from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. instruction by means of clinics.
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The most famous physician there was Thaddeus Alderotti (Th. Florentinus,1215-95), who even at that time gave practical clinical instruction and enjoyed great fame as a physician.
(1522-97) and Jan van Heurne (1543-1601), who will be mentioned subsequently; Franz Emerich (1496-1560), the organizer of clinical instruction at Vienna; Johann Crato of Crafftheim (1519-85), and
Hippocratics let us call attention to the above-mentioned de Monte, who introduced clinical instruction in Padua; to his successors