Teodorico Borgognoni
Theodoric Borgognoni (Lucca, 1205–1298), also known as Teodorico de'Borgognoni, and Theodoric of Lucca, was an Italian who became one of the most significant surgeons of the medieval period. A Dominican friar and Bishop of Cervia, Borgognoni is considered responsible for introducing and promoting important medical advances including basic antiseptic practice in surgery and the use of anaesthetics.

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Theodoric Borgognoni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Theodoric Borgognoni (Lucca, 1205–1298), also known as Teodorico de'Borgognoni, and Theodoric of Lucca, was an Italian who became one of the most  ...
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BORGOGNONI, TEODORICO
Also known as Teodorico dei Borgognoni, Teodorico of. Lttcca, and Teodorico of Cervia, Teodorico llorgognoni was born in Loeca {Tuscany} in 1205. He was ...
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Teodorico Borgognoni in Dizionario Biografico – Treccani
di Antonio Alecci. BORGOGNONI, Teodorico. - Figlio di Ugo, nacque a Lucca nel 1205. Ultimo di quattro fratelli, seguì nel 124 il padre a Bologna.
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Teodorico Borgognoni's Contributions to Medieval Medicine
May 12, 2010 ... Teodorico Borgognoni was a very influential surgeon in Medieval Italy. His contributions to medicinal knowledge were instrumental in medical ...
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Vernacularization as an Intellectual and Social Bridge. The ... - Jstor
Teodorico Borgognoni (1205-1298) and the regimen of Arnau de. Vilanova (ca. ... Borgognoni's Chirurgia' has very early links with Catalan culture. The text was ...
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Teodorico Borgognoni, Vida, Logros, El Cyrurgia
Teodorico Borgognoni, también conocido como Teodorico de'Borgognoni y Teodorico de Lucca, era un italiano que se convirtió en uno de los cirujanos más  ...
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History of Infection Control and its…
Discover how Louis Pasteur revolutionized our understanding of wound putrefaction, thereby opening the way for sterile surgery practices in the 20th century.
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History of Medicine. The history of medical science, considered as a part of the general history of civilization, should logically begin in Mesopotamia, where ...
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Theodoric Borgognoni (Lucca, 1205–1298), also known as Teodorico de'Borgognoni, ... Theodoric studied medicine at the University of Bologna becoming a ...
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Also known as Teodorico dei Borgognoni, Teodorico of. Lttcca, and Teodorico of ... university city of Bologna. where he owned considerable real estate. In 1290 ...
Teodorico Borgognoni - Wikipedia
Teodorico de' Borgognoni (n. 1205 sau 1206 - m. 1296 sau 1298) a fost călugăr italian, episcop de Cervia și medicul papei Inocențiu al III-lea, care a devenit ...
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Medieval Medicine: A Reader
Medieval Medicine: A Reader
Faith Wallis, 2010
(2): teodoRiCo. BoRgognoni. and. the. neW. suRgiCal. diseases. As they devoured the Arabic treatises on surgery, notably book 4 of Avicenna's Canon and the surgery of Albucasis, western practitioners discovered a hitherto unknown domain ...
The Last Jew
The Last Jew
Noah Gordon, 2002
Set in Spain under the Inquisition, this latest big historical novel from Gordon (Shaman; The Rabbi) follows the adventures of young Yonah Helkias as he stays true to his Jewish faith, escapes from misadventures and finds love. In Toledo, in 1489, a precious reliquary of a Christian saint, crafted by Yonah's silversmith father, disappears; Yon...
Medieval Medicine
Medieval Medicine
Plinio Prioreschi, 2003
... that it was written in 1267.511 Teodorico himself refers (see below) to Filia principis (“The Daughter of the Prince”) as a book of surgery of which he was the author.512 Possibly the son of Ugo Borgognoni and certainly his disciple, Teodorico ...
Medieval and Early Renaissance Medicine: An Introduction to Knowledge and Practice
Medieval and Early Renaissance Medicine: An Introduction to Knowledge and Practice
Nancy G. Siraisi, 1990
Western Europe supported a highly developed and diverse medical community in the late medieval and early Renaissance periods. In her absorbing history of this complex era in medicine, Siraisi explores the inner workings of the medical community and illustrates the connections of medicine to both natural philosophy and technical skills.
Secrets Of Women: Gender, Generation, and the Origins of Human Dissection
Secrets Of Women: Gender, Generation, and the Origins of Human Dissection
Katharine Park, 2010
"Park's book will undoubtedly prove to be an important contribution to the history of anatomy. For the first time, it extensively discusses the history of anatomy from the viewpoint of the corpse and, because of its particular focus on women's bodies, it will radically change the way we think about the (male) history of the anatomize...
Military Medicine: From Ancient Times to the 21st Century
Military Medicine: From Ancient Times to the 21st Century
Jack Edward McCallum, 2008
Cervia. (Teodorico. Borgognoni). (ca. 1205–1296). Theodoric was a medieval Italian surgeon who anticipated Henri de Mondeville, Paracelsus, and Lord Joseph Lister in suggesting that cleanliness was of major importance in wound healing.
Health and Wellness in Antiquity through the Middle Ages (Health and Wellness in Daily Life)
Health and Wellness in Antiquity through the Middle Ages (Health and Wellness in Daily Life)
William H. York, 2012
Health and Wellness in Antiquity through the Middle AgeS≪/i> compares and contrasts health-care practices in seven different cultures from around the world. In considering the range of medical practitioners in each society, and the kinds of health care they provided, it examines the development of a written medical tradition, the methods ...
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A vida é um show!: Anestesia - um resumo da história e dos procedimentos anestésicos.
Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809/1894),médico norte americano,foi o primeiro a propôro uso das palavras "anestesia", "anestésico"e "anestesiado"(Foto: Wikipedia) Diga a verdade: quando você se senta na cadeira do dentista e ele lhe diz "por favor, abra a boca", e se for para obturar um dente, você fica torcendo para que ele lhe aplique uma anestesia, não é? Eu, com certeza, peço ao dentista para aplicá-la. A razão é muito simples: ninguém gosta de sentir dor.
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Los idiotas comecuras | M-invariant
Están en todas partes. Puede ser uno de tus tíos, o de tus profesores. Están entre tus amigos, tus parientes, tus conocidos. Puede que tú mismo lo seas. Y son idiotas, al menos en algunas cosas. Y rojos. Tan, pero tan rojos, que hasta caminan ros(z)ados. ¿Quiénes son? Los comecuras. Esa bola de "rebelditos" tienen…
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Gabinete del albeitar: El Islam
Siria, junto a gran parte del resto del Imperio Bizantino, había sufrido una serie de calamidades desde mediados del siglo VI: terremotos, plagas, declive económico, invasiones persas sasánidas, y una generación de ocupación sasánida, lo peor de todo fueron los terremotos y las plagas, una serie de epidemias, que comenzaron en el 540, redujo la población un tercio en las ciudades infestadas de ratas portadoras de la plaga, los nómadas, que vivían en tiendas, en cambio, escaparon casi sin daños, de hecho, existía una gran población árabe dentro de la Siria Bizantina, siendo muchos de religión cristiana y judía, y otros paganos. Los pueblos de lengua árabe de la península arábiga y de las zonas vecinas seguían diferentes religiones y diferentes estilos de vida, algunos vivían en ciudades como mercaderes o marineros, pero la mayoría eran granjeros campesinos “fallahin” en los oasis de Arabia, los fértiles montes del Yemen o los pueblos de la Siria Bizantina y del Iraq sasánida, incluso entre los nómadas existían importantes diferencias entre el autentico “badw” (beduino), que criaba dromedarios del desierto profundo, y los seminómadas “ra´w” de los límites de la zona cultivada, dentro del desierto, las tribus normalmente viajaban cruzando el territorio de unos y otros bajo acuerdos pacíficos, raramente luchaban entre sí.
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