... Origins of microscopic pathology
2 Pathology as ... a version of this technique is widely employed by modern
pathologists to render diagnoses and provide ... information intraoperatively. 
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... which means the the art of healing . The modern
practice of medicine occurs at the many ... beginning of recorded history. Medicine, in the modern
period, is the mainstream scientific tradition ... through the use of the scientific method and modern
global information science by collating all the ...
... small doses of substances to treat the spiritual causes of illness.
In the essay by William Jarvis cited below, he notes that "although many modern
therapies can be construed to conform to an allopathic rationale (eg, using a laxative to relieve constipation), standard medicine has never paid ...
... is derived from the two latin terms which it is composed of, namely angor and animi .
Angor (different but related to the word anger ), in modern
English , refers to a great anxiety  , distress  , or mental anguish  often accompanied by a painful constriction and palpitations at ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... germ theory .
Pasteur perfected experiments which disproved the then-popular theory of spontaneous generation and from which he derived the modern
germ theory of (infectious) disease. Using experiments based on this theory, which posited that specific microorganisms cause specific diseases, ...
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The patient-doctor relationship is considered to be essential in modern
medicine and forms one of the foundations of contemporary medical ethics. Universities teach medical students from the beginning, even before they ...
... protect their airway then the patient should be intubated before performing lavage.
Gastric lavage is used infrequently in modern
poisonings and some authorities have suggested that it not be used routinely, if ever, in poisoning situations.  Lavage should only be ...