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Consult Summary Table 41 for a quick review of some important words and word parts
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Summary Table 41 Words and Word Parts Write in the exact meaning (literal English translation) for up to 10 key terms selected from the preceding block of text After you are done, check your word meanings with the correct answers, which are given at the end of this chapter
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Key Terms therapy Pre xes (none) Roots therap treating traumat wounds path disease morbid illness mortal death Suf xes -y process of -ology the study of -ology the study of -ity a condition of -ity a condition of -ologist one who studies (none) Exact Meanings 1
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morbidity
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mortality
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pathologist
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THE SPECIAL WORLD OF CHEMOTHERAPY
Now that we have probed several aspects of physical therapy (physiotherapy or physiatrics), we are ready to explore the special world of chemotherapy Quite obviously, chemotherapy involves treating morbid or premorbid (PREE-morbid) problems with the use of chemicals (chem)
Terms of Therapy
Our current faith in the power of chemotherapy, and especially medicinal (meh-DIH-sih-nal) drugs, to solve all of our health defects has become far too strong! Consider, for instance, the common prescription of placebos by our physicians Placebo means I will please in common English This re ects the fact than a medical doctor may give a patient plain sugar pills or some other medically inactive tablet to satisfy an unreasonable demand for medicine!
The birth of chemotherapy
In Ancient China about 2000 BC, much of the early experimentation on the effects of drugs was carried out by Shen Nung (Figure 42) With the aid of his helpers, Shen Nung gathered many plants and herbs from the Chinese countryside He then proceeded to grind up these plants and try them out on himself! Somehow, Shen Nung managed to survive without being poisoned to death, and he wrote the rst classi cation of drugs Therefore, Shen Nung is often called the Founder of Chinese pharmacy (FAR-muh-see) the preparation of drugs Shen Nung is also known as the Founder of pharmacology (far-muh-KAHLuh-jee), which is literally the study of (-ology) drugs (pharmac) Shen Nung was a rather primitive pharmacologist (far-muh-KAHL-uh-jist) in that he was one who studied (-ologist) the effects of drugs upon himself ! For example, Shen Nung discovered the important pharmacologic (far-muhkuh-LAHJ-ik) bene ts of such naturally occurring Asian plants as mandrake (MAN-drayk) and ginseng (JIN-seng) Mandrake means Man-dragon That is, it looks somewhat like a weird man! (See Figure 43, A) The mandrake plant has a very short stem (like the trunk of a human body) and a thick forked root (like two human legs) In Chinese legend, the mandrake
Fig 4-2 Shen Nung, the Father of Pharmacy
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Fig 4-3 Mandrake and ginseng: man -like roots! (A) Mandrake, the Man-dragon
(B) Ginseng, the Chinese Man
root is said to cry out when it is pulled up from the ground! Shen Nung advocated use of the mandrake root as a medicine because it can induce emesis (EM-eh-sis) or vomiting when eaten and it has powerful narcotic ( 2) properties Nevertheless, mandrake root should not be consumed in large quantities, because it also contains powerful toxins ( poisons ) The word, ginseng, is Chinese for man Ginseng is a low-growing plant whose branched roots (like that of the mandrake) somewhat resemble the human form (Figure 43, B) Even today, the ginseng plant is a prized medicine in Chinese pharmacy In general, ginseng is a powerful stimulant (STIM-youlunt) that goads or prods the faster and stronger occurrence of many different body functions Speci cally, it is often used as a heart tonic and an aphrodisiac (af-roh-DIZ-e-ak), a stimulator of sexual desire [Thinking suggestion: Considering the shape of the mandrake and ginseng plant roots, why do you think they might have powerful placebo effects Speculate, and discuss your ideas with another person]
Modern chemotherapy comes of age
When we think of chemotherapy in modern times, we usually don t have visions of man-shaped mandrake and ginseng roots swimming in our heads, do
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