The History of Cardiology

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Taylor & Francis, Feb 15, 1994 - Medical - 758 pages
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Dr. Louis J. Acierno's classic history of cardiology provides detailed and fascinating coverage ranging from the myths and theories of ancient times to the high level of diagnostic and therapeutic sophistication used in the management of cardiovascular disease today. It contains 30 chapters in six sections on anatomy of the heart and blood vessels, structural abnormalities (in two parts, acquired and congenital), functional mechanisms, functional disturbances, diagnostic techniques, and therapeutic modalities. Extensively illustrated with rarely seen and hard-to-find photographs, documents, portraits, drawings and sketches. Includes bibliographic references and subject and author indexes.

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