- n. the science of dealing with the maintenance of health and the prevention and treatment of disease
“Laennec's ear opened to man a new world in medical science (Roger,”
“Roman, Arabian, and Syrian; and he was skilled in astronomy and in leechcraft, the theorick as well as the practick; he was experienced in all that healeth and that hurteth the body; conversant with the virtues of every plant, grass and herb, and their benefit and bane; and he understood philosophy and had compassed the whole range of medical science and other branches of the knowledge tree.”
“Hippocratics, looked upon medical science from a purely practical standpoint; they regarded it as the art of healing the sick, and therefore laid most stress on prognosis and treatment by aiding the powers of nature through dietetic means, while the whole school of”
“Honest John, famed in university annals, represents a challenge which medical science has not yet answered: revival of a human being accidentally thrown into a state of suspended animation.”
“Of this malady, known in medical science by the term diapedesis, there have been examples recorded in both ancient and modern times.”
“The influence of this Society upon the cause of medical science and theprofession of the State, and the necessity of renewed efforts to its improvement comprise a subject of so much importance as to justify me in now dilating more at length upon it.”
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