hippiatric

hippiatric

(ˌhɪpɪˈætrɪk)
adj
(Veterinary Science) relating or belonging to the treatment of disease in horses
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She contributes to both medical history and animal studies by discussing the evolution of English Hippiatric medicine from ancient through medieval to early modern times, astrology and astrological medicine, health regimens and preventative medicine, remedial and surgical medicine, and the dissemination of knowledge through oral and manuscript culture and print.
Tsenshab Rinpoche, a dge lugs pa specialist in ritual born in 1935, and Anne-Marie Blondeau, whose studies of rituals as well as previous studies in Tibetan hippiatric medicine and Tibetan medical terminology render her advice most precious, as well as Dan Martin.
These include, in order, seven mythological texts, nine ritual texts, two incantations, two "scientific" texts (one hippiatric and one teratological), fifteen letters, five juridical texts, twelve economic texts, and three abecedaries (actually three tablets, five copies of the alphabet).