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- Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 44.99
Humans throughout history have described a peculiar state between wakefulness and sleep during which they are consciously aware of their surroundings, but physically paralyzed. Sleep paralysis is also commonly accompanied by high levels of fear, feelings of suffocation, and hallucinations (i.e., waking dreams). Early interpretations of this event were... more...
- Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 97.99
Dr. Robert Sadoff's The Evolution of Forensic Psychiatry is extraordinarily unique in that it is not intended to be a textbook or a guide to forensic psychiatry. Instead, this book is a fascinating mix of historical beginnings, current developments, representative subspecialties of psychiatry, and several allied disciplines and their impact on... more...
- Prometheus Books 2015; US$ 14.99
?Seymour I. Schwartz offers an intelligent, engaging, and incisive account of the innovative efforts of noted physicians Andreas Vesalius and Ambrose Paré to attend the mortally wounded King Henry II of France after a jousting match in 1559. Following the death of the king, Schwartz carefully maps the broader political, religious, and medical terrain... more...
- Princeton University Press 2015; US$ 39.50
The loss of reason, a sense of alienation from the commonsense world we all like to imagine we inhabit, the shattering emotional turmoil that seizes hold and won?t let go?these are some of the traits we associate with madness. Today, mental disturbance is most commonly viewed through a medical lens, but societies have also sought to make sense of... more...
- McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2015; US$ 35.00
This first comprehensive study of the medical histories of America's First Ladies--from Martha Washington to Michelle Obama--discusses their illnesses, their treatments and their physicians in the context of their times. As the categories of illness afflicting Americans have changed through history so have the kinds of maladies affecting the First... more...
- Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2015; US$ 124.95
This book brings together experts from around the world to explore how sanitation affected our ancestors. By its end, readers will realise that toilets were in use in ancient Mesopotamia even before the invention of writing, and that flushing toilets with anatomic seats were a technology of ancient Greece at the time of the minotaur myth. While past... more...
- Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2015; US$ 124.95
Taking the Vesalian anatomical revolution as its point of departure, this volume charts the apparent rise and fall of anatomy studies within universities in sixteenth-century Spain, focusing particularly on primary sources from 1550 to 1600. In doing so, it both clarifies the Spanish contribution to the field of anatomy and disentangles the distorted... more...
- Elsevier Health Sciences Spain 2015; US$ 57.10
* La nueva edición de la obra continua con la filosofía habitual, ya que se trata de un texto profusamente ilustrado ( en 448 páginas se contabilizan cerca de 900 imágenes) en el que se presentan los conceptos básicos y fundamentales que el estudiante debe adquirir en el que se incluye correlación clínica y casos de estudio en donde se relaciona... more...
- Oxford University Press 2015; US$ 23.99
When a waiting world learned on April 12, 1955, that Jonas Salk had successfully created a vaccine to prevent poliomyelitis, he became a hero overnight. Born in a New York tenement, humble in manner, Salk had all the makings of a twentieth-century icon-a knight in a white coat. In the wake of his achievement, he received a staggering number of awards... more...