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biography

Medspeak
A popular term for a patient’s written medical history.

Vox populi
An account of the events, works and achievements, both personal and professional, in a person’s life, which includes articles on the activities and accomplishments of both the living and the dead.

biography

Clinical medicine A Pt's written medical history
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In his discussion of the biographies of the last hundred years, Hamilton makes a more original argument as he pinpoints what he considers to be important recent trends.
Working in conjunction with the National Library in Aberystwyth, articles will be updated regularly online including corrections to printed volumes as well as including some biographies which were also not included in earlier print volumes.
This collection of essays, which focuses primarily on the vite of Baldinucci and Domenico, provides a welcome recontextualization of these and related writings, expanding the historiography of Bernini's biographies in particular, and the field of artistic biography as a whole.
Two new biographies for young readers from Morgan Reynolds are perfect additions to school and community library collections.
Nevertheless, because of its immaculate scholarship, excellent writing, and absorbing story, JUNG: A BIOGRAPHY is highly recommended to people who love biographies, to students of psychology and psychoanalysis, and all those who enjoy a good read.
In doing so, she retains an objectivity frequently missing in recent biographies, neither worshipping nor condemning Canada Lee.
Biographies should not be mere catalogues of events, nor should they be compilations of previous studies of the subject.
In 1994, 1,758 biographies were published in the United States; seven years later 4,887 appeared.
Shapers Of The Great Debate At The Constitutional Convention Of 1787: A Biography Dictionary joins others in the 'Shapers of the Great American Debates' series by Greenwood, providing an unusual series of over fifty biographies for each delegate involved in the Convention.
The new Africana (Oxford University Press, June 2005) is a five-volume set with more than 1,000 brand-new entries, as well as revised and updated entries accompanying the many biographies, maps and photographs, making this one of the most authoritative reference books ever written on the African experience.
This stimulating collection of essays investigates the wide range of issues implied by the term 'Romantic biography', examining not only biographies of writers of the Romantic period (including Wordsworth, Clare, Southey, Austen, Byron, Burns, Scott, Keats, and Shelley), but also the degree to which the form is itself shaped by assumptions about the self and its relations to creativity and society that are themselves Romantic.