[fiz-ee-a-triks] /ˌfɪz iˈæ trɪks/
noun, (used with a singular verb)
(functioning as sing) (med, US) another name for physiotherapy
physiatrics phys·i·at·rics (fĭz’ē-āt’rĭks)
[fiz-ee-a-trist, fi-zahy-uh-trist] /ˌfɪz iˈæ trɪst, fɪˈzaɪ əˌtrɪst/ noun 1. a physician specializing in physical medicine. physiatrist phys·i·at·rist (fĭz’ē-āt’rĭst, fĭ-zī’ə-trĭst) n.
[fi-zahy-uh-tree, fiz-ee-a-] /fɪˈzaɪ ə tri, ˌfɪz iˈæ-/ noun 1. . 2. . physiatry phys·i·at·ry (fĭz’ē-āt’rē, fĭ-zī’ə-trē) n. See physical medicine.
[fiz-ik] /ˈfɪz ɪk/ noun 1. a medicine that purges; cathartic; laxative. 2. any medicine; a drug or medicament. 3. Archaic. the medical art or profession. 4. Obsolete. . verb (used with object), physicked, physicking. 5. to treat with or act upon as a physic or medicine. 6. to work upon as a medicine does; relieve […]
- Physical address
memory management The address presented to a computer’s main memory in a virtual memory system, in contrast to the virtual address which is the address generated by the CPU. A memory management unit translates virtual addresses into physical addresses. (1995-03-31)