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a famous greek physician and medical writer, born in cos, about 460 B. C. Hippocrates sleeve, a conical strainer, made by stitching together two adjacent sides of a square piece of cloth, especially. Flannel of linen.

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... Published copy of article with correspondence, 1979 -- 1980. Graduation address given by Dr. Martin at Iowa Western Community College. Heirs of Hippocrates. Correspondence, clippings, publicity, etc., 1974 -- 1994 History of Medicine Society at the University of Iowa. Correspondence, clippings, ...

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Origin of Medicine Symbol

... he had winged ankles. It is to the former god that medical students traditionally swear their allegiance, (this is part of the Hippocratic oath). Hippocrates, and his entourage, known as the founding fathers of modern medical ethics, lived, moved and had their being circa 500 years B.C.

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