Galenic


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Galenic

(ɡeɪˈlɛnɪk; ɡə-)
adj
(Medicine) of or relating to Galen or his teachings or methods
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They look in turn at the Near-Eastern and Galenic background then at pharmacology, to explore such topics as reconsidering the term dreckapotheke for the ancient Near East.
Pero tambien saca tiempo para seguir con su faceta de modelo, como embajadora de la firma Galenic, que ahora presenta su nuevo lanzamiento, Diffuseur de Beautec, para iluminar el rostro.
He received his education as a chemical engineer from the Institut Meurice Chimie, Brussels, Belgium and a Galenic Pharmacy degree from the University of Liege, Belgium.
Skin care company Pierre Fabre has chosen Arcade Beauty's Easysnap for its latest launch under the Galenic brand.
Galenic appreciated Easysnap's one-handed gesture and the resolution of the two formulas, which are then mixed in the palm of the hand before application.
Arabic translations of Galenic texts--that he discovered many works of
The effect of Mullaney's distinguishing of his perspective on emotion from those articulated by Galenic scholars such as Gail Kern Paster, Mary Floyd-Wilson, and Michael Schoenfeldt among others is to extend their focus on the matter of the body and the environment to the material, transactional, and social world of the thinking and feeling agent.
when describing their condition, suggesting their greater residual adherence to the Galenic model, Weston finds limited evidence for the consultations as spaces for engaging in the debates over conflicting medical models that consumed the academy and published treatises.
Monastic medicine, the predominant form of health care during the 6th through 12th centuries in Europe and the Levant, and was based on Hippocratic and Galenic theory placed against the backdrop of medieval theology.
For the past two decades, ever since Gail Kern Paster's landmark study The Body Embarrassed (Cornell, 1993), scholars have extensively researched how Galenic medical theory, with its emphasis on the fluctuation and balance of the four humors, shaped early modern notions of the body, affect, emotions, and environment.
Several topical approaches have been proposed, in particular through improvement of galenic forms or protection of epidermal surface.
She paints a vivid Galenic picture of the emotional world of the early modern spectator, much influenced by Gail Kern Paster.