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 El término holístico del griego bolos («todo») se refiere a una manera de entender la realidad desde el punto de vista de varias unidades integradas cuyas propiedades no pueden reducirse a las de unidades más pequeñas.

 en español en el original inglés.

* N. del T. La teoría denominada bootstrap (alusión en inglés a uno de los disparates del barón de Munchhausen, al pretender elevarse tirando de los cordones de sus propias botas, deja entrever que las partículas que efectivamente existen en la naturaleza estarían cornpuestas unas por otras «cerrándose» el proceso sobre sí mismo.

* Las neuronas son las células nerviosas que reciben y transmiten los impulsos nerviosos.

* Del griego iatros («médico»).

* La vivisección, en el sentido más amplio, incluye todos los experimentos practicados en animales, en los que puede, o no, haber disección, y especialmente los que se consideran dolorosos para el sujeto.

* La cristalografía de rayos X, inventada en 1912 por Lawrence Bragg, es el método utilizado para determinar la disposición ordenada a los átomos en las estructuras moleculares —origi­nalmente denominadas cristales— a través de un análisis de la refrangibilidad de los rayos X en estas estructuras.

* El modelo biomédico suele llamarse simplemente modelo médico. No obstante, utilizaré el término «biomédico» para distinguirlo de los modelos conceptuales de otros sistemas mé­dicos, por ejemplo, del sistema médico chino.

* Etiología, del griego aitia (causa) es un término médico que significa la causa (o causas) de una enfermedad.

* Del griego psyche («mente») y atreia («curación»).

* Las glándulas incluidas en el sistema endocrino son las glándulas pituitarias (cerebro), tiroides (cuello), las glándulas suprarrenales (riñones), los islotes de Langerhans (páncreas) las gónadas (genitales).

* La insulina es la hormona que segregan las glándulas del páncreas llamadas islotes de Lagerhans.

* El escaner de tomografía o «CAT scanner» es una máquina que se usa para diagnosticar por medio de rayos X las anomalías dentro del cráneo. Está compuesto de un aparato de rayos X que dirige los rayos a través del cerebro desde varios puntos; la unidad va acoplada a un ordenador que analiza la información obtenida y construye unas imágenes visuales que no pueden obtenerse con las técnicas convencionales.

* Las máquinas de diálisis renal filtran o «dializan» la sangre de las personas con deficiencias renales, realizando la función de los riñones.

* Bypass: operación que consiste en desviar una arteria bloqueada.

* Enfermedades yatrogénicas —del griego iartros («médico») y genesis («origen»)— son enfermedades producidas por el proceso médico en sí.

* La quimioterapia es el tratamiento de las enfermedades con productos químicos, esto es, con fármacos.

* Asociación de Médicos Americanos.

* N. del T. «Mad», en inglés, significa loco, desquiciado.

* Las partículas alfa están compuestas de dos protones y dos neutrones

* El período del plutonio (Pu-239), esto es, el tiempo que tarde la desintegración progresiva de la mitad de una cantidad dada es de 24.400 años. Esto significa que si un gramo de plutonio es liberado en el medio ambiente, después de 500.000 años quedará aproximadamente un millonésimo de gramo, una cantidad diminuta pero aún tóxica.

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