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|Other titles||Academic medicine|
|Statement||edited by Lisa R. Dittrich.|
|Contributions||Dittrich, Lisa R., Association of American Medical Colleges.|
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|Pagination||xiii, 226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
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Ten Years of Medicine and the Arts: Selections From Academic Medicine Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges Paperback – January 1, Format: Paperback.
The Art of Medicine: Over 2, Years of Images and Imagination 1st Edition by Julie Anderson (Author)Cited by: 6. I bought this as a complement (or contrast) to "The Art of Medicine: Over Years of Medicine in Our Lives" which is a much larger and nicer book.
This one is a paperback (which I expected) but has smaller pages than I had imagined and is difficult to open by: 4. Ten Years of Medicine and the Arts: Selections from Academic Medicine, Dittrich, Lisa R., ed. This book consists of 20 treatises.
The first 10 treatise describe mostly the theories of medicine, while the second 10 treatise are focused on the practice of medicine.
 The 9th treatise in the second part is focused on surgery, and consists of different surgical subjects, including techniques of treating aneurism, excising cysts and tumors and treating hernias.
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As such, many year-old children can be pleasant company at dinner and at social gatherings, capable of expressing their thoughts on current events, books, music, art, and other subjects. For many children, the development phase around 10 years old is packed with learning and rapid-paced cognitive growth.
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This one is a paperback (which I expected) but has smaller pages than I had imagined and is difficult to open flat/5(20). The expression probably has its origin with Hippocrates. One of his most famous Aphorisms, in Latin, was “Ars longa, vita brevis,” or the Art is Long, Life is Short, in reference to the “Art of Medicine.” The full quote is: Life is short, and art long, opportunity fleeting, experience perilous, and decision difficult.
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Awareness of medicinal plants usage is a result of the many years of struggles against illnesses due to which man learned to pursue drugs in barks, seeds, fruit bodies, and other parts of the plants.
Contemporary science has acknowledged their active action, and it has included in modern pharmacotherapy a range of drugs of plant origin, known. As the father of Western medicine put it in an aphorism addressed to medical doctors: Life is short, the art is long, the occasion fleeting, and judgment difficult.
By “art,” Hippocrates was referring to the years of training and patient observation that a physician must invest before acquiring the necessary skills of medicine. 50 Nonfiction Books that Will Make You Smarter in by Tara Sonin / Janu at pm Share.
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