This website explores the history and development of words related to impairment in the form of a glossary. It makes information accessible in a variety of formats including succinct definitions, as well as entries which describe the fuller “story” of each word and suggest resources for further study.
In this novel study, the authors have determined the percentage of people living in medieval Britain who had cancer metastases to bone at the time of their death and then compared that with modern data.
This article presents the clinical approaches according to which Medieval Iranian practitioners viewed epilepsy and dealt with its problems. The clinical viewpoints of epilepsy are collected from Medieval Persian scientific references.
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