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  1. A medical dictionary is a lexicon for words used in medicine. The three major medical dictionaries in the United States are Stedman's, Taber's, and Dorland's. Other significant medical dictionaries are distributed by Elsevier. Dictionaries often have multiple versions, with content adapted for different user groups.

  2. medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.comMedical Dictionary

    Medical Dictionary is intended for use by healthcare consumers, students, and professionals as well as anyone who wants to keep up with the burgeoning array of terminology found in today’s medical news.

  3. Medical jurisprudence or legal medicine is the branch of science and medicine involving the study and application of scientific and medical knowledge to legal ...

  4. There are various types of medical ID available. The most common form of medical ID is jewelry which provides a logo or inscription indicating a particular medical condition. These medical identification tags can be made out of stainless steel (usually classified as 316L and known as surgical stainless steel), sterling silver or gold. If found ...

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    include: verb absorb , adscribere , be composed of , be formed of , be made up of , begird , boast , bound , bracket , circumscribe , classify , close in , combine ...

  6. The pocket edition, called the American Pocket Medical Dictionary, was first published in 1898, consisting of just over 500 pages. With the death of the editor William Alexander Newman Dorland , AM, MD in 1956, the dictionaries were retitled to incorporate his name, which was how they had generally come to be known.

  7. The Fisher–Yates shuffle is an algorithm for generating a random permutation of a finite sequence—in plain terms, the algorithm shuffles the sequence. The algorithm effectively puts all the elements into a hat; it continually determines the next element by randomly drawing an element from the hat until no elements remain.

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