English translation: D.O. = osteopathic doctor / osteopathic physician / doctor of osteopathic medicine
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10:02 Jul 1, 2004
English to English translations [PRO] Medical - Medical (general)
English term or phrase:"D.O" (as opposed to "M.D.")
D.O. - this is a kind of a medical doctor. What does this stand for?
What is the difference between an MD and DO doctor?
... What is the difference between an MD (allopathic) and DO (osteopathic) physician? ... MD
students take the USMLE exam and DO students take the COMLEX exam . ... www.mommd.com/whatisdo.shtml - 21k - Còpia en memòria - Pàgines similars
Physicians and surgeons
... There are two types of physicians: MD—Doctor of Medicine—and DO—Doctor
of Osteopathic Medicine. MDs also are known as allopathic physicians. ... www.bls.gov/oco/ocos074.htm - 44k - Còpia en memòria - Pàgines similars
AMA (Becoming an MD) Becoming an MD
Becoming an MD ... (Note: Some physicians receive a doctor of osteopathic
medicine [DO] degree from a college of osteopathic medicine.). ... www.ama-assn.org/ama/pub/category/2320.html - 16k - Còpia en memòria - Pàgines similars
DO vs. MD What's the Difference?
... Types of PCPs. DO vs. MD. If you are like most people, you probably don't know
the difference between a medical doctor, MD, and an osteopathic doctor, DO. ... www.stronghealth.com/services/primarycare/domd.cfm - 20k - Còpia en memòria - Pàgines similars
Hi Csaba. Although the explanations are in Sp, there are a few entries of "DO" in English that you might find helpful: http://www.proz.com/kudoz/123796; http://www.proz.com/kudoz/617607; http://www.proz.com/kudoz/337794
11:55 Jul 1, 2004
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Doctor of Osteopathy
Explanation: This is what it stands for. 10% of the physicians are DO's, while 90% are MD's.