge
  • The 12-member panel included representation from medicine, surgery, endocrinology, pathology, biostatistics, epidemiology, radiology, oncology, and the general public.
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