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    English exercise "Medical specialities" created by baboune16 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from baboune16]
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    1. Women are advised to visit a annually for a checkup.

    2. help people with mental disorders as addictions, depresssion or anxiety.

    3. A is a doctor that specializes in treating skin, hair, and nails disorders.

    4. The gives my daughter a flu shot each autumn.

    5. In the case of arthritist, a may offer specific and useful medications.

    6. The treats disorders that affect the brain, spinal cord and nerves.

    7. are involved in the treatment of heart attacks.

    8. His finger was cut off by a machine but the was able to sew it back on.

    9. An treats injuries in a hospital.

    10. are medical specialists that diagnose and treat conditions affecting the respiratory system.

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