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Prehistoric
dual aproach to medicine---> natural meant that if something was visably wrong they would try to fix it. if they couldnt see what was wrong they would try to let the 'evil spirits' out of the body - typically trepanning
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Egyption
Dual approach- had natural theory of channels however had supernatural theory of gods and that they made bad things happen to those who made mistakes. they also had a specialised society which meant that they would have people who were practiced in
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Greek
4 humours was natural theory of - consisted of fluids in body that were overfull- Aesculapius healing temple-->Hippocrates createed oath still used today. regimen was way of body achieving max physical capability alexandria center of medicine only pl
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Roman
asclepius - see greek notes - galen dissected animals as humans to show the body. public health was excellent in roman- had public baths and toilets. also had clean water supply which prevented disease
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Dual approach- had natural theory of channels however had supernatural theory of gods and that they made bad things happen to those who made mistakes. they also had a specialised society which meant that they would have people who were practiced in

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4 humours was natural theory of - consisted of fluids in body that were overfull- Aesculapius healing temple-->Hippocrates createed oath still used today. regimen was way of body achieving max physical capability alexandria center of medicine only pl

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asclepius - see greek notes - galen dissected animals as humans to show the body. public health was excellent in roman- had public baths and toilets. also had clean water supply which prevented disease

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