Abord clinique des affections du rachis par le chirurgien by Vincent Pointillart

By Vincent Pointillart

Le dos est l. a. maladie du si?cle, qui touchera au moins une fois dans sa vie chaque personne et qui occupe quelques heures dans l. a. formation des g?n?ralistes de tous can pay. Le vieillissement progressif de los angeles inhabitants avec son prevalence sur l. a. pathologie d?g?n?rative et tumorale secondaire, l. a. s?dentarit? accrue, l’augmentation de l’esp?rance de vie des handicap?s par l?sion m?dullaire traumatique, sont autant de facteurs qui accentuent los angeles demande de soins incluant le recours ? un avis chirurgical. los angeles rapidit? de l’apparition de nouvelles options ? l. a. fois diagnostiques et th?rapeutiques laisse le g?n?raliste souvent d?sempar? face ? cette pathologie. L’objectif de ce livre est d’en faciliter los angeles compr?hension pour favoriser une orientation plus rapide et plus adapt?e, limiter les erreurs diagnostiques et le retard pr?judiciable, am?liorer los angeles communique entre g?n?raliste et sp?cialiste et enfin d?mythifier le rachis – en particulier los angeles chirurgie rachidienne marqu?e par le syndrome du fauteuil roulant. Le optimal chapitre est consacr? ? l’enfant et l’adolescent, le moment ? l’adulte de moins de cinquante ans, et le troisi?me ? l’adulte apr?s cet ?ge. Chacun de ces chapitres suggest un expos? pratique des signes cliniques et une conduite ? tenir diagnostique pour permettre une orientation judicieuse du sufferer. Le quatri?me chapitre est sp?cifique aux bless?s m?dullaires ? los angeles part chronique. Les deux suivants exposent les r?flexions qui guident l. a. strat?gie chirurgicale et le suivi du malade op?r?.

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Does Aristotle's careful 'swiss-clock-game' with Plato and separation imply that Plato did not make the final move and did not use terms of separation and all that is implied? The contrast with Socrates would suggest that this 'separation' was made by other followers of Socrates close to Plato. At 1078, they are called 'thefirst people to say that there are forms' First before Plato? But why not? Plato may not, after all, have been the 'onlie begetter' of the Theory of Forms, although on the evidence of 987b7-8, he may well have been the first to give them that name.

From passages like Euthyd. 278e3ff. (which is most explicit on this, but others could be cited by the bushel), I thought that the basic motivating force was man's natural desire to have a good life (which is why Albinus could, however anachronistically, ascribe the Stoic bpla~l to Plato's ethics - see my remarks on Inwood's book). This was one of those points of 423 JOHN GLUCKER 'unwritten philosophy', for which the earliest attempt at a justification known to me is De Fin V, 27 ft. (following Antiochus, who might, just about, be following Theophrastus or Polemo, but is more likely, as Inwood has argued, to be replying to the Stoic position).

But this needs checking If I have not been entirely happy with everything Fine says, I could hardly have said half the things I have said here without the stimulation of her article. If space prevents me from doing anything like justice to her monograph, it also prevents me - whether this is a comfort or not - from making more criticisms of details. Her work is a solid achievement both in opening some new prospects and making a bonfire of some dead wood which has been lying around too long. I hope it forces future scholars to look harder at their Greek texts rather than start a new subliterary species of 'Fine on IE'.

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