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what did they think caused diease??
believed illness was caused by food rotting in the bowels and produced bad gases which blocked the channel which made you sick.
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eyptains and public health?
importance of cleaniness, full time doctors were imployed by the rich
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eyptian diease???
emotions effect health , charms used for cures, herbs used as cures(knowladge gained from other countries), goddess of diease was prayed for to cure
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eyptian surgery????
mummification - removal of key organs - no dissection for religous reasons, doctors trained in basic surgery, surgey tools made by metal workers
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why is alexabria so important to greek medicine????
libriaries - ideas shared from around the world / unis - built here for doctors to go use train / could perform dissections here - so can develop.
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aristole? who was he?
he was a greek philsoher who wrote topics like: science,poetry,music,politics,physics. he pushed the idea that there are 4 elements in the world which hippocraties then included in his theory of the 4 humours.
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galen???
born in 129AD / studied medcine at 16 / gained pratical experience as a surgeon at gladitor school / 1624AD he moved to rome to make a name for himself
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galens revised 4 humours theory???
it meant that each humours should be treated to its opposite e.g. cold should be treated with peppers. this basically means that an imbalANCE IN HUMOURS SHOULD BE TREATED BY AN OPPOSITE.
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