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A brief historical overview of the anatomy of fascia in medieval Persian medicine

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Published2020-08-25
DOI https://doi.org/10.18502/jmehm.v13i7.4073
Keywords
Persian medicine; Fascia anatomy; History of medicine

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Bahrami M, Shokri S, Mastery Farahani R, Dadmehr M. A brief historical overview of the anatomy of fascia in medieval Persian medicine. J Med Ethics Hist Med. 13.