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

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Storia e filosofia della medicina. La costruzione del pensiero medico tra logica e innovazione. (/isis/citation/CBB402747313/) unapi

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Article Kieran Fitzpatrick (2021)
The Imperial Makings of Medical Work: Peter Johnstone Freyer and the Practice of Genitourinary Medicine in Britain and the Raj, c. 1875–1921. Journal of Social History (pp. 426-452). (/isis/citation/CBB417898798/) unapi

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Morbid Undercurrents: Medical Subcultures in Postrevolutionary France. (/isis/citation/CBB109871340/) unapi

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Medicine and the Senses: Towards Integrative Practices. European Journal for the History of Medicine and Health (pp. 155-180). (/isis/citation/CBB637432584/) unapi

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Evolution, role and potential of public baths in the post-Fordist western city. (pp. 205-222). (/isis/citation/CBB415929509/) unapi

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