mikce -mic- gismu

x1 doctors/treats/nurses/[cures]/is physician/midwife to x2 for ailment x3 by treatment/cure x4.

Also medic; (adjective:) x1, x4 is medical; x2 is a patient of x1 (= selmikce for reordered places) ; x2 is treated by x1 person/x4 treatment/method; successfully cure transitive (= sadmikce, sadvelmikce), intransitive (= sadyselmikce, ka'orbi'o to not imply an external agent/process, though the x1 and x4 of mikce may be self/internal); treatment (= velmikce). See also bilma, kanro, spita.


In notes:

bilma
x1 is ill/sick/diseased with symptoms x2 from disease x3.
jinku
x1 is a vaccine/immune-system stimulant protecting x2 against disease x3 introduced by method x4.
kanro
x1 is healthy/fit/well/in good health by standard x2.
kenra
x1 is a cancer [malignant disease] in x2.
spita
x1 is a hospital treating patient(s) x2 for condition/injuries/disease/illness x3.
ckopalku
p1 is a diaper (absorbent garment) of material p2.
kujmikce
m1 is a nurse to/nurses m2.
menmikce
m1 is a psychologist/psychiatrist/counsellor/mental health practitioner of client m2 treating ailment m3 with treatment m4.
micka'agau
m1=g1 uses surgical implement k1 to operate on organ(s) k2 of patient m2, as a treatment for ailment m3.
micka'aku'a
k1 is an operating theatre in which to perform surgery m4.
micydi'u
d1 is a clinic/surgery/practice with doctor(s) m1.
micyske
x1 is medicine/medical science/medical treatment to x2 for ailmentx3 by treatment/cure x4.
micyxu'i
x1 is an instance/dose/quantity of medication/medicine/drug x2 for treating ailment m3.
nunmikce
n1 is medical, involving doctor/nurse m1, patient m2, ailment m3, and treatment/cure m4.
selmikce
m2 is a patient, treated by doctor/nurse m1 for ailment m3 with cure m4.
skalpeli
x1 is a scalpel
mic
Doctor