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Research Article| Volume 20, ISSUE 2, P119-121, March 2002

The progress of venereology in Europe since the sixteenth century

  • Michael Waugh
    Correspondence
    Address Correspondence to Michael Waugh, MD, Department of Genito-urinary Medicine, Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds, LS1 3EX, England UK
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    Department of Genito-urinary Medicine, (Venereology) General Infirmary, Leeds, England UK
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      A study of the progress of venereology in Europe over the last 500 years mirrors the stupendous changes that have taken place in Europe during that time on scientific and cultural fronts. For the purpose of this history, the modern names for countries will be given; only modern references will be used.
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