The Great Figures In Otology

Another Guest Contributor. Dr Fernanda Muñoz a resident in ENT at Son Espases University gave this fascinating talk about The Great Figures in Otology in the ENT Department at Son Espases Hospital. It is very interesting and it reminds me of Edmund Burke who said,
” Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it”.
Thanks Fernanda !!!
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Dysthanasia

Everybody or most people have heard of Euthanasia, which is a word that comes from the Greek and means “a good death”. It is a subject that crops up a lot in the news and in films etc. You must remember the film by Alejandro Amenabar, called “Mar Adentro” or in English “Sea Inside”, which…

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Daily Tip 17

  Today’s tip is a quote by Hippocrates, ” Men ought to know that from nothing else but the brain comes joys, delights, laughter and sports, and sorrows, griefs, despondency, and lamentations….. All these things we endure from the brain.” And is used by Gavin Francis in his excellent new book ” Adventures in Human…

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Daily Tip 7

“Wherever the art of medicine is loved, there is also a love of humanity” Hippocrates of Cos

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The Etymology of Medical Terms 3

                    CANCER            Cancer is one of the most talked about and most devastating diseases affecting man. Even today it causes fear, and is  occasionally referred to as the big C. with the euphemism”after a long illness” still sometimes used in obituaries. However,…

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