The hippocratic corpus is a collection of writings

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15. The Hippocratic Corpus is a Collection of Writings that may -- or may not -- have been written by Hippocrates. The Treatment of a First Century Patient by a Physician following the Hippocratic Corpus would have involved -- A. Sleeping in the Temple and having Asclepius appear in a Dream to tell the Patient how to heal themselves. B. Sleeping in the Temple and having Hippocrates appear in a Dream to tell the Patient how to heal themselves. C. A Change of Diet, the Administration of Herbal Medicine, and very limited Surgery. D. A Series of Ritual Baths: A warm Bath (“Tepidarium”), a very Hot Bath (“Caldarium”), and finally a Cold Bath (“Frigidarium”). 16. During his Practice in Rome in the Third Century Galen would have expected a Patient with a Phlegmatic Temperament (L= inflamed) to have had an Imbalance of Humors (and the Chances are quite Good that Galen could have physically demonstrated an overabundance of Phlegm in a Phlegmatic Patient to any Physician who doubted The Humoral Theory). Using 2013 Terminology, we would say this Phlegmatic Patient almost certainly had an Imbalance of -- 17. During his Work with the Lille Alcohol Industry, Louis Pasteur proposed that --
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MIC 101 Exam 1 Page 11 18. Robert Koch initially grew the Causative Agent of Anthrax in the Vitreous humor of an Ox ʼ s Eye on a Glass Slide. However, there were serious Contamination Problems. So Koch invented the Hanging-Drop Technique, which allowed him to grow the Pure Cultures of Bacillus anthracis . Mice inoculated with these Pure Cultures contracted Anthrax. Koch published his Proof of Pasteur ʼ s Germ Theory in 1877. A specific Microbe was shown to cause a specific Disease. A Microbe from Pure Culture was shown to cause a specific Disease. The Causative Agent of Anthrax is a -- A. Gram Positive, Endospore-Forming Rod-Shaped Bacterium. B. Gram Positive, Endospore-Forming Spherical Bacterium. C. Gram Positive, Acid-Fast Spherical Bacterium surrounded by a waxy Surface of Mycolic Acids. D. Gram Negative, Acid Fast Rod-Shaped Bacterium surrounded by a waxy Surface of Mycolic Acids.
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