Translation of surgeon in Spanish:


cirujano, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsəːdʒ(ə)n//ˈsərdʒən/


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    cirujano masculine
    cirujana feminine
    • I could have dreamt of becoming the best surgeon in the world.
    • The American Society of Plastic Surgeons is the largest organization of board-certified plastic surgeons in the world.
    • Ruth was referred to a vascular surgeon to assess her splenic artery aneurysm.
    • General thoracic surgeons do both of these procedures and may be clustered in specific hospitals.
    • One quick snip of the surgeon's knife and the pain will be gone.
    • The patient is seen in the surgeon's office the morning after surgery.
    • The paediatric cardiac surgeons now have data that are robust and rigorous.
    • The qualified veterinary surgeon was previously director of consumer protection at the Food Safety Authority.
    • Patients with jaundice are still most often referred to surgeons, though in practice few require surgery.
    • For the first three years, he was the sole orthopaedic surgeon at the hospital.
    • In the emotional version the father is a surgeon operating on a severely injured accident victim.
    • I was once telephoned by a heart transplant surgeon about whom I had written.
    • Many surgeons working in private practice and in cosmetic clinics would not meet these criteria.
    • The trauma surgeon performs a focused abdominal sonogram.
    • We have to help them become brain surgeons.
    • The surgeon inserts the delivery device directly into the artery.
    • Unfortunately, the treatment involves the surgeon's knife.
    • Early group portraits show noble surgeons parading their medical knowledge with elitist pomp.
    • A heart surgeon performed a different form of surgery when he faced a class of schoolchildren.
    • She suffered a broken left thigh and was operated on by surgeons at the hospital.