The establishment of histology in the curriculum of the London medical schools:1826-1886.
Bracegirdle, P. H.;
Publisher: University of London
This thesis sets out the way in which histology became established in the
curriculum of the London medical schools between 1826 and 1886. The text provides
a very large number of references to original material, some of it previously
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