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1945 2
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1947 3
1949 3
1950 9
1951 13
1952 13
1953 7
1954 9
1955 7
1957 5
1958 6
1959 5
1960 3
1961 5
1962 20
1963 87
1964 113
1965 134
1966 207
1967 233
1968 266
1969 331
1970 403
1971 355
1972 373
1973 411
1974 410
1975 493
1976 451
1977 541
1978 515
1979 531
1980 567
1981 546
1982 507
1983 481
1984 520
1985 562
1986 542
1987 557
1988 557
1989 566
1990 507
1991 522
1992 465
1993 501
1994 472
1995 493
1996 430
1997 502
1998 489
1999 570
2000 556
2001 554
2002 503
2003 521
2004 596
2005 704
2006 647
2007 647
2008 701
2009 777
2010 785
2011 762
2012 740
2013 681
2014 804
2015 783
2016 753
2017 636
2018 631
2019 294
2020 7
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[On Alexander's pneumothorax: A critical appraisal].
Delgado-García G, et al. Gac Med Mex 2016. PMID 27861484 Spanish. Free article.
According to the testimony of Ptolemy, which we know through Arrian, it has been assumed that Alexander the Great suffered a pneumothorax during his campaign against the Malli. In general, this assumption has been interpreted as a historical fact in medical literature. We consulted the same sources and concluded that it is unlikely that Alexander's arrow wound had given him a pneumothorax. ...
According to the testimony of Ptolemy, which we know through Arrian, it has been assumed that Alexander the Grea
ATOMISM IN ANCIENT MEDICAL HISTORY.
HORNE RA. Med Hist 1963. PMID 14071956 Free PMC article.
GALEN
ROSS JA. Proc R Soc Med 1964. PMID 14195857 Free PMC article.
Pythagoras
Shampo MA and Kyle RA. JAMA 1982. PMID 7040714
The crucifixion
Porter AM. J R Coll Physicians Lond 1991. PMID 1920223 Free PMC article.
[An exploration on the factors of Jiao Xun's compilation and edit of Wu shi ben cao (Wu's Materia Medica)].
Liu YX and Wang RH. Zhonghua Yi Shi Za Zhi 2018. PMID 30669770 Chinese.
Jiao Xun of the Qing Dynasty was the first to compile and edit this book. The background of Jiao's work included: ① the necessary for revising Mao shi niao shou cao mu chong yu shi (Annotation to the Bird, Beast, Grass, Wood, Insect and Fish in Mao's Book of Songs); ② fond of medicine; ③ the feeling of retaining hometown documents; ④ the influence of the traditional style of compilation and edit; whereas Jiao's intrinsic characteristics included: ① a wealth of books and convenient borrowing environment; ② the habit of reading and transcription; ③ the thought of pu xue (the School of ancient textual criticism), that is "using the Confucian's method to study medical classics" ; ④ the methods of studying classics based on the classical texts; ⑤ high literate level of compilation of losing texts of classics. ...
Jiao Xun of the Qing Dynasty was the first to compile and edit this book. The background of Jiao's work included: ① the necessary for …
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