- Editors: Anne G. Carmichael and Richard M. Ratzam
- Publisher: Hugh Lauter Levin
- Pages: 367
- Illustrations: 220 (120 in full color)
- Dimensions: 9 5/8'' x 13''
- Format: Hardcover
- ISBN: 9780883639917
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This book includes a collection of medical literature, as well as artwork from the Pre-Hippocratic period to twentieth-century science. It delves into traditional medicine during Ancient times, Medieval period, Renaissance, and Enlightenment, and it also examines modern medicine from the early nineteenth century to the late twentieth century. Medicine: A Treasury of Art and Literature incorporates artwork by Rembrandt and Norman Rockwell, among others, to showcase the relationship between medicine and art. Commentaries and essays are provided by physicians, patients, historians, and writers about various medical treatises.
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