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Disease and diseases

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Article Arthur Harris (2022)
New Diseases and Sectarian Debate in Hellenistic and Roman Medicine. Apeiron (pp. 167-191). (/isis/citation/CBB023633607/) unapi

Book Emanuele Stolfi (2022)
Come si racconta un'epidemia: Tucidide e altre storie. (/isis/citation/CBB569097952/) unapi

Book Kristin Hussey (2021)
Imperial Bodies in London: Empire, Mobility, and the Making of British Medicine, 1880–1914. (/isis/citation/CBB460048744/) unapi

Article Samuel H. Baker (2021)
Aristotle on the Nature and Politics of Medicine. Apeiron (pp. 411-449). (/isis/citation/CBB890354186/) unapi

Article Lukas Engelmann (2021)
An Epidemic for Sale: Observation, Modification, and Commercial Circulation of the Danysz Virus, 1890–1910. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 439-460). (/isis/citation/CBB194783319/) unapi

Article Liza Piper (2021)
Diphtheria Antitoxin and Tales of Mercy in Northern Health Care. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadien d'Histoire de la Medecine (pp. 285-319). (/isis/citation/CBB094696629/) unapi

Article Eve-Riina Hyrkäs (2021)
Psychosomatic Pain? The Meanings of Musculoskeletal Affliction in Finnish Medicine, ca. 1950–2000. European Journal for the History of Medicine and Health (pp. 128-154). (/isis/citation/CBB762858243/) unapi

Book Nicole Archambeau (2021)
Souls under Siege: Stories of War, Plague, and Confession in Fourteenth-Century Provence. (/isis/citation/CBB113573412/) unapi

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China and the Cholera Pandemic: Restructuring Society under Mao. (/isis/citation/CBB112297498/) unapi

Book Elma Brenner; François-Olivier Touati (2021)
Leprosy and identity in the Middle Ages: From England to the Mediterranean. (/isis/citation/CBB649477897/) unapi

Article E Allen Driggers (2021)
‘The voice of the stomach’: the mind, hypochondriasis and theories of dyspepsia in the nineteenth century. History of Psychiatry (pp. 85-99). (/isis/citation/CBB900221583/) unapi

Book Jacques Pépin (2021)
The Origins of AIDS. (/isis/citation/CBB084551418/) unapi

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Problems of differential diagnosis in paleopathology. Medicina nei secoli (pp. 315-328). (/isis/citation/CBB743298788/) unapi

Chapter Fabrizio Baldassarri; Fabio Zampieri (2021)
Scientiae in the History of Medicine: an Introduction. (pp. 15-20). (/isis/citation/CBB018001519/) unapi

Book Fabrizio Baldassarri; Fabio Zampieri (2021)
Scientiae in the History of Medicine. (/isis/citation/CBB317151610/) unapi

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Classifications from an Epistemological Point of View with Particular Attention to the Classifications of Diseases. (pp. 313-328). (/isis/citation/CBB537876116/) unapi

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The Experience of the Physician Girolamo Donzellini in the 1575 Venetian Plague: Between Scientia and Heterodoxy. (pp. 189-216). (/isis/citation/CBB221751862/) unapi

Article Alessandro Rosa (2021)
Rethinking health and disease in the era of personalized medicine. Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia (pp. 9-30). (/isis/citation/CBB416070087/) unapi

Chapter Luca Tonetti (2021)
Testing Drugs in Giorgio Baglivi’s Dissertation on Vesicants. (pp. 271-288). (/isis/citation/CBB826475037/) unapi

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Eugene Lee-Hamilton's Sonnets of the Wingless Hours: Baudelaire, Neurasthenia, and Poetic Recovery. Victorian Studies (pp. 491-513). (/isis/citation/CBB891252321/) unapi

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