¿Qué es la semiótica médica?

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  • John Tredinn ick-Rowe

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24039/cv20164268

Palabras clave:

semiótica médica, semiótica, hospital semiótico, historia de diagnóstico

Resumen

Este documento intenta proporcionar una mirada hacia una pregunta básica, ¿qué es semiótica médica? Semiótica como una materia se ha aplicado a muchas áreas de trabajo que van desde arte, biología, educación, música y zoología para nombrar solo algunas. Sin embargo el lado médico de la semiótica, a pesar de tener una conexión intrincada a los orígenes de la semiótica en sí misma no ha atraído tanta atención como otras disciplinas dentro de la ciencia de los signos. Este artículo comienza dando una descripción de las fundaciones históricas de la semiótica médica, de su uso en los siglos dieciocho y diecinueve en patología europea, del diagnóstico y de Nosología, que es seguido por ejemplos de la literatura contemporánea en el tema, y concluye con las hipótesis en donde la disciplina puede todavía ir. Es la afirmación del autor que la semiótica médica tiene una larga e importante historia, que es a menudo pasada por alto en la medicina como también en semiótica. Y si la disciplina va a continuar existiendo, tendrá que incorporar la teoría y la práctica en sus descripciones de la patología y el diagnóstico.

 

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2017-02-15

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Tredinn ick-Rowe, J. (2017). ¿Qué es la semiótica médica?. Cátedra Villarreal, 4(2). https://doi.org/10.24039/cv20164268

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