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What is difference between M.D. Pediatric and D.C.H. Pediatric?


What is the difference between M.D. in Pediatric and D.C.H. in Pediatric? Which one is of higher grade degree? MD or DCH? Does DCH stands for Diploma in Child Health? And, MD stands for Masters in Doctorate?




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26th May 2019, 06:54 PM
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Default Re: What is difference between M.D. Pediatric and D.C.H. Pediatric?

MD stands for doctor in medicine and D.C.H in pediatric stands for a postgraduate diploma program .MD is done after MBBS it is a specialization in a particular field an MD in pediatric is a specialization in pediatric and D.C.H stands for diploma in child health care .




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