The Growth of Medicine from the Earliest Times to about 1800

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2004 - 632 pages
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Buck breaks the history of Medicine into three parts including Ancient Medicine, Mediaeval Medicine and Medicine During the Renaissance. Partial Contents: Development of the Science and Art of Medicine; Oriental Medicine; Hippocrates the Great; Hospitals and Monasteries in the Middle Ages; Brief History of the Allied Sciences-Pharmacy, Chemistry and Balneotherapeutics; The Founders of Human Anatomy and Physiology; Chemistry and Experimental Pharmacology; Surgery in Germany and Switzerland during the fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries; and Surgery in Great Britain during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.

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