Journal of Medical and Surgical
Research (JMSR)


Pages: 815-816DOI: 10.46327/msrjg.1.000000000000175

Date of Publication: 30-Nov--0001

The Origin of MD Certificates in the History of Medicine

Author: Hamed Arezaei, Arman Zargaran

Category: JMSR History of Medicine

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Keywords: History of Medicine, Persian Medicine, Islamic Civilization


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