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Sydenham, Thomas Syllabification: Sy·den·ham, Thomas
Pronunciation: /ˈsidn-əm/ /ˈsidnəm/

Definition of Sydenham, Thomas in English:

( Circa 1624–89), English physician; known as the English Hippocrates. He emphasized the healing power of nature, made a study of epidemics, and explained the nature of the type of chorea that is named after him.

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