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História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos
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Table of contents
Hist. cienc. saude-Manguinhos vol.23 no.1 Rio de Janeiro Jan./Mar. 2016

 Editors' Note
  
 ·  Editors’ note
Cueto, Marcos; Silva, André Felipe Cândido da

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 Guest Editor's Note
  
 ·  THE BIOMEDICALIZATION OF BRAZILIAN BODIES: ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES
Löwy, Ilana; Sanabria, Emilia

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 Analysis
  
 ·  The biomedicalisation of illegal abortion: the double life of misoprostol in Brazil
Zordo, Silvia De

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 ·  The dilemma of a practice: experiences of abortion in a public maternity hospital in the city of Salvador, Bahia
McCallum, Cecilia; Menezes, Greice; Reis, Ana Paula dos

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 ·  “Holy scan” or “picture of the baby?” Biomedicalization and stratification in the use of obstetric ultrasound in Rio de Janeiro
Chazan, Lilian Krakowski; Faro, Livi F.T.

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 ·  Low-complexity biotechnology and everyday aspects of “care:” neonatal testing and sickle cell diagnosis in Brazil
Calvo-González, Elena

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 ·  Translating genomics: cancer genetics, public health and the making of the (de)molecularised body in Cuba and Brazil
Gibbon, Sahra

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 ·  Madness and crime: Zefinha, the longest confined woman in Brazil
Diniz, Debora; Brito, Luciana

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 ·  Psychiatry, bio-epistemes and the making of adolescence in southern Brazil
Béhague, Dominique Pareja

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 ·  Cesarean sections, perfecting the technique and standardizing the practice: an analysis of the book Obstetrícia, by Jorge de Rezende
Nakano, Andreza Rodrigues; Bonan, Claudia; Teixeira, Luiz Antônio

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 Sources
  
 ·  Legal remedies: therapeutic markets and the judicialization of the right to health
Biehl, João; Petryna, Adriana

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 ·  Medical borderlands: engineering the body with plastic surgery and hormonal therapies in Brazil
Edmonds, Alexander; Sanabria, Emilia

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 Interview
  
 ·  On the history of medicine in the United States, theory, health insurance, and psychiatry: an interview with Charles Rosenberg
Rosenberg, Charles; Mantovani, Rafael

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 Books & Networks
  
 ·  Intersections in the configurations of motherhood in the history of Argentina, 1900-1946: medical and cultural records under the microscope
Felitti, Karina

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 ·  History of family planning: an area of historical health studies to be duly assessed
Bhering, Marcos Jungmann

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 ·  A sociology of lynchings in Brazil
Soto, William Héctor Gómez

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