Careers in Medicine by Terence Sacks

By Terence Sacks

VGM specialist Careers sequence deals high-level information regarding the numerous activity offerings inside numerous expert profession fields. each one e-book offers whole information regarding a given area of expertise, together with tasks, possibilities for development, and salaries. an exceptional selection for occupation making plans classes provided via specialist faculties and departments.

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By Terence Sacks

VGM specialist Careers sequence deals high-level information regarding the numerous activity offerings inside numerous expert profession fields. each one e-book offers whole information regarding a given area of expertise, together with tasks, possibilities for development, and salaries. an exceptional selection for occupation making plans classes provided via specialist faculties and departments.

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Hematology. Infectious diseases. Internal medicine. Medical genetics. Medical oncology. Nephrology. Neurological surgery. Neurology. Nuclear medicine. Obstetrics-gynecology. Ophthalmology. Orthopedic surgery. Otolaryngology. Pathology. Pediatrics. Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Plastic surgery. Preventive medicine. Psychiatry. Pulmonary medicine. Radiology. Rheumatology. Thoracic surgery. Urology. Appendix A: Medical Schools in the United States and Canada133Appendix B: Medical Organizations and Specialty Boards142Appendix C: Bibliography147 Page v About the Author Terry Sacks is an independent writer-editor with more than 25 years' experience in communications.

Second, the government, medical schools, and all facets of the profession have been promoting family medicine as an all encompassing part of medicine, in which the physician treats, diagnoses, and works on disease prevention for all patients. Then, too, many medical students have been turned off by what they regard as the trend toward mechanization, or dehumanization, of the profession, which they believe is the result of specialization. Others prefer to live and practice in rural areas, away from the larger cities.

Later, in the seventeenth century, came the work of the Italian scientist, Galileo Galilei, who first used the compound microscope to observe the human body. Galilei's work was followed by an Italian physician, Giovanni Battista Morgagni, who published the first book on pathology, basing some of his observations on the primitive autopsies of the period. But it was not until the mid-eighteenth century that anyone was able to link disease with existing unsanitary conditions and filth. And still another hundred Page 13 years would elapse before scientific researchers finally understood that it was organisms attacking the body that caused disease and infection.

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