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Spring 2009 Issue

posted Sep 1, 2009, 9:14 AM by Historia Medicinae Editor   [ updated Feb 14, 2015, 9:02 AM ]
Spring 2009 Issue 
Featuring articles on:
- The history of contraception
- Docimasia pulmonum hydrostatica (the lung flotation test) and its controversial history
- Morgellons and its contentious status as a medical condition
- The applicability of the American Association for the History of Medicine to clinicians
- Florence Nightingale  
- Bromide therapy and its early uses in psychopharmacology
- The Brain as material and/or idea - an exploration of Renaissance representation of the mind
- Book reviews of Novel Notions: Medical discourse and the mapping of the imagination in eighteenth-century English fiction and Post mortem: How medical examiners explain suspicious deaths.
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