Mould's Medical Anecdotes: Omnibus Edition
CRC Press, 01.01.1996 - 510 Seiten
Mould's Medical Anecdotes: Omnibus Edition is a fabulous collection of anecdotes on the humorous, intriguing, unusual, mysterious, and historical aspects of medicine. It combines the hugely successful Mould's Medical Anecdotes and More Mould's Medical Anecdotes and includes a selection of more recently collected material. Dr. Mould searched newspapers, advertisements, case histories, monologues, and medical journals on both sides of the Atlantic for this treasure trove.
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Tavern of the Dead
The Yin and the Yang
Surgical Instruments 2340 BC
Coles Patent Truss
The Blind Physician
Andrew Lang on Statistics
Gorky Park and Gerasimov
Descartes and the Mind
Martin Luther on Medicine Mathematics and Theology
Physicians Fees in St Louis 1829
Saint Cosmos and Saint Damian
Punk Rockers Lung
Quacks at TienSing China
Toothache in the Third Century AD?
Caesarian Section by the Patient Herself
Cure for a Babylonian Hangover
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