Download PDF by Vincent Pointillart: Abord clinique des affections du rachis par le chirurgien

By Vincent Pointillart

ISBN-10: 2287721010

ISBN-13: 9782287721014

ISBN-10: 2287721029

ISBN-13: 9782287721021

Le dos est los angeles maladie du si?cle, qui touchera au moins une fois dans sa vie chaque personne et qui occupe quelques heures dans los angeles formation des g?n?ralistes de tous will pay. Le vieillissement progressif de l. a. inhabitants avec son prevalence sur los angeles pathologie d?g?n?rative et tumorale secondaire, los angeles s?dentarit? accrue, l’augmentation de l’esp?rance de vie des handicap?s par l?sion m?dullaire traumatique, sont autant de facteurs qui accentuent los angeles demande de soins incluant le recours ? un avis chirurgical. l. a. rapidit? de l’apparition de nouvelles concepts ? los angeles fois diagnostiques et th?rapeutiques laisse le g?n?raliste souvent d?sempar? face ? cette pathologie. L’objectif de ce livre est d’en faciliter los angeles compr?hension pour favoriser une orientation plus rapide et plus adapt?e, limiter les erreurs diagnostiques et le retard pr?judiciable, am?liorer l. a. communique entre g?n?raliste et sp?cialiste et enfin d?mythifier le rachis – en particulier los angeles chirurgie rachidienne marqu?e par le syndrome du fauteuil roulant. Le greatest chapitre est consacr? ? l’enfant et l’adolescent, le moment ? l’adulte de moins de cinquante ans, et le troisi?me ? l’adulte apr?s cet ?ge. Chacun de ces chapitres suggest un expos? pratique des signes cliniques et une conduite ? tenir diagnostique pour permettre une orientation judicieuse du sufferer. Le quatri?me chapitre est sp?cifique aux bless?s m?dullaires ? los angeles part chronique. Les deux suivants exposent les r?flexions qui guident l. a. strat?gie chirurgicale et le suivi du malade op?r?.

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Some of my sombre and not-so-sombre reflections on this theme I have already expressed above. My other admonition in that preface - that we need more instrumenta studiorum in the form of more reliable texts and collections of texts - still stands. Most of the literature of this recent Hellenistic revival (not excluding Antiochus) is still books and articles 'about', and a growing part of it is already 'about ideas' rather than about what is written in the ancient texts. Soon we shall see the third generation of Horace's Roman Ode - the literature which is not even 'about ideas', but merely about the secondary literature.

E. It may be pedantic to ask why one should cite Herodotus as History and Theognis as Elegiacs (7; n. 32), both of which are not names given by the authors or current in antiquity. It would be less pedantic to protest against expressions like 'an elenchon'; 'in the elenchon' (pp. 6-7), part of the more vitious progeny of transliteration: either quote the Greek, or keep the nominative if you use elenchos as an English term. Lesher does, at least, recognize the importance of philological method for interpreting ancient texts - and what would have gone without saying in post-Renaissance civilized Europe deserves praise 420 CRITICALSTUDY in our barbarous age.

Why, then~ reinterpret the text to mean what is not in it? This may be admirable as 'variations on a theme by Aristotle' and an exercise in modern logic, and I am not competent enough to judge it as such. But is it fair to Aristotle? If fairness to his statements would imply admitting more errors on his part than one would wish to ascribe to him, there is still nothing wrong in ascribing to him what he says, and I would still hold to Cicero's statement in Tusc. I, 39. Aristotle is strong enough to weather a few more errors, and his cosmological arguments have been known to be full of errors and wishful thinking even to his ancient and mediaeval commentators.

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