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De Historia Urologiae Europaeae: The Complete Index, Vols. 1-23
By:EAU History Office

This annually-updated volume gives the complete table of contents for the De Historia series of publications. As of Vol. 23, the tables of contents of previous volumes will no longer be printed, allowing more space in the 200-page book for articles. Another advantage of a digital Table of Contents means that you can easily search for authors or topics using the “Find” functionality of your PDF software.

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Joaquín Albarrán: The Life and Scientific Passion of a Medical Genius
By:Marlene Fernández Arias

Joaquín Albarrán was a comprehensive scientist: professor, surgeon, innovator, clinician, pathologist, histologist, physiologist, bacteriologist and historian. He achieved such excellence in each of these fields that it is difficult to conceive that a work of such magnitude is the result of a single individual.

Of Cuban birth, and educated in Spain, Albarrán’s scientific genius developed and flourished in France. Few know that Albarrán was, without discussion, the most renowned and admired urologist in his time. In a single figure were combined - in wonderful harmony - t...

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De Historia Urologiae Europaeae Vol. 21
By:Dirk Schultheiss

Historia Urologiae Europaeae series is addressed to all European urologists. Its aim is to make known the ideas and the work of our predecessors, and to help us understand the current trends in the development of our speciality. Unfortunately, the treatises written in Sanskrit, ancient Chinese, Greek and Latin are both difficult to find and difficult to understand, and should, therefore, be translated into English. The same applies to more recent books published in various languages.

Most of the treatises produced before the 17th century, even the legendary ones, have gaps, mi...

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De Historia Urologiae Europaeae Vol. 20
By:Dirk Schultheiss

Historia Urologiae Europaeae series is addressed to all European urologists. Its aim is to make known the ideas and the work of our predecessors, and to help us understand the current trends in the development of our speciality. Unfortunately, the treatises written in Sanskrit, ancient Chinese, Greek and Latin are both difficult to find and difficult to understand, and should, therefore, be translated into English. The same applies to more recent books published in various languages.

Most of the treatises produced before the 17th century, even the legendary ones, have gaps, mi...

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De Historia Urologiae Europaeae Vol. 19
By:Dirk Schultheiss

Historia Urologiae Europaeae series is addressed to all European urologists. Its aim is to make known the ideas and the work of our predecessors, and to help us understand the current trends in the development of our speciality. Unfortunately, the treatises written in Sanskrit, ancient Chinese, Greek and Latin are both difficult to find and difficult to understand, and should, therefore, be translated into English. The same applies to more recent books published in various languages.

Most of the treatises produced before the 17th century, even the legendary ones, have gaps, mi...