Handbook of Medical Entomology
by O. A. Johanssen, W. A. Riley
Publisher: The Comstock Publishing Company 1915
Number of pages: 348
The Handbook of Medical Entomology is the outgrowth of a course of lectures along the lines of insect transmission and dissemination of diseases of man. Its object is to afford a general survey of the field, and primarily to put the student of medicine and entomology in touch with the discoveries and theories which underlie some of the most important modern work in preventive medicine.
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