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Past Medical History Aug 13
The kidneys, pancreas, and gallbladder from Johannes Sobotta's atlas of human anatomy, first published in 1904
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Past Medical History Aug 12
Mary Mallon AKA ‘Typhoid Mary’ in a 1909 illustration that appeared in The New York American
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Past Medical History Aug 7
Plan of the arteries by Sir. Charles Bell (1774-1842)
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Courtney E. Thompson Aug 8
Taylor Swift as books. A thread. Inspired by 's thread on Taylor Swift as STS books. Dedicated to . (Why yes, I AM avoiding my course prep. Thanks for noticing.)
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Alex J Oliver 4m
Hospitals once had ‘Stokers’, who knew?! (Although it seems obvious now) I wonder what other weird, wonderful and rarely thought about jobs used to exist in the world of medicine?
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Past Medical History Aug 6
The sternocostal view of the heart from 1918 edition of Gray's Anatomy by Henry Vandyke Carter
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Rachel Clamp Aug 14
It has been so lovely getting to meet some of our panellists at our practice sessions this week. and I can't wait to hear their incredible papers at the conference! There's still time to register at
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Past Medical History Aug 8
A portrait of Edward Jenner by the French painter and lithographer Pierre Roch Vigneron. Jenner was an English physician and scientist who was the pioneer of the smallpox vaccine, the world's first vaccine.
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Melanie Kiechle Aug 13
Wondering how to talk about public health, governance, economic concerns, and cities with students? Try my article about the ever-present motto "health is wealth," its origins, and how its meaning has changed since the early
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The Old Operating Theatre Museum & Herb Garret Aug 14
It's Day! Look at this beauty!Throughout history, has been used for a variety of purposes like embalming mummies, as a digestive aid, to soothe coughing & sore throats & in food. Just don't take a spoonfull, it BURNS!😂
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StoriaDellaMedicina 4h
of 1896 was born Gerty Theresa Radnitz Cori. She was the first to be awarded the in or , for her role in the of glycogen metabolism.
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StoriaDellaMedicina 22h
A text from the late nineteenth century speaks of a mortality of around 65%. An intervention to avoid the patient's was the with the application of the Krishaber cannula.
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Hektoen International 53m
On this date in 1847, Charlotte Bronte sent her manuscript "Jane Eyre" to a publisher in London, writing under the pen name Currer Bell. Explore health themes in Bronte's own life and in the novel: 
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David Foord 💙 17m
The origins of Resusci Annie; an un-named drowning victim from the River Seine 1880s’ Paris. By The Chirurgeon’s Apprentice.
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Past Medical History Aug 10
Photo from 1940 that was used to argue that radiation exposure during the X-ray procedure would be negligible.
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Monica H Green Aug 11
As you gear up for online teaching, a reminder that already provides a *curated* list of Digital Resources: . I just used it today to access an old staple in , eTK: .
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Courtney E. Thompson 18h
Pretty cool. I wish we had a program like this! Does anyone at CU Boulder need a guest lecturer on ?
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Katie Birkwood Aug 11
Exciting news! I'm going to be giving a virtual tour of the RCP museum exhibition 'Under the skin: anatomy, art and identity' at 6pm BST on Thursday 3 September. For free! Book a place here:
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StoriaDellaMedicina Aug 14
died twenty years ago at the age of 60. He, working with and for the pharmaceutical company , developed , the first ace-inhibitor , in 1975.
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HealthHumanities UoR Aug 12
📢These two amazing PhD students were so sad about missing out on conferences this Summer they organised their own! 👏👏👏 With impressive keynote speakers + a fantastic programme... If you can support them and attend online that would be great! Plus...
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