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Johns Hopkins Biographies of Disease.

The "Short History of..." Series

Intolerant BodiesOn autoimmune disease.

More then hotOn fever.

Aging Bones. On osteoporosis.

The PKU Paradox. On phenylketonuria.

Anxiety. On anxiety.

Death in a Small PackageOn anthrax.

Mania. On mania.

The Making of a Tropical DiseaseOn malaria.

Dropsy, Dialysis, Transplant. On renal failure.


Note: These are the titles identified on the CUP web site. Some retailers have many more listed under this series "Studies in Medicine".

Vital Accounts. Quantifying Health and Population in Eighteenth-Century England and France.

Traumatic Pasts. History, Psychiatry, and Trauma in the Modern Age, 1870–1930.

Sir Arthur Newsholme and State Medicine, 1885–1935.

The Transformation of German Academic Medicine, 1750–1820.

Charitable Knowledge. Hospital Pupils and Practitioners in Eighteenth-Century London.

A Social History of Wet Nursing in America.

International Health Organisations and Movements, 1918–1939.

Legal Medicine in History.

AIDS and Contemporary History.

Mission and Method. The Early Nineteenth-Century French Public Health Movement.

The Colonial Disease. A Social History of Sleeping Sickness in Northern Zaire, 1900–1940.

Science and Empire. East Coast Fever in Rhodesia and the Transvaal.

Quality and Quantity. The Quest for Biological Regeneration in Twentieth-Century France.

Public Health in Papua New Guinea. Medical Possibility and Social Constraint, 1884–1984.

Abortion, Doctors and the Law. Some Aspects of the Legal Regulation of Abortion in England from 1803 to 1982.

Morbid Appearances. The Anatomy of Pathology in the Early Nineteenth Century.

Patients and Practitioners. Lay Perceptions of Medicine in Pre-industrial Society.

From Medical Chemistry to Biochemistry. The Making of a Biomedical Discipline.

The Renaissance Notion of Woman. A Study in the Fortunes of Scholasticism and Medical Science in European Intellectual Life.