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Arborist
   is   
A Tree Surgeon
Sawbones
   is   
A Surgeon
Surgeon
   in French is   
Chirurgien
Surgeon
   in Portuguese is   
CirurgiĆ£o
Sir Brian Barratt-Boyes
   is known as a   
Heart Surgeon
1926-2006. He pioneered the development of cardiopulmonary bypass in NZ.
Sir Harold Gillies
   is known as a   
Plastic Surgeon
1882-1960, widely considered as the father of plastic surgery
Dr. Fred Hollows
   is known as an   
Eye Surgeon
1929-1993, became known for his work in restoring eyesight for countless thousands of people in Australia and many other countries
Ax(e)
   means   
Surgeon
Fanger
   means   
Oral Surgeon
Knife-happy
   means   
An Overly Enthusiastic Surgeon
Sturgeon
   means   
Surgeon
Victor Chang
   is known as a   
Heart Surgeon
Born 1936, died 1991
Sir Edward ('Weary') Dunlop
   is known as a   
Surgeon
Born 1907, died 1993
Surgeon Cove Point Lighthouse
   is located in   
Canada
1911 - Bay of Exploits
Mary Edwards Walker
   was   
The First Female US Army Surgeon
She was also a feminist, abolitionist, prohibitionist, alleged spy, prisoner of war and surgeon. (1863)
Joseph Murray
   was a   
Surgeon
D. 2012. Performed the first kidney transplant in 1954, Nobel Prize winner, leading plastic surgeon - Born April 1st 1919.
Michael DeBakey
   was a   
Surgeon
Cardiac surgeon, scientist, innovator, educator (1908-2008)
Surgeon
   in Danish is   
Kirurg
Blade
   means   
Surgeon: Dashing, Bold, Arrogant and Often Wrong, but Never in Doubt
Knuckledragger
   means   
Orthopedic Doctor/Surgeon
Dance
   means   
The Process of Tying a Surgical Gown Behind the Surgeon's Back
Slashers
   means   
General Surgeons
Debakey, Barnard, Koop
   are all   
Famous Surgeons






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