A history of endocrinology

@inproceedings{Medvei1982AHO,
  title={A history of endocrinology},
  author={Victor Cornelius Medvei},
  year={1982}
}
Section I: The History.- 1 Prehistoric Times.- 2 The Ancient Chinese.- 3 The Egyptians.- 4 The Hindus.- 5 The Jews and the Bible.- 6 The Greeks.- Before Hippocrate.- The age of Hippocrates.- Aristotle.- The Alexandrian school.- 7 The Graeco-Roman Period (156Bc-576Ad).- 8 The Byzantine Period (395-1453Ad).- 9 Evidence of Endocrine Disorders on other Prehistoric and Ancient Communities.- 10 L'envoy to the Ancients.- The oldest key to the endocrine treasure trove: the testicles.- 11 The Mediaeval… CONTINUE READING

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