Medieval and Early Renaissance Medicine: An Introduction to Knowledge and Practice
Western Europe supported a highly developed and diverse medical community in the late medieval and early Renaissance periods. In her absorbing history of this complex era in medicine, Siraisi explores the inner workings of the medical community and illustrates the connections of medicine to both natural philosophy and technical skills.
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2 Practitioners and Conditions of Practice
3 Medical Education
4 Physiological and Anatomical Knowledge
5 Disease and Treatment
6 Surgeons and Surgery
The Medical Renaissance
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