illustrations
Maps
Costa Rica, 11
Figures
1. National origins of licensed medical practitioners in
Costa Rica, 1830–1870, 42
2. Country of study of native Costa Rican physicians, 1870–1910, 71
3. Carlos Durán, patriarch of Costa Rican biomedicine, c. 1910, 75
4. Rockefeller Foundation agents in Guanacaste, 1917, 169
5. Numbers of physicians incorporating into Costa Rica’s
Faculty of Medicine per five-year period, 1890–1950, 193
6. Carlos Carballo Romero, alias Professor Carlos Carbell, 204
7. Dr. Rafael Angel Calderón Guardia, 205
Tables
1. Costa Rican epidemics and related phenomena, 1805–1927, 12
2. Number of Costa Rican physicians and place of
practice, 1864–1914, 94
3. All licensed health practitioners in Costa Rica, 1864–1950, 198
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