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Rural settings have less variety than urban ones and don't give the resident, especially in certain specialties and subspecialties, as rich and diverse a clinical experience. New York has the most residency programs, and California ranks second. Hours Worked The number of hours a resident works depends on his or her specialty. The following table is drawn from physician workforce information gathered by FREIDA (Fellowship and Residency Electronic Interactive Data Access), which is the American Medical Association's electronic database containing information about each residency program.
Does he mention any incantations to treat the wounds of Page 5 war. Instead, Homer writes of treatments that were strictly medical. C. on the island of Cos, where he founded a school of medicine. His teachings, which included careful, detailed observation of the patient, encouraged the separation of medicine and religion and gave a scientific and moral basis to medicine. Hippocrates wrote: In acute diseases the physician must make his observations in the following way. He must first look at the face of the patient and see whether it is like that of people in good health, and, particularly, whether it is like its usual self, for this is the best of all; whereas the most opposite to it is the worst, such as the following; nose sharp, eyes hollow, temples sunken, ears cold and contracted and their lobes turned out, and the skin about the face dry, tense, and parched, the color of the face as a whole being yellow or black, livid or lead colored...
Discoveries in genetic and molecular biology, such as Francis Crick and James Watson's cracking of the genetic code in 1953, also moved medicine in a new direction. In 1979 the world was declared free of smallpox, and in 1994 the United States was declared a polio-free zone. By the end of the century, it was hard to imagine a time before mammographies became routine and many forms of cancer were able to be treated with drugs, surgery, and chemotherapy. Page 13 The Future of Medicine The monumental strides of the twentieth century have helped increase life span and have fundamentally altered the way people look at health and illness.