Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as, iatrophysical.
- adj. obsolete Pertaining to a practice of medicine in conjunction with astrology.
- adj. Pertaining to a theory or practice of medicine founded on mathematical principles.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to iatromathematicians or their doctrine.
- From Ancient Greek ἰατρομαθηματικός, from ἰατρόs ("doctor") + μαθηματικός ("mathematical"). Compare iatro-, mathematical. (Wiktionary)
“The Iatrophysical school (also called iatromathematical, iatromechanical, or physiatric) was founded on theories of physiology, probably by Borelli, of Naples (1608-1679), although Sanctorius; Sanctorius, a professor at Padua, was a precursor, if not directly interested in establishing it.”
“Paracelsus goes farther, and will have his physician  predestinated to this man's cure, this malady; and time of cure, the scheme of each geniture inspected, gathering of herbs, of administering astrologically observed; in which Thurnesserus and some iatromathematical professors, are too superstitious in my judgment.”
“An important new school of medical theory was the iatrophysical or iatromathematical (_iatros_ from the Greek -- physician).”
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