History of Medicine - 19th Century: Rise of Modern Medicine

19th Century: Rise of Modern Medicine

The practice of medicine changed in the face of rapid advances in science, as well as new approaches by physicians. Hospital doctors began much more systematic analysis of patients' symptoms in diagnosis.

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