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A Chronology of Medicine and Related Sciences

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There has long existed a need for a work giving year-by-year details of significant events in medicine and its allied sciences, including information on key figures in the field. A Chronology of Medicine and Related Sciences fulfils this need, charting developments from 3000 BC to the present day. Included are important discoveries, the establishment of major hospitals, societies and journals, and significant publications in both periodicals and monographs. Not only does this approach provide a useful broad outline of medical history, it also enables the reader to identify relationships between advances in different fields and reveals some intriguing historical coincidences. The bibliographic information given guides the user to further reference sources that might be of interest. - - A Chronology of Medicine and Related Sciences is an indispensable supplement to existing historical texts and bibliographies and as such is an invaluable reference source for all those involved in medical research. - -

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Author(s):
Leslie Morton, Robert J. Moore
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
234x156
EAN-13:
9781859282151
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781859282151
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
800
Publisher:
Ashgate

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There has long existed a need for a work giving year-by-year details of significant events in medicine and its allied sciences, including information on key figures in the field. A Chronology of Medicine and Related Sciences fulfils this need, charting developments from 3000 BC to the present day. Included are important discoveries, the establishment of major hospitals, societies and journals, and significant publications in both periodicals and monographs. Not only does this approach provide a useful broad outline of medical history, it also enables the reader to identify relationships between advances in different fields and reveals some intriguing historical coincidences. The bibliographic information given guides the user to further reference sources that might be of interest. - - A Chronology of Medicine and Related Sciences is an indispensable supplement to existing historical texts and bibliographies and as such is an invaluable reference source for all those involved in medical research. - -

Author(s):
Leslie Morton, Robert J. Moore
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
234x156
EAN-13:
9781859282151
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781859282151
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
800
Publisher:
Ashgate

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