The Oxford companion to medicine, Volume 1
John Nicholas Walton, Paul Bruce Beeson, Ronald Bodley Scott (Sir.), Samuel Griffith Owen, Philip Rhodes
Oxford University Press, 1986 - Biography & Autobiography - 1524 pages
Encyclopedia of medical terminology, biographical entries, and essays on "disciplines, specialties, and topics affecting the practice of medicine in the broadest sense." Intended for health professionals and interested laypersons, as well as for English-language audiences. Contents have Anglo-American emphasis. Topical entries include names of contributors and references. Cross references. Appendixes of major medical academic qualifications and of abbreviations
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