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Traditional medicine: Quiz


Question 1: The ________ also mentions herb use and cultivation.
Old TestamentBiblical canonBibleBiblical apocrypha

Question 2: The most famous Arabic medical treatise was Avicenna's ________, which was an early pharmacopoeia and introduced the method of clinical trials.
The Canon of MedicineAncient Iranian MedicineMedicine in medieval IslamPsychology in medieval Islam

Question 3: The ________ (WHO) defines traditional medicine as:
World Health OrganizationFood and Agriculture OrganizationUniversal Postal UnionSwitzerland

Question 4: Traditional medicine (also known as indigenous or folk medicine) comprises medical knowledge systems that developed over generations within various societies before the era of modern ________.
MedicineSpecialty (medicine)SurgeryPhysician

Question 5: Both Hernandez and Ximenez fitted ________ ethnomedicinal information into the European concepts of disease such as "warm", "cold", and "moist", but it is not clear that the Aztecs used these categories.
Pre-Columbian eraInca EmpireMesoamerican chronologyAztec

Question 6: Within a given culture, elements of indigenous medicine knowledge may be diffusely known by many, or may be gathered and applied by those in a specific role of healer such as a ________ or midwife.
PolytheismReligionShamanismMircea Eliade

Question 7: [4] The Puritans took Gerard's work to the ________ where it influenced American Indigenous medicine.
CanadaAlaskaPhilippinesUnited States

Question 8: [13] Castore Durante published his Herbario Nuovo in 1585 describing medicinal plants from Europe and the East and ________.
AmericasNorth AmericaCaribbeanLatin America

Question 9: Fray Bernadino de SahagĂșn's used ________ methods to compile his codices that then became the Historia General de las Cosas de Nueva Espana, published in 1793.
Social anthropologyAnthropologyEthnographySociology

Question 10: [1] Core disciplines which study traditional medicine include ethnomedicine, ethnobotany, and ________.
Social anthropologyJohns Hopkins UniversityMedical anthropologyHealth


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