BICHAT


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BICHATBiological and Chemical Attacks and Threats
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The more he became interested in special questions of disease, such as the nature of fever or fevers, the more keenly he felt the need for that fundamental knowledge of structure which just at the beginning of the century had been illuminated by the brief and glorious career of Bichat, who died when he was only one-and-thirty, but, like another Alexander, left a realm large enough for many heirs.
Desde su departamento en la calle Bichat, una mujer escucho los tiros y se asomo por su ventana.
El joven Bichat se entrego con verdadero ahinco al estudio de la anatomia, disecando cadaveres en el Hotel-Dieu, y aplicando al estudio de los diversos componentes homogeneos del organismo: piel, grasa, carne, muscular, los recursos que entonces ofrecian la fisica y la quimica.
Driven by his research on tissues, Bichat would steer medicine farther away from observation and theory in order to stress the need to not necessarily acquire surgical skills, but to have a strong practical grounding in physiological knowledge itself.
La bola adiposa de Bichat se epiteliza en un periodo de aproximadamente tres a cuatro semanas.
In that historic review, he referred to the novel concept of tissue," developed by Bichat and G.
El cuerpo adiposo de Bichat es un tejido que actuaria como una almohadilla, deslizandose entre los musculos masticatorios y mimeticos cuando se acortan, evitando roces con diferentes estructuras.
El genio de Bichat sepulto la erronea teoria de los humores con la que Galeno habia oscurecido el proceso medico por mas de mil anos; su experiencia en la practica de necropsias dio origen a sus magistrales obras Traite des Membranes y Anatomie Pathologique.
And in the chapters on Bichat (chapter 4), Davy (chapter 5), and Galois (chapter 6) that follow, Chai traces out analogous distinctions between degrees of reflexivity, ranging from Bichat's attempt to develop a new theory of vitality, to Galois' more ambitious field theory; Galois theory could be extended to include new members in a group that are not yet known--a group defined by a "principle of containment" rather than an account of its elements (147).
It is exemplified in the Claude-Bernard Bichat experience, where in-ICU mortality was 20.
3] exposure chamber was installed at the Hospital Bichat in Paris.
Toda la jerarquia introducida por Bichat desde la celula al tejido y luego al organo supone que los constituyentes de la materia viva son los mismos que se encuentran en todo el universo, pero la Vida es una forma especial de ordenamiento con propia legitimidad; por ende, debe estudiarse con arreglo a una metodica que tome en cuenta las complejidades ascendentes de sus diversos constituyentes.