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  • adj. Of or pertaining to allopathy

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to allopathy.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to allopathy. A rare equivalent is heteropathic.

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  • adj. of or relating to the practice of allopathy

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Examples

  • In what is known as allopathic medicine, physicians are trained to seek out “the differential diagnosis”—a disease name that alerts the doctor to what disease the patient has from a larger group of disorders with similar symptoms.

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  • In the ACGME and other certification discussions, the M. D.-granting schools are frequently called allopathic to distinguish them from osteopathic; no one seems to mind.

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  • The American Medical Association style of medicine (a philosophy I will henceforth call allopathic) has a model that explains the causes of illness.

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  • They should be labelled allopathic purgatives and kept tightly corked.

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  • Conventional western medicine, often called allopathic medicine, is the system of medicine taught at most medical schools and most Find More Great Health Ebooks at pharmaceutical and synthetic medicines are manufactured and marketed NaturalHelp4. org according to the principles of allopathic medicine.

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  • Conventional western medicine, often called allopathic medicine, is the system of medicine taught at most medical schools and most pharmaceutical and synthetic medicines are manufactured and marketed according to the principles of allopathic medicine.

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  • Conventional Treatment: Conventional treatment (also referred to as allopathic medicine) is based on the medical model of treatment as it is understood in the West.

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  • It is a widely accepted fact that most traditionally trained doctors called allopathic medical doctors only receive very little nutritional training in the 12+years of training it takes to be an MD in the USA.

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  • It's moniker, "allopathic," comes from the words allo, meaning against, and path, meaning pathology or illness.

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  • Alties are often militant and always highly suspicious of eeeviiilll "allopathic" medicine and doctors.

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