Antipater (2nd-century physician)

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Antipater (Greek: Ἀντίπατρος) was a Greek physician and contemporary of Galen at Rome in the 2nd century.[1][2] Galen gave an account of Antipater's death and the morbid symptoms that preceded it.[3]

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  1. ^ Susan P. Mattern (25 July 2013). The Prince of Medicine: Galen in the Roman Empire. OUP Oxford. pp. 231–. ISBN 0-19-960545-9. 
  2. ^ William Smith (1844). Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology. Taylor and Walton. pp. 203–. 
  3. ^ Galen, De Locis Affect. iv. 11, vol. viii. p. 293.