L M Corleto

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Ancient Egyptian pharmacological science is high part of the Egyptian medicine, as evidenced by the so-called pharmacological papyrus Ebers, which contains prescriptions with different kinds of components of vegetable, mineral and animal origin. These data suggest that Egyptian pharmacopeia had an exceptional complexity in the whole of ancient medicine.(More)
In this paper the geological, idrographical, climatical, and, above all, social and cultural conditions, favouring the atavic presence of malary in Basilicata (Lucania) -in the late 19th century the death-rate was three times the national average - are shortly surveyed. From these remarks we tried to outline the main steps of the struggle against malary in(More)
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