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Withington, Edward. Medical history from the earliest times
London : Scientific press, 1894.

 
Nombre de pages : 434            1-434
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v [Préface]
vii Contents
1 Medical history. I- Introductory
6 II- Medicine in prehistoric times
10 III- Medicine as practised by incivilised man
14 IV- Medicine in Ancient Egypt
25 V- Hindu medicine
34 VI-Chaldean an Persian medicine
37 VII- The earliest greek medicine - Homer - Aesculapius
42 VIII- The philosophers - Democedes - The Asclepiadae
47 IX- Hippocrates
52 X- The schools of Cos and Cnidus
57 XI- The successors of Hippocrates - The dogmatic school
61 XII- The Alexandrine Anatomists
66 XIII- Heraclides and the empiric school
70 XIV- Military medicine in ancient greece
74 XV- The medical profession in ancient greece
80 XVI- Early roman médicine
85 XVII- The methodic school
90 XVIII- Celsus and ancient surgery
95 XIX- Galen
100 XX- Galen and Hippocrates compared
104 XXI- The medical profession in Rome
109 XXII- Official medicine in Ancient Rome
115 XXIII- Roman military medicine
119 XXIV- The influence of Christianity on medicine
124 XXV- Nestorian medical schools
127 XXVI- The eclectics and compilers
133 XXVII- Byzantine medicine
138 XXVIII- Arabic medicine. The translators
144 XXIX- Arabic medicine. The eastern Caliphate
154 XXX- Arabic medicine. The Western Caliphate
163 XXXI- Arabic medicine. Hospitals and Institutions
170 XXXII- General survey of Arabic medicine
175 XXXIII- The darkest age
184 XXXIV- The school of Salerno
191 XXXV- The ladies of Salerno
196 XXXVI- The Arabo-Scholastic Revival. Medicine
207 XXXVII- The Arabo-Scholastic revival. Surgery
215 XXXVIII- The close of the middle Ages
221 XXXIX- Mediaeval military medicine
225 XL- The mediaeval physician
233 XLI- The medical profession in the middle ages
239 XLII- Unprofessional medicine in the middle ages
245 XLIII- The revival of learning
250 XLIV- The mystics
254 XLV- Paracelsus
261 XLVI- Paracelsus (Continued)
266 XLVII- Similars, Sympathy, and Signatures
273 XLVIII- The Great Anatomists
281 XLIX- The Reform of Surgery
289 L- Medical practice in the Sixteenth Century
298 LI- Harvey, and the new Physiology
303 LII- Van Helmont
309 LIII- The chemical school of medicine
314 LIV- The Iatro-Mechanical school
319 LV- The Clinicians
329 LVI- Seventeenth Century Surgery
333 LVII- The Animists
338 LVIII- The Vitalists
342 LIX- The Organicists
347 LX- The surgery of the Eighteenth Century
351 LXI- The Brunonian System
356 LXII- The Origin of Modern Medicine
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363 Appendix I- The medicine of China and Japan
370 Appendix II- The Asclepiadae and the Priests of Aesculapius
379 Appendix III- Mediaeval Monastic Medicine
386 Appendix IV- The "Galenic" System of medicine
396 Appendix V- English medical practitioners before Linacre
403 Appendix VI- Ancient and Mediaeval prescriptions
410 Appendix VII- The Alleged vivisection of men in the sixteenth Century
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421 Index of proper Names
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