The early civilization

Date of publication:2012-1   Press: Shanghai science and Technology Press   Author:Kate Kelly   Pages:125  
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"Medical history: early (Prehistoric Civilization - 500 AD)" tells the story of the new study of ancient culture, because modern technology for the study of ancient civilization provides new information. The article summarized the treatment of primitive human and ancient civilization of India and China, the book also describes the ancient Greeks and Romans to the many contributions to medicine, such as F Pokela Di the patient-centered treatment strategies and the ancient Romans to improve public health.
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Author: Kelly @##@ (beauty) Identification of the cause of Oates's death to spend a very long time. People used to think he might die in a sudden cold spring snowstorm, however the research of the autumn of 2006 has made new conclusions: Oates died of fatal wounds. Since the first found him and took him out of the ice when the careless, Oates's clothes were destroyed. In the body in a follow-up study, researchers found a never noticed the hole in his shoulder. According to the hole, the scientists found Oates ignored the injury, an arrow that pierced his left subclavian artery. In 2007, researchers in Switzerland and Italy medical scanning instrument using newly developed to check the hunter's body, the scan results confirm the 2006 conclusion, namely the arrow pierced his left subclavian artery, causing massive blood loss, resulting in shock and heart attack. This conclusion in 2007 June published in the "Journal of archaeology", and in June 11, 2007 was "Washington Post" reference (but it seems to prove that the new view of speed, "Losangeles times" reported in September 1, 2007 that a radiologist, pathologist and some other researchers are using new forensic technology and CT scanning after the study, say they believe the arrow trauma hemorrhagic only made Oates into a coma, and his death is either because he is in a coma and hit his head on a rock, or his enemies hit his head). Further research on the remains of the display and other people's blood on his clothes. He left the blood stains on clothes more, that he may be with another person or a few people together before death, he may use the left shoulder a wounded man. Research on Oates's health showed that he had whipworm, a raging in various historical periods of intestinal parasites. He had 57 carbon tattoo, a simple point and line end, in his left knee and elbow posterior spinal. X-ray showed his these parts may be suffering from arthritis, therefore, it is unclear whether these tattoos from some form of acupuncture to relieve pain, or other what marked by ceremony.......
Catalogue of books

The


thank the first chapter Paleopathology: Study of prehistoric disease science
understanding early humans and the importance of health.
plagued the ancient human specific injuries.
carbon 14 dating
trephination -- common skull operation
found "Iceman"
Mesopotamia and the history of the origin of
ancient civilization prevalent

second chapter conclusion mummy revelation
ancient Egyptian medical beliefs
Medical papyrus papyrus
the importance and development of
embalming later paving
Pyramid's construction as well as the builder's health
earliest pathology scientist Sir Mark Armand Ruf (1859--1917)
Egypt drug
the early dental

third chapters on the India
India's ancient civilization medical impact: health and medicine development of yoga and the origin of

Vedic Medicine
Ayurvedic medicine origin
India advanced surgical techniques
Buddhism Influence on India medical thinking
herb > conclusion using
fourth chapter Chinese medicine source
early Chinese Wen Ming and medicine Study the origin of
pulse
China ancient acupuncture diagnosis

China ancient famous doctor of traditional Chinese medicine


conclusion vaccination was
fifth chapter of the ancient Greeks and intelligent
early Greek medicine
the understanding of disease.
Aristotle on medical effects of
Alexander college and its influence the medicine liquid
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the plague
the emperor Alexander (356 BC - 323 BC): the death of the great commander

sixth chapter F Pokela Di and
medical observation and recording of the rational medical treatment strategy for
F Pokela di >......
appendix
memorabilia
Chapter excerpt

The early civilization by Kate Kelly: "the prehistoric - 500" tells the story of a new study of ancient culture, because modern technology for the study of ancient civilization provides new information. The article summarized the treatment of primitive human and ancient civilization of India and China, the book also describes the ancient Greeks and Romans to the many contributions to medicine, such as F Pokela Di the patient-centered treatment strategies and the ancient Romans to improve public health.
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