Pathology in practice : diseases and dissections in early modern Europe / edited by Silvia De Renzi, Marco Bresadola, and Maria Conforti
- The history of medicine in context
- Pathological dissections in early modern Europe : practice and knowledge / Silvia De Renzi, Marco Bresadola and Maria Conforti -- Humanist post-mortems : philology and therapy / Gionata Liboni -- Organising pathological knowledge : Théophile Bonet's sepulchretum and the making of a tradition / Massimo Rinaldi -- The problems of anatomia practica and how to solve them : pathological dissection around 1700 / Marco Bresadola -- Post-mortems, anatomical dissections and humoural pathology in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries / Michael Stolberg -- Seats and series : dissecting diseases in the seventeenth century / Silvia De Renzi -- Visible signs, invisible processes : explaining poison in the late seventeenth century / Maria Conforti -- Frederik Ruysch, surgical anatomy and the Amsterdam Republic of medicine / Rina Knoeff -- Pre- and post-mortem inquiries : assessing poisoning in the law courts of sixteenth-century Rome / Elisa Andretta -- Dissecting pain : patients, families and medical expertise in early modern Germany / Annemarie Kinzelbach -- Therapeutic post-mortems in and around eighteenth-century Geneva / Philip Rieder.
- 9781472463814 (alk. paper) and 1472463811 (alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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