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Who made John Snow a hero?
This paper describes how and why John Snow's investigation of the transmission of cholera grew into an epidemiologic classic. The evolution of the interpretation of the work of John Snow was firstExpand
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Clinical teaching in Leiden from its beginning until the end of the eighteenth century.
L'A. decrit la fondation et l'evolution historique de la chaire de medecine a l'Universite de Leyde, en considerant plus particulierement l'organisation de la formation pratique, le role desExpand
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Siebold the Research Manager
Imagine the following job description: “Wanted, a person willing to gather and publish detailed information about the geography, natural history, arts and sciences, religions, mythology, folkExpand
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Red-hair medicine: Dutch-Japanese medical relations.
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Mechanistische principes bij Franciscus dele Boë, Sylvius
Mechanical principles in Franciscus dele Boe, Sylvius' theories In the 17th century the term iatrochemistry was restricted only to the use of chemically prepared remedies. Later on medical historiansExpand
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The development of tropical medicine in Leiden.
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The fight against smallpox in Japan. The value of western medicine proved.
  • H. Beukers
  • Medicine
  • Nieuwe Nederlandse bijdragen tot de geschiedenis…
  • 1991
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Het laboratorium van Sylvius
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Een nieuwe werkplaats in de geneeskunde: de opkomst van laboratoria in de geneeskundige faculteiten
The development of laboratories in Dutch medical faculties. Until the middle of the 19th century medical faculties in the Netherlands had a limited number of institutes: a university hospital and anExpand
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[The periodicals of Willem van Ranouw].
  • H. Beukers
  • Medicine
  • Nederlands tijdschrift voor geneeskunde
  • 3 October 1981
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