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  1. [Odón de Buen: forty-five years of commitment to the university].

    Asclepio 63(2):405 (2011) PMID 22371988

    The aragonese naturalist Odón de Buen y del Cos for twenty-two annual academic courses professor of natural history at the University of Barcelona and for twenty-three of the University of Madrid. Strong supporter of Darwin's evolutionary theory, experimental work in the field and laboratory, in...
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  2. [Autopsies of the real: resurrecting the dead].

    Asclepio 63(2):349 (2011) PMID 22368802

    The sense of the real, or the material - the dead body - as an inextricable part of the sacred does not disappear in the secular environment of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This article analyzes specific humanitarian narratives centered on the practice of autopsy and mummification, in...
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  3. [The banishment of the marvellous. Hermaphrodites and sexual mutants in Enlightenment Spain].

    Asclepio 63(1):7 (2011) PMID 21970035

    This article presents a historical synthesis in order to trace how the collective belief in the existence of hermaphrodites and sex-changes was slowly eroded in the changing medical and cultural context of Enlightenment Spain. In order to explain this change, three interlinked processes are outl...
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  4. [To the study of conventual health in the beginning of 19th century: the pharmacies].

    Asclepio 63(1):123 (2011) PMID 21972472

    The institution "Junta do Exame do Estado Actual e Melhoramento Temporal das Ordens Regulares" (Examination Council for the Actual State and Temporal Improvement of the Religious Orders) was created in November of 1789. Among other things, each Religious House should inform that institution abou...
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  5. [Community health and social action in the epidemiologic control of infantile trachoma, Spain (1932-1939)].

    Asclepio 63(2):507 (2011) PMID 22375301

    Within the context of the endemic trachoma that affected different regions of Spain until the 1960s, this paper analyses the epidemiological determinants of child trachoma and its treatment, based on a preventive care model which incorporated the concept of community health that took shape durin...
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  6. [Equivocal quintessence. Spiritual alchemy and counterfeit money in 16th-century Spain].

    Asclepio 63(2):319 (2011) PMID 22368801

    One of the main obsessions of the early modern era was that of determining the notions of true and false, in order to apply them to various fields of knowledge and thus establish the divide between the lawful and unlawful. This trend was to have a particular impact on the fields of religion and ...
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  7. ["Des hommes noirs et non pas des nègres": skin and race in XVIIIth century].

    Asclepio 63(1):39 (2011) PMID 21972469

    A growing interest in the nature of the black skin and in the origins of the peoples classified under this trait was accompanied in the eighteenth century by an increasing differentiation of their nature from whites, to the point that they were considered either a degenerated variety of humans, ...
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  8. [Didn't it matter to him absolutely?: Juan Vilanova and the controversy about tertiary man].

    Asclepio 63(2):379 (2011) PMID 22371987

    During the founding period of palaeoanthropology, the postulate about tertiary age of humankind was an outstanding subject. First proposals were based on supposed proofs about ancient lithical industry (eoliths). Some discoveries of human fossil remains complicated that issue, because they were ...
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  9. [Political change, disease and healthcare reform: the response to the Toxic Oil Syndrome (Spain, 1981-1998)].

    Asclepio 63(2):521 (2011) PMID 22375302

    In 1981, Spain was threatened by the sudden appearance of an epidemic-like disease, one which was unknown to that date. The Toxic Oil Syndrome, as it was later named after the oil that caused it, thus demanded a response that became conditioned by the fact that the biological nature of the disea...
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  10. [The discourse on mental disorders in the Hispanic short novel: Amado Nervo's case].

    Asclepio 63(1):65 (2011) PMID 21972470

    The evolution of Amado Nervo's novellas shows a constant communication with the paradigmatic shifts in the field of psychopathology. His metafictional constructs foreground a playful treatment of some of medicine's key ideas. In some cases, the narrow limits of positivistic psychopathology are o...
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