9B Treating the Infected - 9 Disease Discovery of the Germ...

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9: Disease & Discovery of the Germ ° ° Cotton ° trained by the elite of the elite, prestigious educated in medicine at Johns Hopkins in Balyimore by Adolf Meyer, who presided over American Psychology o Psychiatry is not as scientific as the rest of biomedicine o Since the 20 th century push to make it more scientifically valid : apply models of disease o Semantic basis for psychiatry
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9: Disease & Discovery of the Germ ° Attempt to treat patients with some humanity Establishment of new laboratory  operations Employs best and brightest Mental illness has a bodily basis; brain disease = mental disease o Hidden pockets of infection lying in cavities or hidden crevices in the body, ie teeth o Infection: Tonsils, (Appendicitis), Teeth o Sources of infection poison the brain and spread through the body, cause of madness FOCAL INFECTION / SEPSIS o General health o Metastasis the development of secondary malignant growths at a distance from a primary site of cancer. a growth of this type.
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9: Disease & Discovery of the Germ ° Removal of teeth o Supply of dentures o Teeth extracted o Gloopy food served at dinner time o Grosssss! If Cotton feels that patient is showing positive signs of Loop of escalation of treatment Parts of colon’s removed or resected Others have their ovaries removed
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