The Emergence of modern cardiology

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Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine , London
Cardiology -- His
Statementedited by W.F. Bynum, C. Lawrence, and V. Nutton.
SeriesMedical history -- no. 5
ContributionsBynum, W. F. 1943-, Lawrence, Christopher W., Nutton, Vivian.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC681 E54 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 178 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18024704M
ISBN 100854840486

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The long-term impact of the Usuli revival was that Shi‘i clerics gained unprecedented social, political, and economic power in Iran and southern Iraq.