Definición de materia medica en inglés:

materia medica

Saltos de línea: ma|teria med¦ica
Pronunciación: /məˌtɪərɪə ˈmɛdɪkə
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
1The body of remedial substances used in the practice of medicine: his confidence in materia medica tends to waver
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For the next 7 years, he continued his practice of medicine and lectured on materia medica in Cambridge, until his return to London, where he had a rich and productive professional career.
  • Even though, as far as I know, snail shell is not a substance used in the Chinese materia medica, it resembles in shape and quality other substances which are.
  • It is the milder substances that make up the vast bulk of the Chinese materia medica.
1.1The study of the origin and properties of substances used in the practice of medicine: to one Professor is assigned Human Anatomy and Materia Medica
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The early licensure exams consisted of six sections: medical nursing, surgical nursing, dietetics and home sanitation, obstetrical nursing, anatomy and physiology and materia medica.
  • Herbal preparations from the traditional Ayur-Vedic materia medica were utilized according to clinical indications.
  • He was so convinced of the importance of Arabic medicine that he began to learn the language himself, and wrote commentaries praising the therapeutics and materia medica of al-Razi.

Origen

late 17th century: modern Latin, translation of Greek hulē iatrikē 'healing material' (the title of a work by Dioscorides).

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