Medicine in Mexico : from Aztec herbs to betatrons / by Gordon Schendel, written with the collaboration of José Alvarez Amézquita and Miguel E. Bustamante Schendel, Gordon

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Schendel, Gordon
Medicine - Mexico.; Medicine - Mexico - History.; Medicine--Mexico
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. One Aztec Medicine
  • Introduction
  • 1.Status of the Aztec Civilization
  • 2.The Role of Mythology in Medicine
  • 3.Aztec Public Health and Welfare
  • 4.Aztec G.P.'s and Specialists
  • 5.Aztec Herbs and Therapies
  • 6.Legacies from Aztec Medicine
  • pt. Two Spanish Colonial Medicine
  • 7.Medical Progress in New Spain
  • 8.Centuries of Killer Epidemics
  • 9.The Last Years of the Colony
  • pt. Three Modern Mexican Medicine
  • 10.The Problem of Quacks and "Witches"
  • 11.Rural Medicine
  • -With Hazards
  • 12.Fomenting Proper Hygiene
  • 13.Moving In on Malnutrition
  • 14.Improving Poor Environments
  • 15.Combating Tropical Diseases
  • 16.Colorful Mexican Institutions
  • 17.The Status of Medicine in Mexico
  • 18.Medical Research and Discoveries
  • 19.Facing the Future.
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