... this term to distinguish medicine as practiced in his
time from his
use of infinitesimally small doses of substances ... This term, however imprecise, was employed by his
followers or other unorthodox movements to ...
... progression, outcomes, and possible treatments of his
ailments, as well as often providing advice for ... his/her own. The physician's expertise comes from his
knowledge of what is healthy and normal ... who sent illness or healing depending on his
will. However many monastic orders, particularly ...
... treatment to market which is molcularly based. his
feeling is that the Molecular Metamorphosis is ... personalized medicine the top priority during his
tenure. He has created a committee that is called ... the March meeting there was briefing re-affirming his
commitment to this wonderful new phase of medical ...
... in a sudden professional change, Carrillo left his
brilliant career as neurobiologist and ... countries. From this angle he hoped to flesh out his
aspirations regarding health. By taking profit of ... causes of diseases with the public power now at his
disposal. In this way Carrillo later became the ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... some years earlier by Benjamin Jesty , who had not publicized his
discovery. Jenner described and generalised the process and then arranged ... by a clearly rabid dog by performing the same inactivating process upon his
rabies preparation and then inoculating the patient with it. The patient, ...
... most famous early gross pathologist was Giovanni Morgagni (1682-1771). his
magnum opus , De Sedibus et Causis Morborum per Anatomem Indagatis , ... have performed 20,000 autopsies, and supervised an additional 60,000, in his
lifetime.  
Origins of microscopic pathology
... were skeptical, the reputed medical doctor Johann Schröder published his
own recipe in Pharmacopeia Medico-Chymica in 1655. The first pharmacist to include orviétan in his
compendium was Moyse Charas in Pharmacopée Royale Galénique et Chymique , ...
... do work as pharmaceutical consultants .
or her education at The Danish College of Pharmacy Practice, the ... education)
Pharmacists (with a 5-year higher education)
Due to his
or her higher education as a health professional , the pharmaconomist has ...
... of elastance, compliance . The relationship between arterial stiffness and pulse wave velocity (PWV) was first predicted by Thomas Young in his
Croonian Lecture of 1808 (Young T: On the function of the heart and arteries: The Croonian lecture. Phil Trans Roy Soc 1809;99:l-31), but is ...
... another surgeon to assist. Plastic surgeons advise patients that body shaping is not an obesity operation. A patient who is more than 50 percent over his
or her ideal weight must first drop as many pounds as possible before proceeding. Other medical considerations the plastic surgeon must take into ...
... The syndrome is not the result of the alcohol, per se ; rather, it is caused by the malnutrition that occurs when someone gets a large amount of his
calories from alcohol.
Episodic memory in animals
In 1997, there was little evidence for episodic memory outside of humans. This is ...
... Brent Moelleken, M.D., F.A.C.S., is among practitioners who have trademarked a particular surgical fat grafting procedure. Dr. Moelleken calls his
process LiveFill; it consists of harvesting live fat and fascia , a flat band of tough tissue below the skin that covers and separates the ...
... arms on the Endoscope carry actual surgical tools that perform cutting, or grasping functions. The surgeon watches the television monitor to guide his
Yet another advancement to endoscopic forehead lift surgery is with a fixation device known as an Endotine  The bioabsorbable ...
... of Hickam's dictum is Saint's Triad of hiatus hernia , gallbladder disease and diverticulosis . C. F. M. Saint was a South African surgeon. his
triad has no known pathophysiologcal relationship nullifying the usefulness of Occam's razor.  Hickam's dictum is similar in principle to ...
... B.J. and Don Seaman provided $2 million to begin planning neuroArm. 
NeuroArm is the creation of neurosurgeon Dr. Garnette Sutherland and his
team. Dr. Sutherland has spent six years leading a team of Canadian scientists, in cooperation with MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates to design ...