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Master Minds in Medicine: An Analysis of Human Genius as the Instrument in the Evolution of Great Constructive Ideas in the History of Medicine, Together With a System of Historic Methodology

by John C. Hemmeter ... with an introduction by Karl Sudhoff .
Format
Book
Published
New York, Medical Life Press, 1927.
Language
English
Series
The Library of Medical History
Library of Medical History
Description
xxii, 771 p. front., plates, ports., facsims. 24 cm.
Notes
Contains bibliographies.
Local Notes
HEALTH SCIENCES: Copy 3 has ownership stamp of Dr. Philip S. Hench.
HEALTH SCIENCES: Copies 2 and 3 from the Walter Reed Yellow fever collection, compiled by Philip S. Hench and donated by his widow, Mary Kahler Hench.
HEALTH SCIENCES: "Editor's note" issued separately tipped in copies 2 and 3.
Publisher no.
45049
Series Statement
[The Library of medical history]
Technical Details
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