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"Medicine" Article - Table of Contents

SECTION I: SYNOPTICAL VIEW OF MEDICINE
Part 1. Synoptical View of Medicine. Scientific View of Medicine.
Part 2. Subdivisions of Medicine as an Art and a Discipline
Part 3. Medicine and Law in the UK. Public Health Law in the UK.
Part 4. Public Health Law of the United States
Part 5. Public Health Law in France and Germany. UK Laws on Insanity and Alcoholism.
Part 6. UK Laws Relating to Medical Profession, Dentists and Pharmacists
Part 7. The Medical Profession in the US, France, Germany, Austria, etc.
Part 8. UK Laws Restricting the "Practice" of Anatomy and Physiology

SECTION II: HISTORY OF MEDICINE
Part 9. History of Medicine - Introduction
Part 10. Medicine as Portrayed in the Homeric Poems
Part 11. Development of Medicine in Ancient Greece
Part 12. Hippocratic Medicine
Part 13. Post-Hippocratic Medicine
Part 14. Alexandrian School of Medicine
Part 15. Roman Medicine
Part 16. Ancient Medicine After Galen
Part 17. Arabian Medicine
Part 18. Medicine in Early Middle Ages: School of Salerno
Part 19. Introduction of Arabian Medicine: The Scholastic Period
Part 20. Period of the Revival of Learning
Part 21. Paracelsus and Chemical Medicine
Part 22. Consequences of the Revival of Ancient Medicine
Part 23. Medicine in the 17th Century
Part 24. Jan Baptista van Helmont (1580–1644)
Part 25. Discovery of the Circulation of the Blood
Part 26. The Iatro-Physical School
Part 27. The Iatro-Chemical School
Part 28. Thomas Sydenham and John Locke
Part 29. Medicine in the 18th Century
Part 30. Hermann Boerhaave (1668-1738)
Part 31. Friedrich Hoffmann and Georg Ernst Stahl
Part 32. Albrecht von Haller and Giovanni Battista Morgagni
Part 33. William Cullen; John Brown; Samuel Hahnemann

Part 34. Positive Progress in Medicine in the 18th Century
Part 35. Medicine in the Early Part of the 19th Century
Part 36. Rise of the Positive School in France
Part 37.
English Medicine from 1800 to 1840
Part 38. German Medicine from 1800 to 1840
Part 39. History of Medicine: Bibliography



The above article was written by two authors:

-- Syntoptical View of Medicine (Parts 1-8)
Charles Creighton, M.A., M.D.,
Aberdeen; author of A History of Epidemics in Britain, Jenner and Vaccination, etc.

and

-- History of Medicine (Parts 9-39)
Joseph Frank Payne, M.D., F.R.C.P.; Consulting Physician at St Thomas's Hospital; Member of the General Medical Council; Member of the Senate of University of London; Harveian Librarian, Royal College of Physicians; author of Manual of General Pathology, Observations on Rare Diseases of the Skin.




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