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|Other titles||Rational medicine, The Paradise of doctors.|
|Statement||by Jacob Bigelow.|
|LC Classifications||R708 .B54|
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|Pagination||69 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
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Brief Expositions of Rational Medicine: To Which is Prefixed The Paradise of Doctors, A Fable. Author: Bigelow, Jacob M. Title: Brief Expositions of Rational Medicine: To Which is Prefixed The Paradise of Doctors, A Fable Publication: New York: Samuel S.
& William Wood, Edition: Second Edition Description: Second ver. Rating: % positive. Dedication --The Paradise of Doctors: a fable read at the annual dinner of the Massachusetts Medical Society, --Brief Expositions of Rational Medicine --Appendix.
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Rational medicine, in contrast, is mechanistic, disease rather than symptom oriented, and treats by the law of contraries. The practice of Western medicine began with the Hippocratic corpus, written by different Greek doctors on the island of Cos. There were originally seventy books in.
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The Fourth Edition features a modified layout with new and improved artwork. A rational function is a function that is a fraction and has the property that both its numerator and denominator are polynomials.
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