Stedman's Medical Eponyms
Williams & Wilkins, 1998 - Medical - 524 pages
Not your traditional word book! Stedman's Medical Eponyms provides useful context and clarity for transcribing eponymic terms. Each eponymic entry is accompanied by available biographic data, including the individual's full name, specialty, nationality, birth/death, and associated terms. Over 15,000 Entries
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