Texts of Wladyslaw Bieganski General Problems of The Theory of Medical Sciences (1897)
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In the previous chapters we have analyzed the origins and the development of disease. We have seen that from a biological point of view, disease is not foreign to life. It is a specific manifestation of life, necessary when the cell is facing very strong stimuli. We have said that a function can be defined as a reaction of a living cell to small and medium stimuli, whereas disease, or a modified function, is the reaction of the same live cell to strong and excessive stimuli.
KeywordsPrevious Chapter Strong Stimulus Pathological Function Causal Treatment Ideal Therapy
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