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Fig 13 Two common symbols for medicine
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secrets of healing and passed them on, from father to son Eventually, temples of Asclepius were built throughout Greece, and they spread to Rome and much of Italy At such temples, sick pilgrims would come to sleep, rest, and be prayed over by the priest-physicians Asclepius adopted the sacred snake as his symbol for healing This was because the snake periodically sheds its skin, which is then regrown or healed Thus, every temple of Asclepius had many sacred snakes slithering through its hallways and probably crawling over the bodies of the sleeping pilgrims! Over time, a single snake coiled around a wooden staff carried by Asclepius became the traditional symbol for medicine (Figure 13 A) Interestingly, this symbol differs from the caduceus (kuh-DEW-see-us) or staff of Mercury (Figure 13 B) The caduceus is composed of a central staff with two snakes entwined in opposite directions around it, with a pair of wings placed on top The caduceus was carried by Mercury, the winged Messenger of the gods It is sometimes used as an emblem of the medical profession, because the two snakes can represent the struggle between the powers of Life and Death The Romans made statues of Asclepius holding a staff with its single serpent Eventually, the fame of Asclepius became so great that, legend has it, Zeus (ZOOS), the Father of the Gods and the People, became angry and jealous Hades (HAY-deez), God of the Underworld, also complained to Zeus that Asclepius was healing far too many mortals and even bringing some back from the dead, thereby reducing the population of the Underworld! Zeus therefore struck Asclepius down with a bolt of lightning (Greek myth says) to eliminate his excessive skill as a great physician (Figure 14) As far as we know, Asclepius
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Fig 14 Zeus striking down Asclepius with a lightning bolt
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(the real mortal man) may actually have been killed by a lightning bolt while wandering through the countryside After his death, this myth of Asclepius grew until he nally became known as the God of Healing The temples of Asclepius continued to spread throughout much of the Roman empire Every night for more than a thousand years, sick pilgrims would come and sleep in the temples, where the priest-physicians would give them herbal remedies and pray to Asclepius (the God of Healing) for supernatural intervention
THE GREEK FOUNDATION OF MODERN MEDICINE: HIPPOCRATES
Asclepius and his followers emphasized supernatural remedies for healing, such as that of fasting and praying to the Greek gods Yet, while Asclepius was still alive, another Greek physician, Hippocrates, began to take a different route Hippocrates, as we have mentioned, is considered the Father of Modern
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Medicine because he emphasized a logical and natural route to wellness He believed that medical treatment should assist nature in healing the body He considered changes in diet rst, then turned to drugs and surgery as a last resort He liked to feed his patients a watery gruel (GROO-el) or meal of thin porridge containing barley His main medicine was honey: The drink to be employed should there be any pain is vinegar and honey If there be great thirst, give water and honey He made many important observations that are as true today as they were in his own time For example, his saying that Fat persons are more exposed to sudden death than the slender re ects what we know today about the relationship between obesity and increased risk for heart disease Perhaps most important, Hippocrates turned to love and kindness in his dealings with patients: For where there is the love of man, there is also the love of the Art This central concern for the patient s welfare is re ected in the Hippocratic (hip-uh-KRAT-ik) Oath The Oath provided kindly guidelines for future physicians, such as this line: I will follow that method of treatment which, according to my ability and judgment, I consider for the bene t of my patients, and abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous Even today, the Hippocratic Oath is sworn by many graduating medical students Hippocrates became fairly knowledgeable in the subject of anatomy (ahNAT-oh-me) We can de ne anatomy as body structure, and the study of body structures Because Hippocrates was able to heal fractured bones by forcing the broken ends back together in the proper way, for instance, he must have had some expertise in bone anatomy In this book, many of the chapters will have background information on related normal anatomy of the healthy, uninjured human body [Special note: A closely related book in this series, ANATOMY DEMYSTIFIED, discusses body structures in great detail] To help us identify a certain key fact about normal anatomy, an icon of a normal long bone will be shown in the nearby page margin In addition, a black capital letter A will indicate that the fact is about anatomy (Figure 15 shows such an Anatomy Memory Pill) A picture of a long bone followed by A1, for example, will indicate anatomy, key fact #1
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