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Medicine Homepage A comprehensive web directory maintained
by Falk Library of the Health Sciences, University of Pittsburgh.
American Osteopathic Association
Medical Acupuncture Society
Manual Therapy "Green Books" full text for early
20th century osteopathy textbooks.
Institute of Medical Herbalists
Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Centre for Complementary & Alternative
Biology | Chemistry | Biochemistry
Diagnosis | Treaments
Diagnostic Imaging | Radiology
Digestive | Endocrine
Ear | Nose | Throat
Evidence Based Medicine
Exams | Writing Papers Citing Your
References - courtesy of Bournemouth University Info Skills
Exercise | Sports Medicine
North American Institute
of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy The North American Institute
of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, is an organisation dedicated to the advancement
of orthopaedic manual therapy. NAIOMT
seeks to promote the highest quality physical therapy
in the prevention and
treatment of musculoskeletal problems.
American Manual Therapy - collection of books and articles
that document the early years of manual therapy in America.
Mental | Nervous Disorders
Obstetrics | Gynaecology
- POPLINE (POPulation
information onLINE) - database on reproductive health
Internet Pathology Laboratory for Medical Education Florida State University College of Medicine
National Formulary Registration and access is free - follow the on screen
An Athens username and password in NOT needed.
Pharmacology and Disease-Based Integrated Instruction by
Michael Gordon, Ph.D
- The Pharmacognetics and Pharmcognomics Knowledge Base
| Dictionaries |Directories
Sociology | Psychology