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(Aesculapius)
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  • TEACHING VALUES IN MEDICINE VIA AWARENESS CREATED THROUGH ART. [Journal Article]
    Trans Am Clin Climatol Assoc 2016; 127:98-117Karam GH
  • The design of a new medical education building sought through art to create awareness of important values in physicians. An antique silk embroidery depicting Aesculapius crowning a man charged to protect the medical profession from quackery is placed at the beginning of the space leading into the simulation laboratories to highlight the importance of competency. A charcoal drawing by an important…
  • The Economic Impact of Levothyroxine Dose Adjustments: the CONTROL HE Study. [Journal Article]
    Clin Drug Investig 2017; 37(1):71-83Ernst FR, Barr P, … Vora K
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients experiencing multiple levothyroxine dose adjustments were shown to consume more healthcare resources, resulting in higher costs than those who required no dose adjustments. Each care episode contributed to lost time and wages with total estimated lost productivity escalating with increasing levothyroxine dose adjustments over a 24-month period.
  • [History of pneumology in antiquity (part 2)]. [Historical Article]
    Rev Med Brux 2016 Mar-Apr; 37(2):116-22Demaeyer P
  • Nowadays, Hippocrate, "The Father of Medicine", still influences our medicine. He was famous because of the great medical corpus texts preserved in his name. Only recently, our universities have updated the famous Hippocratic Oath to avoid contradictions with our modern ethics. Hippocrate was a great clinician but a poor anatomist. Hippocratical humourism remained accurate until the age of the en…
  • Zeus, Aesculapius, Amalthea and the proteome of goat milk. [Journal Article]
    J Proteomics 2015; 128:69-82Cunsolo V, Fasoli E, … Foti S
  • The goat whey proteome has been explored in depth via capture with combinatorial peptide ligand libraries (CPLLs) at three different pH values. A total of 452 unique species have been tabulated, a proteome discovery so far unmatched in any single other investigation of milk from any mammalian species. This massive discovery is probably related to: i) the extraordinary load of proteins onto the CP…
  • [The portrait of medicine and Gustav Klimt (1862-1918)]. [Historical Article]
    Rev Med Chil 2013; 141(12):1584-8Finn BC, Bruetman JE, Young P
  • Gustav Klimt was an Austrian Symbolist painter and one of the most important representatives of the modernist movement of the Viennese Secession. The most notable works carried out at his golden age were the "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I" and "The kiss". In 1901 he paints "Medicine" where he returns to the entanglement of floating bodies -the lifetime- among which appears the skeleton of death…
  • The Doryctinae (Braconidae) of Costa Rica: genera and species of the tribe Heterospilini. [Journal Article]
    Zookeys 2013; (347):1-474Marsh PM, Wild AL, Whitfield JB
  • A comprehensive taxonomic study is presented for the four genera and 286 species of the doryctine tribe Heterospilini occurring in Costa Rica. The tribe is represented almost entirely by the 280 species of the genus Heterospilus Haliday. Keys for identification of the genera and species are provided and the genera and species are described and illustrated. An interactive key to the species of Het…
  • On the origin of Ammon's horn. [Historical Article]
    Neurologia 2014; 29(8):490-6Iniesta I
  • CONCLUSIONS: As primary sources of great archaeological and artistic value, Greco-Roman coins provide information about the origins of the myths and gods of classical antiquity and continue to inspire the arts and sciences to this day.
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