Contents

GENERAL ASPECTS OF HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF MEDICINE

Galen’s Logic: Aristotelian Heritage or Scientific Innovation?
V.L. Vasyukov

The evolution of Vesalius’s perspective on Galen’s anatomy
D. Lanska

Galen as Read and Perceived in Medieval Islamic Medicine
H. Ebrahimnejad

FROM THE HISTORY OF HEALTHCARE

Formation of health insurance in Yaroslavl province
E.M. Smirnova

INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH

The social status of physicians in Ancient Egypt
O.A. Jarman, G.L. Mikirtichan

From the Tokyo to Khabarovsk trials: the history of the preparation of the trial of Japanese war criminals and bacteriologist
V.V. Romanova

The Venetian editions of Galen of the second half of 16th century as a source of information on the history of medicine
P.A. Shamin

SPECIFIC QUESTIONS IN THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE

Hippocrates, Celsus and Galen: Head Injury, the Brain, and the Bone
J. Ganz

SOURCE

Natural philosophy and principles of general pathology in the Galen system (as exemplified by the Ars Medica treatise). Part 1
D.A. Balalykin

Returning the medical writings of surgeon and bishop V.F. Voyno-Yasenetsky to scientific use
M.N. Kozovenko

     On the ligation of vessels in spleen removal (Bishop Luke)

     The need to increase the extent of surgery for malignant tumors of the breast (Bishop Luke)

 

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