5 edition of Fifty-One Landmark Articles in Medicine found in the catalog.
Fifty-One Landmark Articles in Medicine
by Chicago Review Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Harriet S. Meyer (Editor), American Medical Association (Corporate Author), George D., M.D. Lundberg (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||486|
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Fifty-One Landmark Articles in Medicine: The JAMA Centennial Series. As part of their centennial celebration, the editors of JAMA have collected from their journal 51 landmark articles ranging from the first description of the relationship between platelets and hemorrhaging, to the discovery of the hepatitis virus.
Some of the older pieces. "This book is a collection of articles published weekly in the Journal of the American Medical Association from July 3,through Aug. 10,as part of the Journal's centennial celebration. Each chapter consists of a landmark article that was originally published in the Journal and a commentary prepared for the centennial series by a.
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You will find all of these and more, with the expert perspectives, in the book, Fifty-One Landmark Articles in Medicine: The JAMA Centennial Series. This article is a review of the book "Virtual Knot Theory - The State of the Art" by Vassily Manturov and Denis Ilyutko, World Scientific (), ISBN: View full-text Article.
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