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  • Bloodletting - Wikipedia

    Bloodletting (or blood-letting) is the withdrawal of blood from a patient to prevent or cure illness and disease. Bloodletting was based on an ancient system of ...

  • A Brief History of Bloodletting - HISTORY

    As researchers announce that bloodletting might have some benefits after all, find out more about this ancient treatment’s long history.

  • Bloodletting - definition of bloodletting by The Free ...

    2. bloodletting - indiscriminate slaughter; "a bloodbath took place when the leaders of the plot surrendered"; "ten days after the bloodletting Hitler gave the action ...

  • Bloodletting | Define Bloodletting at

    Bloodletting definition, the act or practice of letting blood by opening a vein; phlebotomy. See more.

  • The history of bloodletting | BC-Medical Journal

    With a history spanning at least 3000 years, bloodletting has only recently—in the late 19th century—been discredited as a treatment for most ailments.

  • Bloodletting (The Walking Dead) - Wikipedia

    "Bloodletting" is the second episode of the second season of the post-apocalyptic horror television series The Walking Dead. It initially aired on AMC in the United ...

  • Bloodletting | Definition of Bloodletting by Merriam-Webster

    Meanwhile, the war grinds on, with no sign that the bloodletting could end anytime soon. —

  • Bloodletting - Science Museum

    Your body contains about 5 litres of blood. Assuming you’re resting, this is pumped around your body in just one minute. Blood is vital to our survival and ...

  • Bloodletting Is Still Happening, Despite Centuries of Harm ...

    Thought bloodletting went out in the 19th century? Think again.

  • bloodletting | Definition of bloodletting in English by ...

    Definition of bloodletting - the surgical removal of some of a patient's blood for therapeutic purposes., the violent killing and wounding of people during a w

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