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Medical History and Impacting Inventions

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Eden Forcht

on 24 May 2018

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Transcript of Medical History and Impacting Inventions

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Vesalius discovered the true human anatomy. This was a huge discovery and would have a lasting impact for thousands of years after his findings because it lead us to discovering many different things like the steps to digestion, how our bones move, and many other things. At the age of just twenty-five, he proved the originally thought founder of the human anatomy, Galen, wrong. The reason why Galen was wrong was because Galen observed and trialed on apes, Vesalius observed and trialed on humans. Because of his findings, he has published many books relating to medical information.
Invention of Hospitals 1423 AD
The invention of hospitals was and still is important because Physicians could treat multiple patients at once. Multiple doctors could be at the same place and could specialize in different illnesses. They could keep more equipment with them and not have to move it from house to house.


Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi (Rhazes) 865 AD- 925 AD
By Eden Forcht
Medical Studies
Rhazes was a Muslim physician and is best known for the discovery and identification of small pox and measles. This is important because the diseases are very similar and he utilized the Differential Diagnosis strategy where they compare the symptoms of two similar diseases. His diagnosis led to the development of treatments and modern-day vaccines.
Small Pox
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