Medicine Through the Ages
By Peter Mantin & Richard Pulley
112 p. illus.
OUT OF PRINT
This book, intended for both teacher and student, is great for a science or history class. It is divided into four sections. The first is a chronological survey of medical developments where each period gives a detailed historical background. The second section covers the major themes in the history of medicine. The third section looks at factors of change, making the shift from asking what happened, to considering why it happened. Finally, the revised section unites the major ideas that students need for the examination at the end of the book.
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