Old-Time Makers of Medicine: The Students and Teachers of Medicine During the Middle Ages
The Floating Press, 1 févr. 2014 - 345 pages
Looking back from the vantage-point of the 21st century, medieval medicine seems hopelessly antiquated and even alarmingly ignorant. But today's advanced medical technology wouldn't be possible without those distant historical foundations. In this comprehensive survey of medieval medicine from James J. Walsh, a fascinating picture emerges of the brave and intrepid pioneers who helped pave the way.
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X Great Surgeons of the Medieval Universities
XI Guy de Chauliac
XII Medieval DentistryGiovanni of Arcoli
XIII Cusanus and the First Suggestion of Laboratory Methods in Medicine
XIV Basil Valentine Last of the Alchemists First of the Chemists
VIII Medieval Women Physicians
IX Mondino and the Medical School of Bologna
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