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Allopathy (used up.; allopathia; Greek allos – another, excellent, other, the Greek pathos changed + – a disease) – one of the principles of treatment by the medicines causing the effects opposite to symptoms of a disease in an organism. The term allopathy is entered by S. Ganeman for opposition of homeopathy.

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