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by Michael O'Donnell

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  • ISBN 1906032904
  • ISBN13 978-1906032906
  • Language English
  • Author Michael O'Donnell
  • Publisher Anova Books; 1 edition (June 1, 2010)
  • Pages 316
  • Formats txt mobi doc txt
  • Category Humour
  • Subcategory Humor
  • Size ePub 1103 kb
  • Size Fb2 1306 kb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 834

A choice prescription of medical oddities, this collection of true tales features an Essex man who kept getting pregnant; the physician who gave syphilis its name by writing a poem about it; and the future Lady Hamilton's training as a courtesan through giving lectures on healthy living. We also meet 19th- and 20th-century doctors whose response to people having fun was to warn of danger—they condemned bicycling because it could stimulate the "sexual system" of "women of a certain temperament;" and protected young men from the dread disease of masturbation by blistering their penises with iodine. Laugh out loud and wince in sympathy with this insider's collection of the most bizarre medical cases in history.

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Medicine’s Strangest Cases is a choice prescription of weird and wonderful tales from the history of medicine, featuring the German doctor who fought a duel with a sausage, the Harley Street elist who invented a disease – and its remedy – to keep his clients happy, an. .

Medicine’s Strangest Cases is a choice prescription of weird and wonderful tales from the history of medicine, featuring the German doctor who fought a duel with a sausage, the Harley Street elist who invented a disease – and its remedy – to keep his clients happy, and the quiet and cautious Swiss scientist who inadvertently unleashed LSD on the world. The stories in this book are bizarre, fascinating, hilarious, and, most importantly, true

Medicine's Strangest Cases is a choice prescription of medical oddities, featuring an Essex man who kept getting pregnant; the physician who gave syphilis its name by writing a poem about it; and the future Lady Hamilton's training as a courtesan through giving lectures on healthy living.

Medicine's Strangest Cases is a choice prescription of medical oddities, featuring an Essex man who kept getting pregnant; the physician who gave syphilis its name by writing a poem about it; and the future Lady Hamilton's training as a courtesan through giving lectures on healthy living.

Medicine?s Strangest Cases is a choice prescription of weird and wonderful tales from the history of medicine, featuring the German doctor . The stories in this book are bizarre, fascinating, hilarious, and, most importantly, true

Medicine?s Strangest Cases is a choice prescription of weird and wonderful tales from the history of medicine, featuring the German doctor who fought a duel with a sausage, the Harley Stree. The stories in this book are bizarre, fascinating, hilarious, and, most importantly, true. Laugh out loud and wince with sympathy with this rundown of the most bizarre medical cases ever. com/?book 1910232947.

Michael O'Donnell practised medicine for twelve years before becoming a writer. This book was the other one packaged with Law's Strangest Cases. It didn't suffer like its fellow traveller during transport !

Michael O'Donnell practised medicine for twelve years before becoming a writer. It didn't suffer like its fellow traveller during transport ! Very good condition.

Medicine's Strangest Cases is a choice prescription of weird and wonderful tales from the history of medicine, featuring the German doctor who fought a duel with a sausage, the Harley Street elist who invented a disease - and its remedy - to keep his clients happy, and the quiet and cautious Swiss scientist who inadvertently unleashed LSD on the world.

book by Michael O'Donnell. A choice prescription of medical oddities, this collection of true tales features an Essex man who kept getting pregnant; the physician who gave syphilis its name by writing a poem about it; and the future Lady Hamilton's training as a courtesan through giving lectures on healthy living.

Medicine's Strangest Cases (Robson Books 2002). Madness and Creativity in Literature and Culture: Doctors as Performance Artists (Palgrave Macmillan 2005).

He has campaigned vigorously and successfully for the apparently impossible, such as reform of the GMC; he has got doctors to laugh at themselves and their practices; he has highlighted the pettiness of the jacks-in-office and their new bureaucracy; and he has exposed awkwardness that the Establishment would sooner have forgotten about. Medicine's Strangest Cases (Robson Books 2002).