In ancient Egyptian temples, the priests treated the mutations that were identified at that time those who emigrated from Atlantis. History of medicine ancient Egypt is striking in its perfection. Also corrected in the future this kind of disease in their children and grandchildren, who were born from women of Ancient Egypt. The question arises, is this the beginning of the known modern disease mutation?
It is known that the first wall paintings in the temples appeared in 1800 BC, which told about the treatment of diseases. On this basis, one may assume that before this time the ancient Egyptians did not hurt. But much earlier in Ancient Egypt has already conducted the operation of turning the corpse into a mummy, and this naturally required a certain knowledge in the field of medicine. Ancient Egyptian medicine was treating people very well, about as modern medical cures. One alternative historian argues that in this period was destroyed-the fourth pyramid, from the pyramid complex of Giza. There is a theory that the four pyramids were used by priests to recreate the balance between spirituality and materiality. And supposedly these pyramids could map the cosmic vibrations that emanated from Orion and Sirius. Thus, when one of the pyramids was destroyed, the priests had to find other methdilazine people. History of medicine ancient Egypt is full of secrets and mysteries, because it was brought to Egypt from Atlanta. Continue reading
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Features of the development of ancient Egyptian medicine, its influence on many subsequent medical systems of the Ancient world. Sources on the history and practice of medicine. Medical practice in Ancient Egypt. Describe non-invasive surgery, treatments for fractures. Continue reading
Ophthalmology is the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases of organs of vision — in Ancient Egypt was a specialized branch of medicine.
In 1926 during excavations near the pyramid of Cheops was discovered a funerary stele. Hieroglyphic inscription indicates that it depicts a court physician of Iran, known from surviving historical documents as ophthalmologist, gastroenterologist, pharmacist and proctologist. The creation of this monument, scientists determined quite accurately — the middle of III Millennium BC, Therefore, already in Egypt there was a system of specialization of physicians in certain areas, including ophthalmology.
Information about the achievements of eye physicians of the Nile Delta reached the scientists of the pharaohs was found correspondence with the Hittite kings. So, Ramses II in his letter to the ruler of the Hittites Hattusili III reports that due to illness of the eye the latter sends him “good medicine”.
The famous document of the XV century BC the so-called Leiden papyrus (named after the town in Germany where he is now kept), suggests that the treatment of eye diseases, along with rational actions, included the recitation of certain magical spells, addressed to the God RA. This confirms the close connection of healing with the religious ideas of the ancient Egyptians.
Scientific knowledge, lakopenicescoe luminaries of Ancient Egypt, widely seen in the famous papyrus Ebers, the creation date of which is 1550 BC Historical document contains a total of 431 ophthalmic recommendation. Continue reading