An introduction to the history of medicine: with medical chronology, suggestions for study and bibliographic data
You know medicine as it is now, but what about medicine in ancient Egypt? Or during the Renaissance? The History of Medicine examines medicine's evolution from all forms of ancient and primitive medicine through the first World War.
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The Identity of All Forms of Ancient and Primitive Medicine
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