10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NEUROPATHIST»
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... Science of theUSSR; Professor-neuropathist N. V. Konovalov; Professor-
therapeutist A. L. Miasnikov; Professor-therapeutist E. M. Tareyev; Professor-
neuropathist I. N. Filimonov; Professor-neuropathist R. A. Tkachev; Professor-
George Gordon Young, 1953
On Diseases of the Skin
... supply, constituting an apparently local eczema. Here, again, we see the
necessity of combining the neuropathist and the humoropathist in administering
to the one harmonious whole, which nature had in view in the construction
Medicine Unveiled are Letters to the Medical profession and the People, on the
phenomena of Lifo, Health, aud Diseaso, by J. W. Lake, Neuropathist. Mr. Lake is
the author of clever papers on Electricity, in the Lancet. He is therefore not ...
THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF HOMOEPATHY. VOL. XI
If a neuropathist had been selected by the sufferer, he too would find abundant
grounds for his assertion that the nervous system was at fault, and his treatment
also might prove successful. So likewise with a follower of Broussais, who
J.J. DRYSDALE M.D , J.RUTHRFURD RUSELL M.D AND R.E DUDGEON M.D, 1853
Psychotherapy in the Third Reich: The Göring Institute
The British translation of the German terms is "neuropathist," an obsolete term
replaced in American usage by "neurologist." In this study use of the term
neurologist in the context of speaking of psychotherapists means Nervenarzt,
while the ...
Thomas Hardy: The Critical Heritage
But in considering the quadruple fate of the four leading characters, of whom
Jude is but one, we come to matter ofa different order. Here the physician, the
neuropathist, steps in, and takes the pen out of the poet's hand. Let us for a
A New Framework of Special Education in the Russian Federation
... a neuropathist, orthopaedist, otolaryngoculist, oculist, therapist (paediatrist),
physiotherapist; - specialists on special education: a speech therapist,
defectologists, teachers for educating children with mental disabilities, with
hearing and ...
Jan de Groof, Gracienne Lauwers, 2000
Decadent Poetics: Literature and Form at the British Fin de ...
In Gosse's view the fate of the characters had been settled by the intervention of '
the physician, the neuropathist . . . [who] . . . takes the pen out of the poet's hand. .
. . The vita sexualis of Sue is the central interest of the book, and enough is told ...
Jason David Hall, Alex Murray, 2013
The Mind of the Child: Child Development in Literature, ...
... neuropathist', depicting Jude as 'a neurotic subject in whom hereditary
degeneracy takes an idealist turn', and Father Time as a boy 'whose habitual
melancholy, combined with his hereditary antecedents, has prepared us for an
outbreak of ...
Patrick White's The Eye of the Storm, Voss, and Other Novels
4. amok (amuck) system, center. . 5. brain, spine system, description.. 11.
neurography system, name . . 9. neuronymy system, science . . 9. neurology
system, specialist . . 12. neuropathist, psychiatrist tissue tumor.. 11. neurocytoma
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NEUROPATHIST»
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Demi's Drug: What Is Nitrous Oxide?
... left. i was numb and paralysed for two weeks before i got courage to see a neuropathist very recently and my homework lead me here. thanks ... «TIME, Jan 12»