A physician; a person who holds a doctoral degree or first professional degree in medicine, and practices in that profession.(noun)
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Use "medical doctor" in a sentence
"Doc Earle, as he was called, was part mystic, part genius, part eccentric philosopher—a poker-obsessed practicing medical doctor who had migrated to Texas from Newfoundland, Canada, and learned the game in the tough Texas underground scene."
"James Laidler, a medical doctor who teaches in the biology department at Portland State University, has firsthand experience with the lure of this approach."
"One of the important fathers of epidemiology the study of epidemics, how a disease is distributed in a population and factors that influence this distribution was Dr. John Snow, a medical doctor in London in 1854."