Bulletin of the History of Medicine
vol. 40, 1966 – vol. 59, 1985

 

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Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966

Owsei Temkin, In Memory of Ludwig Edelstein [obituary, Nachruf], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 1 {sj}

William S. Middleton, Turner's Lane Hospital, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 14 {sj}

Lester S. King, Boissier de Sauvages and 18th Century Nosology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 43 {sj}

Eugene H. Conner, Anesthetics in the Treatment of Cholera, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 52 {sj}

   Report of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 29-May 1, 1965, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 59 {sj}

Alfred Gubser, The Positiones variae medicae of Franciscus Sylvius [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 72 {sj}

   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 81 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 86 {sj}

Alex Berman, The Cadet Circle: Representatives of an Era in French Pharmacy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 101 {sj}

Whitfield J. Bell Jr., The American Philosophical Society and Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 112 {sj}

Irving A. Beck, An Early American Journal Keyed to Medical Studiens: A Pioneer Contribution of Elisha Bartlett, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 124 {sj}

Gert H. Brieger, American Surgery and the Germ Theory of Disease, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 135 {sj}

Gordon W. Jones, Medical and Scientific Books in Colonial Virginia, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 146 {sj}

Mark N. Ozer, The British Vivisection Controversy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 158 {sj}

   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 168 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 178 {sj}

Ludwig Edelstein, The Distinctive Hellenism of Greek Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 197 {sj}

Franz Rosenthal, "Life Is Short, the Art Is Long": Arabic Commentaries on the First Hippocratic Aphorism, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 226 {sj}

Chris Holmes, Benjamin Rush and the Yellow Fever, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 246 {sj}

Byron Stookey, Samuel Nesbitt, M.D. A Founder of the Medical Society of New Haven County, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 264 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 281 {sj}

Chalmers L. Gemmill, Silphium, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 295 {sj}

Michael T. Ghiselin, William Harvey's Methodology in De motu cordis from the Standpoint of Comparative Anatomy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 314 {sj}

Otto M. Marx, Aphasia Studies and Language Theory in the 19th Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 328 {sj}

Frances E. Kobrin, The American Midwife Controversy: A Crisis of Professionalization, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 350 {sj}

Laura D.S. Harrell, Preventative Medicine in the Mississippi Territory, 1799-1802 [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 364 {sj}

Mark V. Barrow, A Civil War Period "Home Remedy" for the Treatment of "Dropsy", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 376 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 382 {sj}

Gretchen Finney, Medical Theories of Vocal Exercise and Health, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 395 {sj}

Gert H. Brieger, Sanitary Reform in New york City: Stephen Smith and the Passage of the Metropolitan Health Bill, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 407 {sj}

E. Posner, The Enigmatic Mendel, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 430 {sj}

Eunice E. Winters, Adolf Meyer's Two and a Half Years at Kankakee, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 441 {sj}

Joseph Ioor Waring, Asiatic Cholera in South Carolina, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 459 {sj}

L.H. Wells, The "Sabio" and "Sylvester" Families of Anatomical Fugitive Sheets: Note on a Pair of Sheets in the National Library of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 467 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 480 {sj}

Peter D. Olch, William S. Halsted's New York Period, 1874-1886, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 495 {sj}

Timothy O. Lipman, The Response to Liebig's Vitalism, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 511 {sj}

Jane M. Oppenheimer, Ross Harrison's Contributions to Experimental Embryology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 525 {sj}

Fridolf Kudlien, The Legal Aspect of the Doctrine of the Seven Uterine Cells, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 544 {sj}

Janet B. Koudelka, Bibliography of the History of Medicine of the United States and Canada — 1965, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 547 {sj}

Owsei Temkin, The Johns Hopkins Institute of the History of Medicine: Report of its Activities during the Academic Year, 1965-66, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 577 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40, 1966, p. 584 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967

Esmond R. Long, Edward Bell Krumbhaar 1882-1966; Founder of the American Association for the History of Medicine [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 1 {sj}

George Rosen, People, Disease and Emotion: Some Newer Problems for Research in Medical History, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 5 {sj}

Charles N. Swisher, Charles Darwin on the Origins of Behavior, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 24 {sj}

   Report of the Thirty-Ninth Annual Meeting, Rochester and Minneapolis, Minn., May 11-14, 1966, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 44 {sj}

Paul F. Cranefield; Walter Federn, The Begetting of Fools: An Annotated Translation of Paracelsus' De generatione stultorum [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 56 {sj}

James Hitchcock, A Sixteenth Century Midwife's License [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 75 {sj}

Paul L. Farber; Michael T. Ghiselin, William Harvey's Methodology [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 77 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 82 {sj}

Owen H. Wangensteen; Jacqueline Smith; Sarah D. Wangenstein, Some Highlights in the History of Amputation Reflecting Lessons in Wound Healing, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 97 {sj}

Jane Q. Cantu; Robert C. Cantu, The Psychiatric Efforts of William Heberden, Hr., in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 132 {sj}

Justin A. Frank Jr., Non-Restraint and Robert Gardiner Hill, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 140 {sj}

Paul F. Cranefield; Walter Federn, The Begetting of Fools: An Annotated Translation of Paracelsus' De generatione stultorum [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 161 {sj}

Fridolf Kudlien, Konrad Schubring and the Corpus Medicorum Graecorum [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 175 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 181 {sj}

Arthur J. Viseltear, The Last Illness of Sir Robert Walpole, First Earl of Orford, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 195 {sj}

Otto M. Marx, Descriptions of Psychiatric Care in Some Hospitals during the First Half of the 19th Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 208 {sj}

Gert H. Brieger, Therapeutic Conflicts and the American Medical Profession in the 1860's, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 215 {sj}

Charles Rosenberg, The Practice of Medicine in New York a Century Ago, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 223 {sj}

Michael Owen Jones, Climate and Disease: The Traveler Describes America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 254 {sj}

N. Sivin, A Seventh-Century Chinese Medical Case History, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 267 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 278 {sj}

J.B.deC.M. Saunders, Geography and Geopolitics in California Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 293 {sj}

Thomas G. Benedek, The Medical Autobiography of Petrarch, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 325 {sj}

Jacques M. Quen, Isaac Ray on Drunkenness, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 342 {sj}

L.J. Rather, Thomas Fienus' (1567-1631) Dialectical Investigation of the Imagination as Cause and Cure of Bodily Disease [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 349 {sj}

William Moll, A Letter From Louisiana: A Contribution to the History of Medical Education, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 368 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 373 {sj}

C. Webster, The College of Physicians: "Solomon's House" in Commonwealth England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 393 {sj}

Edward C. Atwater, The Lifelong Sickness of Francis Parkman (1823-93), in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 413 {sj}

Fred Rosner, The Physician's Prayer Attributed to Moses Maimonides, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 440 {sj}

Daniel M. Musher, The Medical Views of Dr. Tobias Smollett (1721-1771), in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 455 {sj}

Martin Kaufman, The American Anti-Vaccinationists and Their Arguments, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 463 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 484 {sj}

Walter Pagel, Harvey and Glisson on Irritability: With a Note on Van Helmont, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 497 {sj}

Francis Schiller, The Vicissitudes of the Basal Ganglia (Further Landmarks in Cerebral Nomenclature), in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 515 {sj}

Laura D.S. Harrell, Colonial Medical Practice in British West Florida, 1763-1781, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 539 {sj}

   Report of the Fortieth Annual Meeting, New Haven, Connecticut, April 26-29, 1967, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 559 {sj}

Owsei Temkin, The Johns Hopkins Institute of the History of Medicine: Report of its Activities during the Academic Year, 1966-67, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 570 {sj}

Nathan Sivin, Correction [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 574 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 41, 1967, p. 578 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968

C.D. O'Malley, Helkiah Crooke, M.D., F.R.C.P., 1576-1648, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 1 {sj}

Erwin H. Ackerknecht, Death in the History of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 19 {sj}

Charles S. Bryan, Dr. Samuel Dickson and the Spirit of Chrono-Thermalism, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 24 {sj}

Jacques M. Quen, An Historical View of the M'Naghten Trial, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 43 {sj}

Otto M. Marx, American Psychiatry without William James, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 52 {sj}

Robert M. Feibel, What Happened at Walcheren: The Primary Medical Sources, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 62 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 84 {sj}

   Professor Shryock's Seventy-Fifth Birthday [Editorial], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 99 {sj}

Whitfield J. Bell Jr., Lives in Medicine: The Biographical Dictionaries of Thacher, Williams and Gross, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 101 {sj}

Nikolaus Mani, Jean Rioland II (1580-1657) and Medical Research, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 121 {sj}

Jane M. Oppenheimer, Some Historical Relationships between Teratology and Experimental Embryology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 145 {sj}

William F. Bynum, Chronic Alcoholism in the First Half of the 19th Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 160 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 189 {sj}

   Editorial, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 197 {sj}

J. Viseltear, Joanna Stephens and the Eighteenth Century Lithontriptics: a Misplaced Chapter in the History of Therapeutics, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 199 {sj}

I.H. Upmalis, The Introduction of Lister's Treatment in Germany, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 221 {sj}

Thomas H. Baker, Yellowjack: The Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878 in Memphis, Tennessee, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 241 {sj}

Marjorie B. Wannarka, Dr. George Milbry Gould: Ophthamologist and First President of the Medical Library Association, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 265 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 276 {sj}

Markwart Michler, Medical Ethics in Hippocratic Bone Surgery, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 297 {sj}

Stanley L. Wallace, Benjamin Franklin and the Introduction of Colchicum into the United States, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 312 {sj}

Thomas C. Parramore, The Saga of "The Bear" and the "Evil Genius", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 321 {sj}

J. Robert Constantine (ed.), Vicennes Medical Society, 1827-1835 [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 332 {sj}

Owen H. Wangensteen, Reflections on the Blalock Papers, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 357 {sj}

Owsei Temkin, The Johns Hopkins Institute of the History of Medicine: Report of its Activities during the Academic Year, 1967-68, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 362 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 379 {sj}

George Rosen, Enthusiasm, "a dark lanthorn of the spirit", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 393 {sj}

Gretchen Finney, Vocal Exercise in the Sixteenth Century Related to Theories of Physiology and Disease, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 422 {sj}

Sami Hamarneh, The Climax of Medieval Arabic Professional Pharmacy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 450 {sj}

Claire Gilbride Fox, Dr. Herber Chase: The Medical Student's Guide, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 462 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 474 {sj}

   Max Neuburger's Centenary [Editorial], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 493 {sj}

Walter Pagel; Marianne Winder, Harvey and the "Modern" Concept of Disease, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 496 {sj}

Daniel E. Lipschutz, The Water Question in London, 1827-1831, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 510 {sj}

Lloyd G. Stevenson, The Surgery of Stammering; A Forgotten Enthusiasm of the Nineteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 527 {sj}

Samuel Rezneck, A Course of Medical Education in New York City in 1828-29: The Journal of Asa Fitch, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 555 {sj}

Owsei Temkin; C. Lilian Temkin, Subjective Experiences in Temporal Lobe Epilepsy: An Anonymous Report of 1825, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 566 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 42, 1968, p. 572 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969

Frank B. Rogers, The Rise and Decline of the Altitude Therapy of Tuberculosis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 1 {sj}

Lester S. King, Medicine in 1695: Friederich Hoffmann's Fundamenta medicinae, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 17 {sj}

David L. Cowen, Liberty, Laissez-faire and Licensure in Nineteenth Century Britain, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 30 {sj}

Chester R. Burns, Malpractice Suits in American Medicine before the Civil War, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 41 {sj}

   Report of the Forty-First Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, April 17-20, 1968, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 57 {sj}

Francis Schiller, Stilling's Nuclei — Turning Point in Basic Neurology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 67 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 89 {sj}

Eric T. Carlson; Meribeth M. Simpson, Models of the Nervous System in Eighteenth Century Psychiatry, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 101 {sj}

Thomas G. Benedek, The Gout Encomium of Georg Fleissner, 1594, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 116 {sj}

Edward H. Kass; Anne H. Bartlett, Thomas Hodgkin, M.D. (1798-1866): An Annotated Bibliography, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 138 {sj}

Wyndham D. Miles, Prizes for Yellow Fever Research in the 1880's, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 176 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, Twenty-First International Congress of the History of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 180 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 185 {sj}

Fred Rosner, Maimonides the Physician: A Bibliography, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 221 {sj}

Ynez Violé O'Neill, The Fünfbilderserie Reconsidered, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 236 {sj}

Stuart Galishoff, Newark and the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 246 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, The Teaching of Medical History in the United States and Canada: Report of a Field Survey [The Status of Medical History in the Universities of North America and Europe], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 259 {sj}

Vernon W. Lippard, The Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation Program in the History of Medicine and the Biological Sciences [The Status of Medical History in the Universities of North America and Europe], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 268 {sj}

James H. Cassedy, History of Medicine and Related Sciences in Europe. Notes on Teaching and Study [The Status of Medical History in the Universities of North America and Europe], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 270 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 287 {sj}

Saul Jarcho, The Correspondence of Morgagni and Lancisi on the Death of Cleopatra, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 299 {sj}

S. Stander, Transatlantic Trade in Pharmaceuticals during the Industrial Revolution, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 326 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, The Teaching of Medical History in the United States and Canada. Report on Individual Schools (Part I), in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 344 {sj}

Owen Wangensteen; Sarah D. Wangensteen, Letters from a Surgeon in the Crimean War, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 376 {sj}

James H. Cassedy, Medical History in Israel, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 380 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 383 {sj}

Michael R. McVaugh, Quantified Medical Theory and Practice at Fourteenth-Century Montpellier, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 397 {sj}

Eunice E. Winters, Adolf Meyer and Clifford Beers, 1907-1910, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 414 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, The Teaching of Medical History in the United States and Canada. Report on Individual Schools (Part II), in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 444 {sj}

Sidney R. Govons; William M. Seaman, Berengario on "Signa Cerebri Commoti", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 473 {sj}

Arthur J. Viseltear, Attempts to Dissolve Bladder Stones by Direct Injection, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 477 {sj}

Samuel X. Radbill, Seventh Congress of the British Society of the History of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 482 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 485 {sj}

   George Washington Corner's Eightieth Birthday [Editorial], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 497 {sj}

Danielle Gourevitch, Suicide among the Sick in Classical Antiquity, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 501 {sj}

Franz Rosenthal, The Defense of Medicine in the Medieval Muslim World, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 519 {sj}

Milton B. Rosenblatt, Emphysema in the Nineteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 533 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, The Teaching of Medical History in the United States and Canada. Report on Individual Schools (Part III), in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 553 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 43, 1969, p. 590 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970

Robert J. Moes, C.D. O'Malley, 1907-1970 [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. {sj}

Lester S. King, Empiricism and Rationalism in the Works of Thomas Sydenham, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 1 {sj}

Theodore M. Brown, The College of Physicians and the Acceptance of Iatromechanism in England, 1665-1695, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 12 {sj}

George Rosen, Sir William Temple and the Therapeutic Use of Moxa for Gout in England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 31 {sj}

Toby Gelfand, Empircism and Eighteenth-Century French Surgery, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 40 {sj}

   Report of the Forty-Second Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, May 8-10, 1969, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 54 {sj}

Samira Jadon, A Comparison of the Wealth, Prestige and Medical Works of the Physicians of Ṣalāḥ Al-Dīn in Egypt and Syria, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 64 {sj}

Gerald D. Hart, A Hematological Artifact from 4th Century Britain, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 76 {sj}

Owsei Temkin, Sanford Vincent Larkey, 1898-1969 (with a Bibliography by Janet B. Koudelka) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 80 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 89 {sj}

Edward H. Bensley, Alexis St. Martin and Dr. Bunting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 101 {sj}

Charles A. Culotta, Tissue Oxidation and Theoretical Physiology: Bernard, Ludwig and Pflüger, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 109 {sj}

Arthur J. Viseltear, The California Medical-Economic Survey: Paul A. Dodd versus the California Medical Association, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 141 {sj}

John S. Haller Jr., The Physician Versus the Negro: Medical and Anthropological Concepts of Race in the Late Nineteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 154 {sj}

Thomas C. Butler, The Introduction of Chloral Hydrate into Medical Practice, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 168 {sj}

Benjamin Spector, Henry Rouse Viets, 1890-1969, Neurologist, Medical Historian, Librarian [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 173 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 178 {sj}

John H. Ellis, Business and Public Health in the Urban South during the Nineteenth Century: New Orleas, Memphis and Atlanta, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 197 {sj}

St. Julien R. Childs, Sir George Baker and the Dry Belly-Ache, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 213 {sj}

Jane Oppenheimer, Some Diverse Backgrounds for Curt Herbst's Ideas about Embryonic Induction, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 241 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, The Teaching of Medical History in the United States and Canada: Historical Resources in Medical School Libraries, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 251 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 281 {sj}

Erna Lesky, Structure and Function in Gall, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 297 {sj}

John Bowen Hamilton, Robert Montgomery Bird, Physician and Novelist: A Case for Long Overdue Recognition, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 315 {sj}

Elinor Lieber, Galen on Contaminated Cereals as a Cause of Epidemics, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 332 {sj}

John H. Ellis, Business and Public Health in the Urban South during the Nineteenth Century: New Orleas, Memphis and Atlanta, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 346 {sj}

Saul Jarcho, Galen's Six Non-Naturals: A Bibliographic Note and Translation, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 372 {sj}

Jane Oppenheimer, Hans Driesch and the Theory and Practice of Embryonic Transplantation, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 378 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 385 {sj}

Stanley W. Jackson, Force and Kindred Notions in Eighteenth-Century Neurophysiology and Medical Psychology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 397 {sj}

Lloyd Allan Wells, Aneurysm and Physiological Surgery, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 411 {sj}

Zachary Gussow; George S. Tracy, Stigma and the Leprosy Phenomenon: The Social History of a Disease in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 425 {sj}

Carl Pochedly, History of the Exchange Transfusion: Its Use in Treatment of Erythroblastosis Fetalis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 450 {sj}

David B. Davis, Medicine in the Canadian Campaign of the Revolutionary War: The Journal of Doctor Samuel Fisk Merrick [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 461 {sj}

John H. Wolfenden, Baron Munchausen as an Expert Witness, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 474 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, The Teaching of Medical History in the U.S. and Canada, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 477 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 485 {sj}

Whitfield J. Bell Jr., A Portrait of the Colonial Physician, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 497 {sj}

William F. Bynum, Chemical Structure and Pharmacological Action: A Chapter in the History of 19th Century Molecular Pharmacology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 518 {sj}

Stanley W. Jackson, Force and Kindred Notions in Eighteenth-Century Neurophysiology and Medical Psychology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 539 {sj}

Samuel H. Greenblatt, Hughlings Jackson's First Encounter with the Work of Paul Broca: The Physiological and Philosophical Background, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 555 {sj}

Thomas C. Parramore, Non-Venereal Treponematosis in Colonial North America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 571 {sj}

Richard T. Beebe, Hunter's Syndrome: Gargoyles — Washington Irving — "Rip Van Winkle", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 582 {sj}

John B. Blake, Letter, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 586 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 44, 1970, p. 599 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971

Guenter B. Risse, The Quest for Certainty in Medicine: John Brown's System of Medicine in France, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 1 {sj}

Vern Bullough; Bonnie Bullough, The Causes of the Scottish Medical Renaissance of the Eighteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 13 {sj}

R. Joseph Petrucelli II, Giorgio Vasari's Attribution of the Vesalian Illustrations to Jan Stephan of Calcar: A Further Examination, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 29 {sj}

   Report of the Forty-Third Annual Meeting, Birmingham, Alabana, April 1-4, 1970, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 38 {sj}

C.B. Schmitt; C. Webster, Harvey and M.A. Severino. A Neglected Medical Relationship, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 49 {sj}

D. De Moulin, Cutting for the Stone in the Early Middle Ages, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 76 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 83 {sj}

Robert Fortuine, The Health of the Eskimos, as Portrayed by the Earliest Written Accounts, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 97 {sj}

Peter H. Niebyl, Senner, Van Helmont and Medical Ontology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 115 {sj}

John Rickards Betts, American Medical Thought on Exercise as the Road to Health, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 138 {sj}

Saul Jarcho, Edwin Stanton and American Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 153 {sj}

James H. Cassedy, The "Germ of Laziness" in the South, 1900-1915: Charles Wardell Stiles and the Progressive paradox, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 159 {sj}

Ann Beck, The Role of Medicine in German East Africa, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 170 {sj}

Michael McVaugh; Seymour H. Mauskopf, A Galenic Model for Quantitative Physiological Reasoning: A Further Note, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 179 {sj}

Isidor Greenwald, The Papal Bull of Paul III (1537), Supposedly Relating to Cretinism, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 181 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 186 {sj}

   Editorial, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 201 {sj}

John C. Burnham, Medical Inspection of Prostitutes in America in the Nineteenth Century: The St. Louis Experiment and its Sequel, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 203 {sj}

James C. Whorton, Insecticide Spray Residues and Public Health: 1865-1938, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 219 {sj}

Erwin H. Ackerknecht, The End of Greek Diet, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 242 {sj}

Francis Schiller, Spinal Irritation and Osteopathy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 250 {sj}

Marshall Scott Legan, Hydropathy in America: A Nineteenth-Century Panacea, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 267 {sj}

Margaretta P. Childs, Note for the Index of Recorded Copies of William Harvey's De motu cordis. The Second or 1635 Edition, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 281 {sj}

Robert P. Hudson, Ralph H. Major, 1884-1970 [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 283 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 289 {sj}

John S. Bowers, The Founding of Peking Union Medical College: Policies and Personalities, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 305 {sj}

Thomas G. Benedek, Disease as Aphrodisiac, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 322 {sj}

Gretchen Finney, Fear of Exercising the Lungs Related to Iatro-Mechanics, 1675-1750, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 341 {sj}

Stanley D. Sides; Harold Meloy, The Pursuit of Health in the Mammoth Cave, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 367 {sj}

Archie B. Hooton, Jealousy of a Seven-Year-Old Child Followed by a Radical and Unexpected Recovery [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 380 {sj}

Pearl Kibre, Dominicus de Ragusa, Bolognese Doctor of Arts and Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 383 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 389 {sj}

Gene V. Ball, Two Epidemics of Gout, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 401 {sj}

John S. Bowers, The Founding of Peking Union Medical College: Policies and Personalities, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 409 {sj}

George Clark, Bernard Mandeville, M.D., and Eighteenth-Century Ethics, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 430 {sj}

William S. Middleton, Early Medical Experiences in Hawaii, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 444 {sj}

Hannah S. Decker, The Medical Reception of Psychoanalysis in Germany, 1894-1907, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 461 {sj}

Jerome J. Bylebyl, Galen on "the Non-Natural Causes" of Variation in the Pulse, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 482 {sj}

Peter H. Niebyl, The Non-Naturals, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 486 {sj}

   Lead in the Wines of Antiquity, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 493 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 496 {sj}

Richard Harrison Shryock, The Medical Reputation of Benjamin Rush, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 507 {sj}

Darrell W. Amundsen, Visigothic Medical Legislation, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 553 {sj}

Peter H. Niebyl, The Helmontian Thorn, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 570 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 45, 1971, p. 600 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972

Lester S. King, Medical Theory and Practice at the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 1 {sj}

   Report of the Forty-Fourth Annual Meeting, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 29 April-1 May 1971, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 16 {sj}

Gerald L. Geison, Social and Institutional Factors in the Stagnancy of English Physiology, 1840-1870, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 30 {sj}

Kenneth M. Ludmerer, Genetics, Eugenics and the Immigration Restriction Act of 1924, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 59 {sj}

Fred Rosner, The Spleen in the Talmud and Other Early Jewish Writings, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 82 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 88 {sj}

Toby Gelfand, The "Paris Manner" of Dissection: Student Anatomical Dissection in Early Eighteenth-Century Paris, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 99 {sj}

William N. Boog Watson, Thomas Robertson, Naval Surgeon, 1793-1828, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 131 {sj}

Audrey B. Davis, Rudolf Schindler's Role in the Development of Gastroscopy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 150 {sj}

L.L. Langley; Jeanne L. Brand, The Mind-Body Issue in Early Twentieth-Century American Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 171 {sj}

Wallace Shugg; Walter Sherwin; Jay Freyman, Henry More's "Circulatio Sanguinis": An Unexamined Poem in Praise of Harvey [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 180 {sj}

Stanley Joel Reiser, The History of Medicine Program at Harvard, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 190 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 195 {sj}

Owen H. Wangensteen; Sarah D. Wangensteen; Charles F. Klinger, Wound Management of Ambroise Paré and Dominique Larrey, Great French Military Surgeons of the 16th and 19th Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 207 {sj}

Edward C. Atwater, Morrill Wyman and the Aspiration of Acute Pleural Effusions, 1850. A Letter from New England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 235 {sj}

Caroline C. Hannaway, The Société Royale de Médecine and Epidemics in the Ancien Régime, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 257 {sj}

Dora B. Weiner, The French Revolution, Napoleon and the Nursing Profession, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 274 {sj}

Cecil Striker, New Daniel Drake Correspondence [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 306 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 312 {sj}

William R. LeFanu, The Lost Half-Century in English Medicine, 1700-1750, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 319 {sj}

Ann Beck, Medical Administration and Medical Researchin Developing Countries: Remarks on Their History in Colonial East Africa, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 349 {sj}

Manfred J. Waserman, Henry L. Coit and the Certified Milk Movement in the Development of Modern Pediatrics, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 359 {sj}

Esther Fischer-Homberger, Hypochondriasis of the Eighteenth Century — Neurosis of the Present Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 391 {sj}

Saul Jarcho, The United States Pharmocopeia of 1820 and Its Background, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 402 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 408 {sj}

Walter Pagel, Val Helmont's Concept of Disease — To Be or Not to Be? The Influence of Paracelsus, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 419 {sj}

Jerry Stannard, Greco-Roman Materia Medica in Medieval Germany, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 455 {sj}

James K. Mustain, A Rural Medical Practitioner in Fifteenth-Century England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 469 {sj}

William L. Jellison, Tularemia: Dr. Edward Francis and His First 23 Isolates of Francisella Tularensis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 477 {sj}

J. Iain McDougall; Leon Michaels, Cardiovascular Causes of Sudden Death in "De Subitaneis Mortibus" by Giovanni Maria Lancisi [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 486 {sj}

Estelle Brodman; Lucille B. Pinto, An Eighteenth-Century Remedy Book: A Preliminary Note, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 495 {sj}

Whitfield J. Bell Jr., Richard Harrison Shryock, 1892-1972 [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 499 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 507 {sj}

Otto M. Marx, Wilhelm Griesinger and the History of Psychiatry: A Reassessment, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 519 {sj}

Robert P. Hudson, Abraham Flexner in Perspective: American Medical Education 1865-1910, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 545 {sj}

Theodore Rothman, De Laguna's Commentaries on Hallucinogenic Drugs and Witchcraft in Dioscorides' Materia Medica, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 562 {sj}

George E. Gifford Jr., Edward Frederick Leitner (1812-1838), Physician-Botanist, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 568 {sj}

E.A. Hammond; Claude C. Sturgill, A French Plague Recipe of 1720 [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 591 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 46, 1972, p. 598 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973

Whitfield J. Bell Jr., Joseph M. Toner (1825-1896) as a Medical Historian, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 1 {sj}

   Report of the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, May 3-6, 1972, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 25 {sj}

Russell M. Jones, American Doctors and the Parisian Medical World, 1830-1840, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 40 {sj}

Vern Bullough; Martha Voght, Women, Menstruation and Nineteenth-Century Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 66 {sj}

Jack Nortrup, Letters of a Frontier Doctor [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 83 {sj}

Max H. Fisch, Dorothy Schullian's Retirement [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 91 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 97 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 102 {sj}

Peter Krivatsy, Erasmus' Medical Milieu, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 113 {sj}

Ronald L. Numbers, The Making of an Eclectic Physician: Joseph M. McElhinney and the Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 155 {sj}

Elizabeth Lomax, The Uses and Abuses of Opiates in Nineteenth-Century England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 167 {sj}

Russell M. Jones, American Doctors and the Parisian Medical World, 1830-1840, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 177 {sj}

Lloyd G. Stevenson, Retirement of F.N.L. Poynter, Director of the Wellcome Institute of the History of Medicine [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 205 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 207 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 211 {sj}

Edward C. Atwater, The Medical Profession in a New Society, Rochester, New York (1811-60), in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 221 {sj}

Harry F. Dowling, Comparisons and Contrasts Between the Early Arsphenamine and Early Antibiotic Periods, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 236 {sj}

Theron Kue-Hing Young, A Conflict of Professions: The Medical Missionary in China, 1835-1890, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 250 {sj}

D.I. Pool, The Effects of the 1918 Pandemic of Influenza on the Maori Population of New Zealand, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 273 {sj}

Robert J. Penella; Thomas S. Hall, Galen's "On the Best constitution of Our Body," Introduction, Translation and Notes [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 282 {sj}

Harry Bloch, The Berlin Correspondence in the JAMA during the Hitler Regime [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 297 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 306 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 309 {sj}

James O. Breeden, Andersonville — A Southern Surgeon#s Story, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 317 {sj}

Theodore F. Brunner, Evidence of Marijuana Use in Ancient Greece and Rome? The Literary Evidence, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 344 {sj}

Peter H. Niebyl, Science and Metaphor in the Medicine of Restoration England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 356 {sj}

Toby Gelfand, The Hospice in the Paris College of Surgery (1774-1793): "A Unique and Invaluable Institution", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 375 {sj}

J. Worth Estes, An Account of the Foxglove in America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 394 {sj}

John Z. Bowers, Alpha Omega Alpha Program of Audiovisual Memoirs of Leaders in American Medicine [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 409 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 414 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 417 {sj}

Jerome J. Bylebyl, The Growth of Harvey's De Motu Cordis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 427 {sj}

Vincent J. Cirillo, Edward Bliss Foote: Pioneer American Advocate of Birth Control, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 471 {sj}

Philip A. Kalisch, Tracadie and Penikese Leprosaria: A Comparative Analysis of Societal Response to Leprosy in New Brunswick, 1844-1880, and Massachusetts, 1904-1921, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 480 {sj}

Lucille B. Pinto, The Folk Practice of Gynecology and Obstetrics in the Middle Ages, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 513 {sj}

N. Howard Jones, Cardiac Catheterization: A Historical Note [Notes and Comments], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 524 {sj}

Lloyd G. Stevenson, The New Director of the Wellcome Institute of the History of Medicine [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 527 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 529 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 532 {sj}

   Pagel Festschrift [Editorial], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 543 {sj}

George T. Harrell, Osler's Practice, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 545 {sj}

Wesley D. Smith, Galen on Coans versus Cnidians, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 569 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, In Praise of Amateurs: Medical History in America before Garrison, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 586 {sj}

   Report of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 2-5, 1973, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 616 {sj}

Janet B. Koudelka, Johns Hopkins Centenary [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 633 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 634 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 47, 1973, p. 637 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974

Pauline H.H. Mazumdar, The Antigen-Antibody Reaction and the Physics and Chemistry of Life, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 1 {sj}

Robert E. Kohler Jr., The Background to Arthur Harden's Discovery of Cozymase, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 22 {sj}

Bernice J. Trexler, Hospital Patients in Florence: San Paolo, 1567-68, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 41 {sj}

Dora B. Weiner, The Blind Man and the French Revolution, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 60 {sj}

William R. Albury, Physiological Explanation in Magendie's Manifesto of 1809, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 90 {sj}

Owen H. Wangensteen; Sarah D. Wangensteen, Lister, His Books and Evolvement of His Antiseptic Wound Practices, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 100 {sj}

George Rosen, Christian Fenger, Medical Immigrant, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 129 {sj}

   Comments on "Berlin Correspondence" [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 146 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 147 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 152 {sj}

John Farley; Gerald L. Geison, Science, Politics and Spontaneous Generation in Nineteenth Century France: The pasteur-Pouchet Debate, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 161 {sj}

John Parascandola; Ronald Jasensky, Origins of the Receptor Theory of Drug Action, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 199 {sj}

Wayland D. Hand, Measuring and Plugging: The Magical Containment and Transfer of Disease, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 221 {sj}

H. Tristram Engelhardt Jr., The Disease of Masturbation: Values and the Concept of Disease, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 234 {sj}

Edward F. Keuchel, Chemicals and Meat: The Embalmed Beef Scandal of the Spanish-American War, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 249 {sj}

Rosemary Keupper Valle, The Cesarean Operation in Alta California during the Franciscan Mission Period (1769-1833), in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 265 {sj}

Francis Schiller, The Intriguing Nucleus of Deiters: Notes on an Eponym, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 276 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 287 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 294 {sj}

Fridolf Kudlien, Cynicism and Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 305 {sj}

Darrell W. Amundsen, Romanticizing the Ancient Medical Profession: The Characterization of the Physician in the Graeco-Roman Novel, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 320 {sj}

Guenter B. Risse, "Doctor William Cullen, Physician, Edinburgh", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 338 {sj}

Donald F. Proctor, The Nose, Ambient Air and Airway Mucosa, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 352 {sj}

Kenneth Levin, Freud's Paper "On Male Hysteria" and the Conflict between Anatomical and Physiological Models, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 377 {sj}

Christine R. Whittaker, Chasing the Cure: Irving Fisher's Experience as a Tuberculosis Patient, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 398 {sj}

Robert S. Katz, Influenza 1918-1919: A Study in Mortality, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 416 {sj}

Harry J. Campbell, The Congressional Debate over the Seaman's Sickness and Diability Act of 1798, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 423 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 431 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 434 {sj}

John Z. Bowers, Imperialism and Medical Education in China, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 449 {sj}

Malcolm Jay Kottler, From 48 to 46: Cytological Technique, Preconception and the Counting of Human Chromosomes, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 465 {sj}

Ilza Veith, Blinders of the Mind: Historical Reflections on Functional Impairment of Vision, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 503 {sj}

Lester S. King, George Cheyne, Mirror of Eighteenth Century Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 517 {sj}

Daniel de Moulin, A Historical-Phenomenological Study of Bodily Pain in Western Man, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 540 {sj}

Kenneth M. Flegel, Changing Concepts of the Nosology of Gonorrhea and Syphilis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 571 {sj}

Daniel de Moulin, The Institute of the History of Medicine, Katholieke Universiteit, Nijmegen, The Netherlands [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 589 {sj}

Francisco Guerra, Carlos Martínez Durán (1906-1974) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 590 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 591 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48, 1974, p. 594 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975

Francis Schiller, The Migraine Tradition, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 1 {sj}

Nancy M. Frieden, Physicians in Pre-Revolutionary Russia: Professionals or Servants of the State?, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 20 {sj}

John B. Blake, The Compleat Housewife, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 30 {sj}

Louis S. Greenbaum, "Measure of Civilization": The Hospital Thought of Jacques Tenon on the Eve of the French Revolution, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 43 {sj}

Michael McVaugh, An Early Discussion of Medicinal Degrees at Montpellier by Henry of Winchester, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 57 {sj}

Elizabeth Haigh, The Roots of the Vitalism of Xavier Bichat, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 72 {sj}

S.P. Fullinwider, Insanity as the Loss of Self: The Moral Insanity Controversy Revisited, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 87 {sj}

Paul W. Brewer, Voluntarism on Trial: St. Louis' Response to the Cholera Epidemic of 1849, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 102 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 123 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 127 {sj}

H. Tristram Engelhardt Jr., John Hughlings Jackson and the Mind-Body Relation, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 137 {sj}

Marion M. Torchia, The Tuberculosis Movement and the Race Question, 1890-1950, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 152 {sj}

Daniel M. Fox, Social Policy and City Politics: Tuberculosis Reporting in New York, 1889-1900, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 169 {sj}

Jacques M. Quen, Acupuncture and Western Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 196 {sj}

David C. Humphrey, The King's College Medical School and the Professionalization of Medicine in Pre-Revolutionary New York, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 206 {sj}

John S. Haller Jr., The Use and Abuse of Tartar Emetic in the 19th-Century Materia Medica, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 235 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the 47th Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 258 {sj}

L.H. Wells, New Light on the "Silvester" Family of Anatomical Broadsheets, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 270 {sj}

David C. Lindberg, Did Averoes Discover Retinal Sensitivity?, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 273 {sj}

John Z. Bowers; Mary E. Cunnane, Career Choices of Macy Foundation Fellows in the History of Medicine and the Biological Sciences [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 279 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 284 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 289 {sj}

Owsei Temkin, History and Prophecy: Meditations in a Medical Library, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 305 {sj}

Virginia R. Allen, Agency Physicians to the Southern Plains Indians, 1868-1900, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 318 {sj}

Peter Krivatsy, William Westmacott's Memorabilia: the Education of a Puritan Physician, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 331 {sj}

Ann Fowler LaBerge, The Paris Health Council, 1802-1848, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 339 {sj}

Manfred Waserman, The Quest for a National Health Department in the Progressive Era, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 353 {sj}

John R. Berg; Josef Sajner, J.E. PurkynĘ as a Piarist Monk, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 381 {sj}

Laurence A. Kohn, Goiter, Iodine and George W. Goler: The Rochester Experiment, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 389 {sj}

Todd L. Savitt, Smothering and Overlaying of Virginia Slave Children: A Suggested Explanation, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 400 {sj}

Pearl Kibre; Nancy G. Siraisi, Matheolus of prugia's Commentary on the Preface to the Aphorisms of Hippocrates [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 405 {sj}

Whitfield J. Bell Jr., W.B. McDaniel, 2d (1897-1975) [obituary] [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 429 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 432 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 437 {sj}

Ralph E. Pumphrey, Michael Davis and the Transformation of the Boston Dispensary, 1910-1920, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 451 {sj}

James C. Whorton, "Christian Physiology": William Alcott's Prescription for the Millenium, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 466 {sj}

Lloyd G. Stevenson, Suspended Animation and the History of Anesthesia, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 482 {sj}

Grace Goldin, Building a Hospital of Air: The Victorian Pavilions of St. Thomas' Hospital, London, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 512 {sj}

David B. Lovejoy Jr., The Hospital and Society: The Growth of Hospitals in Rochester, New York, in the Nineteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 536 {sj}

G. Edmund Gifford Jr., The Charleston Physician-Naturalists, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 556 {sj}

H.P. Tait, Douglas James Guthrie [obituary] [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 575 {sj}

Joseph W. Ernst, The Rockefeller Archive Center [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 576 {sj}

Robert P. Miciotto, Rokitansky "On Septal Defects" [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 578 {sj}

E.H. Bensley, The Oslers out for a Drive [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 579 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 580 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 49, 1975, p. 585 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976

Lloyd G. Stevenson, Bicentennial, Centennial and Semicentennial [Editorial], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 1 {sj}

Gerald N. Grob, Edward Jarvis and the Federal Census, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 4 {sj}

George Rosen, The Efficiency Criterion in Medical Car, 1900-1920, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 28 {sj}

Paul Potter, Herophilus of Chalcedon: An Assessment of His Place in the History of Anatomy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 45 {sj}

Edward F. Tuttle, The Trotula and Old Dame Trot: A Note on the Lady of Salerno, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 61 {sj}

Whitfield J. Bell Jr., Practitioners of History: Philadelphia Medical Historians before 1925, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 73 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, The Missing Seal, or Highlights of the Fist Half Century of the American Association for the History of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 93 {sj}

William S. Middleton, The Way of the Medical Historian, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 122 {sj}

Chauncey D. Leake, William Shainline Middleton, 1890-1975 [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 128 {sj}

Guenter B. Risse, An Account of the Wisconsin Chair in Medical History, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 133 {sj}

   Appointments in the History of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 138 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 140 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 142 {sj}

Diana Long Hall, "Bacon's Mansion": The Frustrations and Rewards of Respiratory Physiology in the Enlightenment, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 151 {sj}

Lester S. King, Evidence and Its Evaluation in 18th-Century Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 174 {sj}

J.V. Pickstone, Vital Actions and Organic Physics: Henri Dutrochet and French Physiology during the 1820s, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 191 {sj}

Samuel Ramer, Who Was the Russian Feldsher?, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 213 {sj}

Peter F. Krug, The Debate over the Delivery of Health Care in Rural Russia: The Moscow Zemstvo, 1864-1878, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 226 {sj}

Arthur G. King, The Legend of Jesse Bennet's 1794 Caesarian Section, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 242 {sj}

Martin Kaufman, The Admission of Women to 19th-Century American Medical Societies, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 251 {sj}

Anthony A. Walsh, Phrenology and the Boston Medical Community in the 1830s, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 261 {sj}

Genevieve Miller, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the 50th Anniversary Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 274 {sj}

Thomas K. McElhinney, Society for Health and Human Values, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 288 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 290 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 296 {sj}

Merriley Borell, Brown-Séquard's Organotherapy and its Appearance in America at the End of the Nineteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 309 {sj}

Guenter B. Risse, Schelling, "Naturphilosophie" and John Brown's System of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 321 {sj}

John M. Eyler, Mortality Statistics and Victorian Health Policy: Program and Criticism, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 335 {sj}

Paul Durrenberger, Lisu Curing: A Case History, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 356 {sj}

James Harvey Young, Botulism and the Ripe Olive Scare of 1919-1920, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 372 {sj}

Alfred R. Hoermann, Cadwallader Colden and the Mind-Body Problem, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 392 {sj}

James H. Cassedy, An Early American Hangover: The Medical Profession and Intemperance 1800-1860, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 405 {sj}

T.D. Stewart, Are Supra-Inion Depressions Evidence of Prophylactic Trephination?, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 414 {sj}

D.R. Brothwell, Further Evidence of Treponematosis in a Pre-European Population from Oceania [Notes and Comments], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 435 {sj}

Elizabeth H. Thomson, Betsy Copping Corner, 1888-1976 [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 443 {sj}

   Appointments in the History of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 446 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 448 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 452 {sj}

Saul Benison, René Dubos and the Capsular Polysaccharide of Pheumococcus: An Oral History Memoir, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 459 {sj}

R.K. French, Alexander Read and the Circulation of the Blood, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 478 {sj}

David L. Ransel, Abandoned Children of Imperial Russia: Village Fosterage, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 501 {sj}

Toby Gelfand, The Origins of a Modern Concept of Medical Specialization: John Morgan's Discourse of 1765, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 511 {sj}

J. Worth Estes, "As Healthy a Place as Any in America": Revolutionary Portsmouth, N.H. [New Hampshire], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 536 {sj}

Judith W. Leavitt, Politics and Public Health: Smallpox in Milwaukee, 1894-1895, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 553 {sj}

Joyce Antler; Daniel M. Fox, The Movement toward a Safe Maternity: Physician Accountability in New York City, 1915-1940, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 569 {sj}

Edward H. Bensley; Donald G. Bates, Sir William Osler's Autobiographical Notes [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 619 {sj}

Samuel X. Radbill; Lawrence Charles Parrish, Benjamin Spector, M.D., 1893-1976, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 619 {sj}

Dora B. Wiener, International Congress for the History of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 622 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 625 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 50, 1976, p. 630 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 51, 1977

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Bulletin of the History of Medicine 52, 1978

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Bulletin of the History of Medicine 53, 1979

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Bulletin of the History of Medicine 54, 1980

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Bulletin of the History of Medicine 55, 1981

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Bulletin of the History of Medicine 56, 1982

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Bulletin of the History of Medicine 57, 1983

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Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984

John Duffy, American Perceptions of the Medical, Legal and Theological Professions, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 1 {sj}

H.H. Biesterfeldt, Some Opinions on the Physician's Remuneration in Medieval Islam, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 16 {sj}

Patricia Spain Ward, "Who Will Bell the Cat?" Andrew C. Ivy and Krebiozen, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 28 {sj}

Geoffrey Sutton, The Physical and Chemical path to Vitalism: Xavier Bichat's Physiological Researches on Life and Death, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 53 {sj}

Eric T. Carlson, The History of Multiple Personality in the United States: Mary Reynolds and Her Subsequent Reputation, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 72 {sj}

Joel D. Howell, Early Perceptions of the Electrocardiogram: From Arrthythmia to Infarction, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 83 {sj}

G.E. Pentogalos; John G. Lascaratos, A Surgical Operation performed on Siamese Twins during the Tenth Century in Byzantium, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 99 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 111 {sj}

William Coleman, Epidemiological Method in the 1860s: Yellow Fever at Saint-Nazaire, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 145 {sj}

Robert S. Gottfried, English Medical Practioners, 1340-1530, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 164 {sj}

John C. Burnham, Change in the Popularization of Health in the United States, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 183 {sj}

Edward T. Morman, Clinical Pathology in America, 1864-1915: Philadelphia as a Test Case, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 198 {sj}

Saul Jarcho, Laveran's Discovery in the Retrospect of a Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 215 {sj}

John M. de Figueiredo, Ayurvedic Medicine in Goa according to European Sources in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 225 {sj}

Jane M. Oppenheimer, Basic Embryology and Clinical Medicine: A Case History in Serendipity, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 236 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 246 {sj}

Rosemary Stevens, Sweet Charity: State Aid to Hospitals in Pennsylvania, 1870-1910, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 287 {sj}

Vivian Nutton, Galen in the Eyes of His Contemporaries, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 315 {sj}

Raeburn Lange, Plagues and Pestilence in Polynesia: The Nineteenth-Century Cook Islands Experience, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 325 {sj}

Irvine Loudon, The Concept of the Family Doctor, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 347 {sj}

Ann F. la Berge, The Early Nineteenth-Century French Public Health Movement: The Disciplinary Development and Institutionalization of Hygiène Publique, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 363 {sj}

Susan Eyrich Lederer, "The Right and Wrong of Making Experiments on Human Beings": Udo J. Wile and Syphilis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 380 {sj}

Edward C. Atwater, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Fifty-Seventh Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 398 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 415 {sj}

M. Jeanne Peterson, Gentlemen and Medical Men: The Problem of Professional Recruitment, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 457 {sj}

Rosemary Stevens, Sweet Charity: State Aid to Hospitals in Pennsylvania, 1870-1910, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 474 {sj}

Francis Schiller, Coenesthesis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 496 {sj}

Steven J. Peitzman, Forgotten Reformers: The American Academy of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 516 {sj}

Daniel P. Todes, Biological Psychology and the Tsarist Censor: The Dilemma of Scientific Development, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 529 {sj}

Erwin H. Ackerknecht, From Barber-Surgeon to Modern Doctor, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 545 {sj}

Lawrence J. Bliquez; Alexander Kazhdan, Four Testimonia to Human dissection in Byzantine Times [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 554 {sj}

Caroline Hannaway, Abraham M. Lilienfeld (1920-1984) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 558 {sj}

Janet Wilson James, Writing and Rewriting Nursing History: A Review Essay, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 568 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 58, 1984, p. 585 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985

Arthur E. Imhof, From the Old Mortality Pattern to the New: Implications of a Radical Change from the Sixteenth to the Twentieth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 1 {sj}

John F. Benton, Trotula, Women's Problems and the Professionalization of Medicine in the Middle Ages, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 30 {sj}

Robert E. Kohler, Bacterial Physiology: The Medical Context, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 54 {sj}

Rosé G. Rigau-Pérez, Strategies that Led to the Eradiction of Smallpox in Puerto Rico, 1882-1921, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 75 {sj}

Susan G. Lawrence, "Desirous of Improvements in Medicine": Pupils and Practitioners in the Medical Societies at Guy's and St. Bartholomew's Hospitals, 1795-1815, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 89 {sj}

W.E. Knowles Middleton, An Unpublished Letter from Marcello Malpighi [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 105 {sj}

Caroline Hannaway, Teizo Ogawa (1901-1984) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 109 {sj}

   Letters to the Editor [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 110 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 110 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 117 {sj}

Barbara Gutmann Rosenkrantz, The Trouble with Bovine Tuberculosis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 155 {sj}

Guenter B. Risse, "Typhus" Fever in Eighteenth-Century Hospitals: New Approaches to Medical Treatment, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 176 {sj}

Peter D. Olch, Treading the Elephant's Tail: Medical Problems on the Overland Trails, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 196 {sj}

John Harley Warner, The Selective Transport of Medical Knowledge: Antebellum american Physicians and Parisian Medical Therapeutics, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 213 {sj}

Eugene Declercq; Richard Lacroix, The Immigrant Midwives of Lawrence: The Conflict between Law and Culture in Early Twentieth-Century Massachusetts, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 232 {sj}

   Appointments in the History of Medicine [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 247 {sj}

Guenter B. Risse, Karl Eduard Rothschuh (1908-1984) [obituary, Nachruf], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 248 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 249 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 255 {sj}

James R. Wright Jr., The Development of the Frozen Section Technique, the Evolution of Surgical Biopsy and the Origins of Surgical Pathology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 295 {sj}

Luke Demaitre, The Description and Diagnosis of Leprosy by Fourteenth-Century Physicians, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 327 {sj}

Ruth Leys, Meyer, Jung and the Limits of Association, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 345 {sj}

Margaret Warner, Hunting the Yellow Fever Germ: The Principle and Practice of Etiological Proof in Late Nineteenth-Century America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 361 {sj}

R.M. Price, A Case Book of the Philadelphia Almshouse Infirmary. Dr. James Rush Attending Physician [8 October 1819 to 10 February 1820] [Notes and Comments], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 383 {sj}

James H. Cassedy, Diversity and Professionalism in American Medical History: the AAHM in the 1980s, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 390 {sj}

Edward C. Atwater, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Fifty-Eighth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 395 {sj}

Peter D. Olch, Charles W. Bodemer (1927-1985) [obitary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 405 {sj}

Peter D. Olch, Lawrence Chester McHenry, Jr. (1929-1985) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 406 {sj}

Guenter B. Risse, International Congress of the History of Medicine, Cairo, Egypt [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 407 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 408 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 415 {sj}

Victoria A. Harden, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Research and the Development of the Insect Vector Theory, 1900-1930, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 449 {sj}

James Harvey Young, The Pig That Fell into the Privy: Upon Sinclair's The Jungle and the Meat Inspection Amendments of 1906, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 467 {sj}

Thomas R. Forbes, Coroners' Inquisitions from the County of Cheshire, England, 1817-39 and 1877-78, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 481 {sj}

Gary B. Ferngren, Roman Lay Attitudes towards Medical Experimentation, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 495 {sj}

Daniel de Moulin, Paul Barbette, M.D.: A Seventeenth-Century Amsterdam Author of Best-Selling Textbooks [Notes and Comments], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 506 {sj}

John Scarborough, Erasistratus: Student of Theophrastus? [Notes and Comments], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 515 {sj}

Robert Browning, A Further Testimony to Human Dissection in the Byzantine World [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 518 {sj}

   Appointments in the History of Medicine [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 521 {sj}

Nancy G. Siraisi, Pearl Kibre (1902-1985) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 521 {sj}

   History of Medicine Division, National Library of Medicine: Retirement [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 523 {sj}

Derrick Baxby, Opening of the Jenner Museum in Berkeley, England [Correspondence and Reports], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 523 {sj}

   Announcements, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 524 {sj}

   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 59, 1985, p. 534 {sj}


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