Bulletin of the History of Medicine
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Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986
Joan R. Butterton, The Education, Naval Service and Early Career of William Smellie, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 1 {sj}
Frederic L. Holmes, Patters of Scientific Creativity, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 19 {sj}
Howard I. Kushner, American Psychiatry and the Cause of Suicide, 1844-1917, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 36 {sj}
Virginia G. Drachman, The Limits of Progress: The Professional Lives of Women Doctors, 1881-1926, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 58 {sj}
William H. Roberts, Orthodoxy vs. Homeopathy: Ironic Developments following the Flexner Report at the Ogio State University, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 73 {sj}
Ann G. Carmichael; Ronald L. Numbers, Graduate Education in the History of Medicine: North America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 88 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, p. 98 {sj}
Toby Gelfand, Imagining the Body [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 109 {sj}
   Book Reviews, p. 113 {sj}
Toby Gelfand, Medical Nemesis, Paris, 1894: Léon Daudet's Les Morticoles, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 155 {sj}
Carole Haber, "Who's Looney Now?": The Insanity Case of John Armstrong Chaloner, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 177 {sj}
Virginia A. Metaxas Quiroga, Female Lay Managers and Scientific pediatrics at Nursery and Child's Hospital, 1854-1910, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 194 {sj}
J.S. Hamilton, Scribonius Largus on the Medical Profession [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 209 {sj}
David Hamilton; James T. Goodrich, An Illustration of Skin Graft Rejection and Sympathetic Medicine from 1661, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 217 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, p. 222 {sj}
William Coleman, The Physician in Nazi Germany [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 234 {sj}
   Book Reviews, p. 240 {sj}
Elbort Forster, From the Patient's Point of View: Illness and Health in the Letters of Liselotte von der Pfalz (1652-1722), in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 297 {sj}
Leonard G. Wilson, The Historical Riddle of Milk-Borne Scarlet Fever, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 321 {sj}
Lawrence D. Longo, Electrotherapy in Gynecology: the American Experience, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 343 {sj}
E.H. Beardsley, Good-bye to Jim Crow: The Desegretation of Southern Hospitals, 1945-70, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 367 {sj}
Erwin H. Ackerknecht, Private Institutions in the Genesis of Psychiatry, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 387 {sj}
Edward C. Atwater, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Fifty-Ninth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 396 {sj}
   American Association for the History of Medicine Bylaws, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 408 {sj}
Nancy G. Siraisi, Charles B. Schmitt (1933-1986) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 416 {sj}
Pauline Mazumdar, Conference on the History of Russian and Soviet Public Health, Massey College, University of Toronto, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 417 {sj}
   Letter to the Editor, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 417 {sj}
   Book Reviews, p. 426 {sj}
Gerald N. Grob, Psychiatry and Social Activism: The Politics of a Specialty in Postwar America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 477 {sj}
Eleanora C. Gordon, Child health in the Middle Ages as Seen in the Miracles of Five English Saints, A.D. 1150-1220, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 502 {sj}
C. Thomas Anderson, Robert Remak and the Multinucleated Cell: Eliminating a Barrier to the Acceptance of Cell Division, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 523 {sj}
M.A. Crowther, "Savill's Disease": A Pauper Epidemic in Britain and its Implications, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 544 {sj}
   New Professorship at Hopkins, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 559 {sj}
Daniel de Moulin, In Memoriam: Gerrit Arie Lindeboom (1905-1986) [obituary, necrologie], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 559 {sj}
Guenter B. Risse, International Academy for the History of Medicine Meeting, Leyden, The Netherlands, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 560 {sj}
Guenter B. Risse, Thirtieth International Congress of the History of Medicine, Düsseldorf, West Germany, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 561 {sj}
Dora B. Weiner, ISHM Report, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 562 {sj}
Philp M Teigen, William Osler as Medical Hero [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 60, 1986, p. 574 {sj}
   Book Reviews, p. 576 {sj}


Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987
John M. Eyler, Scarlet Fever and Confinement: The Edwardian Debate over Isolation Hospitals, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 1 {sj}
Samuel B. Thielman, Madness and Medicine: Trends in American Medical Therapeutics for Insanity, 1820-60, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 25 {sj}
Steven M. Oberhelman, The Diagnostic Dream in Ancient Medical Theory and Practice, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 47 {sj}
Harold J. Cook, The Society of Chemical Physicians, the New Philosophy and the Restoration Court, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 61 {sj}
David McBride, The Henry Phipps Institute, 1903-37: Pioneering Tuberculosis Work with an Urban Minority, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 78 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, p. 98 {sj}
   Book Reviews, p. 107 {sj}
Theodore M. Brown, Alan Gregg and the Rockefeller Foundation's Support of Franz Alexander's Psychosomatic Research, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 155 {sj}
Luis García-Ballester, Medical Science in Thirteenth-Century Castile: Problems and Prospects, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 183 {sj}
Arleen Tuchman, Experimental Physiology, Medical Reform and the Politics of Education at the University of Heidelberg: A Case Study, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 203 {sj}
Jonathan M. Liebenau, Public Health and the Production and Use of Diphtheria Antitoxin in Philadelphia, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 216 {sj}
J.M. Thijssen, Twins as Monsters: Albertus Magnus's Theory of the Generation of Twins and its Philosophical Context, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 237 {sj}
Christopher Lawrence, Graduate Education in the History of Medicine: Great Britain, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 247 {sj}
B. Rama Rao, In Memoriam: D.V. Subby Reddy (1899-1987) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 253 {sj}
   Book Reviews, p. 263 {sj}
William Coleman, Koch's Comma Bacillus: The First Year, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 315 {sj}
Jan. R. McTavish, What's in a Name? Aspirin and the American Medical Association, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 343 {sj}
Michael W. Dols, The Origins of the Islamic Hospital: Myth and Reality, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 367 {sj}
Paul Weindling, Medical Practice in Imperial Berlin: The Casebook of Alfred Grotjahn, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 391 {sj}
Saul Jarcho, A History of Semitertian Fever, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 411 {sj}
Edward C. Atwater, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixtieth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 431 {sj}
H.M. Koelbing, In Memoriam: Erna Lesky (1911-1986) [obituary, Nachruf], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 442 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, p. 443 {sj}
Faye Marie Getz, Medieval English Medicine [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 455 {sj}
Sharon Kingsland, Defining American Biology: New Books in the History of American Science [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 462 {sj}
   Book Reviews, p. 471 {sj}
Todd I. Savitt, Enterine a White Profession: Black Physicians in the New South, 1880-1920, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 507 {sj}
George Weisz, The Posthumous Laennec: Creating a Modern Medical Hero, 1826-1870, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 541 {sj}
James C. Riley, Ill Health during the English Mortality Decline: The Friendly Societies' Experience, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 563 {sj}
Ann Ellis Hanson, The Eight Months' Child and the Etiquette of Birth: Obsit Omen!, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 589 {sj}
Ellen More, The Blackwell Medical Society and the Professionalization of Women Physicians, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 603 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, p. 629 {sj}
Mitchell G. Ash, Whose History? Whose Therapy? Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in the Third Reich [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 61, 1987, p. 641 {sj}
   Book Reviews, p. 655 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988
Jack D. Pressman, Sufficient Promise: John F. Fulton and the Origins of Psychosurgery, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 1 {sj}
Ann F. La Berge, Edwin Chadwick and the French Connection, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 23 {sj}
K. Codell Carter, The Koch-Pasteur Dispute on Establishing the Cause of Anthrax, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 42 {sj}
Thomas Neville Bonner, Medical Women Abroad: A New Dimension of Women's Push for Opportunity in Medicine, 1850-1914, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 58 {sj}
Vern L. Bullough, Katharine Bement Davis, Sex Research and the Rockefeller Foundation, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 74 {sj}
Jeanne L. Brand, In Memoriam: Frank Bradway Rogers (1914-1987) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 90 {sj}
Thomas E. Cone Jr., In memoriam: Samuel X. Radbill (1901-1987) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 92 {sj}
Susan M. Reverby, In Memoriam: Janet Wilson James (1919-1987) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 93 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 95 {sj}
Gerald N. Grob, The Care and Treatment of the Mentally Ill [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 104 {sj}
L.J. Rather, Virchow and the Mechanistic Concept of Life in 1845 [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 107 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 112 {sj}
Susan C. Lawrence, Entrepreneurs and Private Enterprise: The Development of Medical Lecturing in London, 1775-1820, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 171 {sj}
Christopher Lawrence, Alexandro Monro Primus and the Edinburgh Manner of Anatomy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 193 {sj}
Allan Mitchell, Obsessive Questions and Faint Answers: The French Response to Tuberculosis in the Belle Epoque, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 215 {sj}
Alan Derickson, Federal Intervention in the Joplin Silicosis Epidemic, 1911-1916, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 236 {sj}
Suzanne White, Mom and Dad (1944): Venereal Disease "Exploitation", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 252 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 271 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 283 {sj}
Timothy L. Bratton, The Identity of the New England Indian Epidemic of 1616-19, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 351 {sj}
L.S. Jacyna, The Laboratory and the Clinic: The Impact of Pathology on Surgical Diagnosis in the Glasgow Western Infirmary, 1875-1910, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 384 {sj}
Norman Gevitz, Autonomous Profession or Medical Specialty: The Stomatological Movement and American Dentistry, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 407 {sj}
Conrad Seipp, Organized Medicine and the Public Health Institute of Chicago, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 429 {sj}
Edward C. Atwater, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixty-first Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 450 {sj}
Robert P. Hudson, Constituent Societies and the AAHM, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 461 {sj}
Harry Paul, Les Folies Françaises: The Psychiatric Profession in Nineteenth-Century France [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 470 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 480 {sj}
Jacalyn Duffin, Vitalism and Organicism in the Philosophy of R.-T.-H. Laennec, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 525 {sj}
James R. Wright Jr., The 1917 New York Biopsy Controversy: A Question of Surgical Incision and the Promotion of Metastases, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 546 {sj}
Toby Gelfand, "Mon Cher Docteur Freud": Charcot's Unpublished Correspondence to Freud, 1888-1893, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 563 {sj}
Janet Golden, From Wet Nurse Directory to Milk Bank: The Delivery of Human Milk in Boston, 1909-1917, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 589 {sj}
Charlotte G. Borst, The Training and Practice of Midwives: A Wisconsin Study, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 606 {sj}
Gert H. Brieger, In Memoriam: Lloyd Grenfell Stevenson (1918-1988) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 628 {sj}
Edward C. Atwater, Lloyd Grenfell Stevenson: A Personal Recollection, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 630 {sj}
Thomas G. Benedek, ISHM Report, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 632 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 62, 1988, p. 645 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989
John C. Burnham, American Physicians and Tobacco Use: Two Surgeons General, 1929 and 1964, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 1 {sj}
Robert A. Nye, Sex Difference and Male Homosexuality in French Medical Discourse, 1830-1930, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 32 {sj}
Wendy Mitchinson, The Toronto and Gladesville Asylums: Humane Alternatives for the Insane in Canada and Australia?, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 52 {sj}
Wesley D. Smith, Notes on Ancient Medical Historiography, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 73 {sj}
Dora B. Weiner, Esquirol's Patient Register: The First Private Psychiatric Hospital in Paris, 1802-1808 [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 110 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 121 {sj}
Toby Gelfand, Tuesdays at the Salpêtrière [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 132 {sj}
Matthew Ramsey, The Persistence of Superstition [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 136 {sj}
Darrel W. Amundsen, New Testament Times [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 140 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 145 {sj}
Charles E. Rosenberg, Body and Mind in Nineteenth-Century Medicine: Some Clinical Origins of the Neurosis Construct, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 185 {sj}
Suellen Hoy; Walter Nugent, Public Health or Protectionism? The German-American Pork War, 1880-1891, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 198 {sj}
Bruce T. Moran, Court Authority and Chemical Medicine: Moritz of Hessen, Johannes Hartmann and the Origin of Academic Chemiatria, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 225 {sj}
Vern L. Bullough, The Physician and Research into Human Sexual Behavior in Nineteenth-Century Germany, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 247 {sj}
Wesley G. Moran, Freud's Lithograph of Charcot: A Historical Note, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 268 {sj}
Owsei Temkin, In Memoriam: Erwin H. Ackerknecht (1906-1988) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 273 {sj}
Caroline Hannaway, In Memoriam: William Coleman (1934-1988) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 275 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 277 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 286 {sj}
Ian Dowgiggin, French Psychiatry and the Search for a Professional Identity: The Sociétīte Médico-Psychologique, 1840-1870, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 331 {sj}
Ilana Löwy, Biomedical Research and the Cosntraints of Medical Practice: James Bumgardner Murphy and the Early Discovery of the Role of Lymphocytes in Immune Reactions, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 356 {sj}
Robert P. Hudson, Theory and Therapy: Ptosis, Stasis and Autointoxication, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 392 {sj}
Diane Hamilton, The Cost of Caring: The Metropolitan Life Insurance Company's Visiting Nurse Service, 1909-1953, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 414 {sj}
Ulrich Tröhler, Graduate Education in the History of Medicine: Federal Republic of Germany, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 435 {sj}
Edward C. Atwater, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixty-second Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 444 {sj}
Caroline Hannaway, Australian Society of the History of Medicine: First National Conference, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 455 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 458 {sj}
Nancy J. Tomes, The White Plague Revisited [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 467 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 481 {sj}
Margaret Delacy, Puerperal Fever in Eighteenth-Century Britain, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 521 {sj}
John F. Hutchinson, Rethinking the Origins of the Red Cross, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 557 {sj}
Jeanne L. Brand, The United States Public Health Service and International Health, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 579 {sj}
Naomi Rogers, Germs with Legs: Flies, Disease and the New Public Health, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 599 {sj}
Martha Ellen Webb, The Early Medical Studies and Practice of Dr. David Hartley, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 618 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 637 {sj}
Paul U. Unschuld, Fifty Years: The Institute for the History of Medicine at Munich, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 637 {sj}
   Sigerist Chair at Rutgers, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 637 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 63, 1989, p. 652 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990
Faye Marie Getz, Charity, Translation adn the Language of Medical Learning in Medieval England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 1 {sj}
Thomas Neville Bonner, The German Model of Training Physicians in the United States, 1870-1914: How Closely was it Followed?, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 18 {sj}
Jan Coombs, Rural Medical Practice in the 1880s: A View from Central Wisconsin, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 35 {sj}
Estelle Brodman; Elizabeth B. Carrick, American Military Medicine in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: The Experience of Alexander H. Hoff, M.D. [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 63 {sj}
E. Brooks Holifield, The Wealth of Nineteenth-Century American Physicians, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 79 {sj}
Robert J.T. Joy, In Memoriam: Thomas Rogers Forbes (1911-1988) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 86 {sj}
   Naval Medicine Records in the National Archives. Northeast Region, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 87 {sj}
   Center for Historical Studies of Twentieth-Century Health Sciences: University of California, San Francisco, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 88 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 98 {sj}
   Editorial, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 161 {sj}
Charles E. Rosenberg, Making It in Urban Medicine: A Career in the Age of Scientific Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 163 {sj}
Pauline M.H. Muzumdar, Blood and Soil: The Serology of the Aryan Racial State, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 187 {sj}
Peter McCandless, "A House of Cure": The Antebellum South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 220 {sj}
Nelly Oudshoorn, On Measuring Sex Hormones: The Role of Biological Assays in Sexualizing Chemical Substances, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 243 {sj}
Sara Lee Silberman, Pioneering in Family-Centered Maternity and Infant Care: Edith B. Jackson and the Yale Rooming-in Research Project, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 262 {sj}
Hindrik Strandberg, Medical History in Finland and the Finnish Society for the History of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 288 {sj}
Carlos Viesca Treviño, Thirty Years: A Report from the Mexican Society for the History and Philosophy of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 288 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 289 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 299 {sj}
   Editorial, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 363 {sj}
Philip J. Pauly, The Struggle for Ignorance about Alcohol: American Physiologists, Wilbur Olin Atwater and the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 366 {sj}
George Weisz, Water Cures and Science: The French Academy of Medicine and Mineral Waters in the Nineteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 393 {sj}
Richard H. Frost, The Pueblo Indian Smallpox Epidemic in New Mexico, 1898-1899, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 417 {sj}
Nigel Allan, Hospice to Hospital in the Near East: An Instance of Continuity and Change in Late Antiquity, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 446 {sj}
J. Worth Estes, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixty-third Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 463 {sj}
George A. Silver, In Memorian: Arthur Jack Viseltear (1938-1990) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 473 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 474 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 482 {sj}
Nancy Tomes, The Private Side of Public Health: Sanitary Science, Domestic Hygiene and the Germ Theory, 1870-1990, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 509 {sj}
Steven M. Stowe, Obstetrics and the Work of Doctoring in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century American South, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 540 {sj}
Mary C. Gillett, U.S. Army Medical Officers and Public Health in the Philippines in the Wake of the Spanish-American War, 1898-1905, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 567 {sj}
Sander L. Gilman, The Jewish Body: A "Footnote", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 588 {sj}
Emilie Savage-Smith, In memorial: Michael Walters Dols (1942-1989) [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 603 {sj}
   Rockefeller Archive Center Resident Scholar for 1990-1991 Appointed, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 604 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 64, 1990, p. 612 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991
   Editorial, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 1 {sj}
K. David Patterson; Gerald F. Pyle, The Geography and Mortality of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 4 {sj}
Marcos Gueto, Indigenismo and Rural Medicine in Peru: The Indian Sanitary Brigade and Manuel Nuñez Butrón, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 22 {sj}
Christopher Sellers, The Public health Service's Office of Industrial Hygiene and the Transformation of Industrial Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 42 {sj}
Stow Persons, The Decline of Homeopathy — The University of Iowa, 1876-1919, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 74 {sj}
Gert H. Brieger, Classics and Character: medicine and Gentility, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 88 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 117 {sj}
   Editorial, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 161 {sj}
J. Worth Estes, The Shakers and their Proprietary Medicines, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 162 {sj}
Keith Wailoo, "A Disease sui generis": The Origins of Sickle Cell Anemia and the Emergence of Modern Clinical Research, 1904-1924, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 185 {sj}
Marguerite W. Dupree; M. Anne Crowther, A Profile of the Medical Profession in Scotland in the Early Twentieth Century: The Medical Directory as a Historical Source, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 209 {sj}
Saul Benison, Walter B. Cannon and the Politics of Medical Science, 1920-1940, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 234 {sj}
K. Codell Carter; George S. Tate, The Earliest Known Account of Semmelweis's Initiation of Disinfection at Vienna's Allgemeines Krankenhaus [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 252 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 264 {sj}
John Harley Warner, Remembering Paris: Memory and the American Disciples of French Medicine in the Nineteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 301 {sj}
Stanley L. Block, Daniel Drake and the Insanity Plea, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 326 {sj}
Thomas S. Huddle, Looking Backward: The 1871 Reforms at Harvard Medical School Reconsidered, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 340 {sj}
Steven J. Peitzman, Micropuncture and the Mechanistic Kidley: A New Look at a Classical Experiment, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 366 {sj}
Barbara L. Craig, The Role of Records and of Record-Keeping in the Development of the Modern Hospital in London, England, and Ontario, Canada, c. 1890-c. 1940, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 376 {sj}
J. Worth Estes, Amercian Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixty-fourth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 398 {sj}
Paul Weindling, Medicine in Nazi Germany and Its Aftermath [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 416 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 420 {sj}
Vanessa Northington Gamble, The Provident Hospital Project: An Experiment in Race Relations and Medical Education, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 457 {sj}
Charles R. King, The New York Maternal Mortality Study: A Conflict of Professionalization, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 476 {sj}
J.T.H. Connor, "A sort of felo-de-se": Eclecticism, Related Medical Sects and Their Decline in Victorian Ontario, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 503 {sj}
K. Codell Carter, The Development of Pasteur's Concept of Disease Causation and the Emergence of Specific Causes in Nineteenth-Century Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 528 {sj}
Gregg S. Meyer, Criminal Punishment for the Transmission of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Lessons from Syphilis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 549 {sj}
Kenneth F. Kiple, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Committee on Ethical Codes, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 565 {sj}
Rickey Hendricks, Oral History as Social History [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 575 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 65, 1991, p. 581 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992
Gary B. Ferngren, Early Christianity as a Religion of Healing, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 1 {sj}
Geonard G. Wilson, The Rise and Fall of Tuberculosis in Minnesota: The Role of Infection, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 16 {sj}
Sarah W. Tracy, George Draper and American Constitutional Medicine, 1916-1946: Reinventing the Sick Man, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 53 {sj}
Bonnie Ellen Blustein, percival Bailey and Neurology at the University of Chicago, 1928-1939, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 90 {sj}
G.E.R. Lloyd, The Transformations of Ancient Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 114 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 143 {sj}
Cornelius O'Boyle, Medicine, God and Aristotle in the Early Universities: Prefaratory prayers in Late Medieval Medical Commentaries, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 185 {sj}
L. Margaret Barnett, The Impact of "Fletcherism" on the Food Policies of Herbert Hoover during World War I, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 210 {sj}
James H. Cassedy, Numbering the North's Medical Events: Humanitarianism and Science in Civil War Statistics, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 234 {sj}
Guenter B. Risse, "A Long Pull, A Strong Pull and All Together": San Francisco and the Bubonic Plague, 1907-1908, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 260 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 287 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 296 {sj}
Thomas G. Benedek, The Influence of Ulrich von Hutten's Medical Descriptions and the Metaphorical Use of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 355 {sj}
Rhoads Murphey, Ottoman Medicine and Transculturalism from the Sixteenth through the Eighteenth Centuries, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 376 {sj}
Mark R. Finlay, Quackery and Cookery: Justus von Liebig's Extract of Meat and the Theory of Nutrition in the Victorian Age, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 404 {sj}
Harry M. Marks, Cortisone, 1949: A Year in the Political Life of a Drug, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 419 {sj}
Jane H. Murnaghan; Paul Talalay, H.H. Dale's Account of the Standardization of Insulin [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 440 {sj}
J. Worth Estes, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixty-fifth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 451 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 461 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 473 {sj}
Robert L. Martensen, "Habit of Reason": Anatomy and Anglicanism in Restoration England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 511 {sj}
Anne Hardy, Tracheotomy versus Intubation: Surgical Intervention in Diphtheria in Europe and the United States, 1826-1930, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 536 {sj}
Edwina Palmer; Geoffrey W. Rice, A Japanese Physician's Response to Pandemic Influenza: Ijirō Gomibuchi and the "Spanish Flu" in Yaita-Choō, 1918-1919, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 560 {sj}
Benjamin Harris; Adrian Brock, Freudian Psychopolitics: The Rivalry of Wilhelm Reich and Otto Fenichel, 1930-1935, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 578 {sj}
Walter J. Friedlander, The Bigelow-Simpson Controversy: Still Another Early Argument over the Discovery of Anesthesia [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 613 {sj}
   Correspondence and Reports, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 626 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 636 {sj}
   Essay Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 66, 1992, p. 638 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993
John C. Burnham, The Past of the Future of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 1 {sj}
David Harley, The Beginnings of the Tobacco Controversy: Puritanism, James I and the Royal Physicians, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 28 {sj}
Norman Gevitz, "Helps for Suddain Accidents": Stephen Bradwell and the Origin of the First Aid Guide, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 51 {sj}
Margaret DeLacy, The Conceptualization of Influenza in Eighteenth-Century Britain: Specificity and Contagion, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 74 {sj}
Clark Davis, Called by God, Led by Men: Women Face the Masculinization of American Medicine at the College of Medical Evangelists, 1909-1922, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 119 {sj}
Thomas W. Laqueur, Bodies of the Past, The Woman beneath the Skin, by Barbara Duden [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 155 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 162 {sj}
Martha R. Baldwin, Toads and Plague: The Amulet Controversy in Seventeenth-Century Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 227 {sj}
Harvey Mitchell; Samuel S. Kottek, An Eighteenth-Century Medical View of the Diseases of the Jews in Northeastern France: Medical Anthropology and the Politics of Jewish Emancipation, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 248 {sj}
Carol Helmstadter, Robert Bentley Todd, Saint John's House and the Origins of the Modern Trained Nurse, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 282 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 326 {sj}
Brian K. Nance, Determining the Patient's Temperment: An Excursion into Seventeeth-Century Medical Semeiology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 417 {sj}
Barron H. Lerner, Abdominal paracentesis: A Casualty of Reductionist Medical Therapeutics, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 439 {sj}
David Cantor, Cortisone and the Politics of Empire: Imperialism and British Medicine, 1918-1955, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 463 {sj}
Amalie M. Kass, The Obstetrical Case Book of Walter Channing, 1811-1822 [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 494 {sj}
J. Worth Estes, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixty-sixth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 524 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 545 {sj}
Frederick S. Paxton, Signa Mortifera: Death and Prognostication in Early medieval Monastic Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 631 {sj}
John R. Fisher, British Physicians, Medical Science and the Cattle Plague, 1865-66, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 651 {sj}
Kimberly Jensen, Uncle Sam's Loyal Nieces: American Medical Women, Citizenship and War Service in World War I, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 670 {sj}
Howard Markel, Cholera, Quarantines and Immigration Restriction: The View from Johns Hopkins, 1892 [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 691 {sj}
Joel D. Howell, The Purchase of Health Care by Selected American Households in 1917-1919: A Machine-readable Source [New Sources], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 696 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 67, 1993, p. 709 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994
Roy Porter, Gout: Framing and Fantasizing Disease, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 1 {sj}
Maneesha Lal, The Politics of Gender and Medicine in Colonial India: The Countess of Dufferin's Fund, 1885-1888, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 29 {sj}
Paul J. Edelson, Adopting Osler's Principles: Medical Textbooks in American Medical Scools, 1891-1906, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 67 {sj}
Harry M. Marks, Fatal Year: An Introduction to the Symposium [Demography and History around 1900: A Symposium on Fatal Years], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 86 {sj}
Gretchen A. Condran, What Fatal Years Tells Us That We Did Not Already Know [Demography and History around 1900: A Symposium on Fatal Years], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 95 {sj}
Richard A. Meckel, Judging Progressive-Era Infant Welfare in the Light of Fatal Years — and Vice Versa [Demography and History around 1900: A Symposium on Fatal Years], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 105 {sj}
Gerry Kearns, Class and Environment in Fatal Years [Demography and History around 1900: A Symposium on Fatal Years], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 113 {sj}
Samuel H. Preston, After Fatal Years: Responses and Future Research [Demography and History around 1900: A Symposium on Fatal Years], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 124 {sj}
Nacy Leys Stepan, Portraits of a Possible Nation: Photographing Medicine in Brazil [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 136 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 150 {sj}
Robert B. Sullivan, Sanguine Practices: A Historical and Historiographic Reconsideration of Heroic Therapy in the Age of Rush, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 211 {sj}
Edward M. Brown, French Psychiatry's Initial Reception of Bayle's Discovery of General Paresis of the Insane, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 235 {sj}
Michael Stolberg, Public Health and Popular Resistance: Cholera in the Grand Duchy of Tuscany, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 254 {sj}
John E. Murray, The White Plague in Utopia: Tuberculosis in Nineteenth-Century Shaker Communes, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 278 {sj}
Pamela H. Smith, Paracelsus as Emblem [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 314 {sj}
E. James Lieberman, Prehypnotic Suggestion [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 323 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 332 {sj}
Winfried Schleiner, Moral Attitudes toward Syphilis and its Prevention in the Renaissance, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 389 {sj}
Steven Noll, Patient Records as Historical Stories: The Case of Caswell Training School, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 411 {sj}
Beth Haiken, Plastic Surgery and American Beauty at 1921, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 429 {sj}
M. Susan Lindee, Atonement: Understanding the No-Treatment Policy of the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 454 {sj}
J. Worth Estes, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixty-seventh Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 491 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 511 {sj}
Emily K. Abel, Family Caregiving in the Nineteenth-Century: Emily hawley Gillespie and Sarah Gillespie, 1858-1888, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 573 {sj}
Kristine A. Campbell, Knots in the Fabric: Richard Pearson Strong and the Bilibid Prison Vaccine Trials, 1905-1906, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 600 {sj}
Thomas Goebel, American Medicine and the "Organizational Synthesis": Chicago Physicians and the Business of Medicine, 1900-1920, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 639 {sj}
David P. Adams, Community and Professionalization. General Practitioners and Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists in Cincinnati, 1945-1947, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 664 {sj}
Sander L. Gilman, Freud Studies, 1993-1994: A Fiel Establishes Itself [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 691 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 68, 1994, p. 705 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995
Judith Walzer Leavitt, "A Worrying Profession": The Domestic Environment of Medical Practice in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 1 {sj}
J. Rosser Matthews, Major Greenwood versus Almroth Wright: Contrasting Visions of "Scientific" Medicine in Edwardian Britain, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 30 {sj}
Margaret L. Grimshaw, Scientific Specialization and the Poliovirus Controversy in the Years before World War II, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 44 {sj}
Christ Feudtner, The Want of Control: ideas, Innovations and Ideals in the Modern Management of Diabetes Mellitus, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 66 {sj}
Robert A. Nye, Honor Codes and Medical Ethics in Modern France, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 91 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 117 {sj}
Charles E. Rosenberg, Catechisms of health: The Body in the Prebellum Classroom, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 175 {sj}
David Harley, From Providence to Nature: The Moral Theology and Godly Practice of Maternal Breastfeeding in Stuart England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 198 {sj}
Howard I. Kushner, Medical Fictions: The Case of the Cursing Marquise and the (Re)Construction of Gilles de la Tourette's Syndrome, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 224 {sj}
K. Codell Carter; Scott Abbott; James L. Siebach, Five Documents Relating to the Final Illness and Death of Ignaz Semmelweis [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 255 {sj}
Patricia D'Antonio, Florence Nightingale by Herself [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 278 {sj}
Alvan R. Feinstein, The Crisis in Clinical Research [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 288 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 292 {sj}
John M. Efron, Images of the Jewish Body: Three Medical Views from the Jewish Enlightenment, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 349 {sj}
Deborah Jean Warner, The Campaign for Medical Microscopy in Antebellum America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 367 {sj}
Erich Michael Caplan, Trains, Brains and Sprains: Railway Spine and the Origins of Psychoneuroses, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 387 {sj}
Howard Markel, "Knocking out the Cholera": Cholera, Class and Quarantines in New York City, 1892, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 420 {sj}
J. Worth Estes, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixty-eighth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 458 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 480 {sj}
Mark Edward Clark; Kirk M. Summers, Hippocratic Medicine and Aristotelian Science in the Daemonum investigatio peripatetica of Andrea Cesalpino, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 527 {sj}
Regina Morantz-Sanchez, Making It in a Man's World: The late-Nineteenth-Century Surgical Career of Mary Amanda Dixon Jones, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 542 {sj}
Leslie J. Reagan, Linking Midwives and Abortion in the Progressive Era, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 569 {sj}
Douglas O. Baldwin, Discipline, Obedience and Female Support Groups: Mona Wilson at the Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing, 1915-1918, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 599 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 69, 1995, p. 627 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996
John C. Burnham, How the Concept of Profession Evolved in the Work of Historians of Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 1 {sj}
Luke Demaitre, The Relevance of Futility: Jordanus De Turre (fl. 1313-1335) on the Treatment of Leprosy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 25 {sj}
Warwick Anderson, Disease, Race and Empire [Race and Acclimatization in Colonial Medicine], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 62 {sj}
Mark Harrison, "The Tender Frame of Man": Disease, Climate and Racial Difference in India and the West Indies, 1760-1860 [Race and Acclimatization in Colonial Medicine], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 68 {sj}
Warwick Anderson, Immunities of Empire: Race, Desease and the New Tropical Medicine, 1900-1920 [Race and Acclimatization in Colonial Medicine], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 94 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 126 {sj}
Jole Shackelford, Rosicrucianism, Lutheran Orthdoxy and the Rejection of Paracelsianism in Early Seventeenth-Century Denmark, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 181 {sj}
Elizabeth A. Williams, Medicine in the Civic Life of Eighteenth-Century Montpellier, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 205 {sj}
Christopher Hamlin, Edwin Chadwich, "Mutton Medicine" and the Fever Question, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 233 {sj}
Marcia L. Meldrum, "Simple Methods" and "Determined Contraceptors": The Statistical Evaluation of Fertility Control, 1957-68, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 266 {sj}
Hans Rudolf Wilhelm, Carl Gustav Jung's Curriculum Vitae from the Year 1902 [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 296 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 308 {sj}
Larry D. Eldridge, "Crazy Brained": Mental Illness in Colonial America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 361 {sj}
Anne Crowther; Marguerite Dupree, The Invisible General Practitioner: The Careers of Scottish Medical Students in the Late Nineteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 387 {sj}
Dale C. Smith, Appendicitis, Appendectomy and the Surgeon, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 414 {sj}
Donald L. Madison, Preserving Individualism in the Organizational Society: "Cooperation" and American Medical Practice, 1900-1920, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 442 {sj}
J. Worth Estes, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Sixty-ninth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 484 {sj}
Irvine Loudon, The Making of Man-Midwifery [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 507 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 516 {sj}
Joel T. Braslow, The Influence of a Biological Therapy on Doctors' Narratives and Interrogations: The Case of General Paralysis of the Insane and Malaria Fever Therapy, 1910-1950, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 577 {sj}
Pauline M.H. Mazumdar, Two Models for Human Genetics: Blood Grouping and Psychiatry in Germany between the World Wars, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 609 {sj}
Jacalyn Duffin; Leslie A. Falk, Sigerist in Sasketchewan: The Quest for Balance in Social and Technical Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 658 {sj}
William G. Rothstein, Professions in Process [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 691 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 70, 1996, p. 699 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997
Thomas G. Benedek, Gout in Women: A Historical Perspective, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 1 {sj}
George Weisz, Medical Directories and Medical Specialization in France, Britain and the United States, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 23 {sj}
David J. Lynn, Sigmund Freund's Psychoanalysis of Albert Hirst, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 69 {sj}
Jonathan Sadowsky, Psychiatry and Colonial Ideology in Nigeria, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 94 {sj}
   Burn this Book? [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 112 {sj}
Jack D. Pressman, Psychiatry and Its Origins [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 129 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 140 {sj}
Michael R. McVaugh, "Bedside Manners in the Middle Ages", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 201 {sj}
Terrie M. Romano, Gentlemanly versus Scientific Ideals: John Burdon Sanderson, Medical Education and the Failure of the Oxford School of Physiology, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 224 {sj}
Anne Hardy, Poliomyelitis and the Neurologists: The View from England, 1896-1966, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 249 {sj}
Martha H. Verbrugge, Recreating the Body: Women's Physical Education and the Science of Sex Differences in America, 1900-1940, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 273 {sj}
Walton O. Schalick III, The Henry E. Sigerist Medieval Manuscript Reproduction Collection: A Finding List [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 305 {sj}
   Graphical Materials Online [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 316 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 328 {sj}
Carolyn G. Shapiro-Shapin, "A Really Excellent Scientific Contribution": Scientific Creativity, Scientific Professionalism and the Chicago Drainage Case, 1900-1906, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 385 {sj}
Jessica M. Robbins, Class Struggles in the Tubercular World: Nurses, Patients and Physicians, 1903-1915, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 412 {sj}
Robert N. Proctor, The Nazi War on Tobacco: ideology, Evidence and Possible Cancer Consequences, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 435 {sj}
Marcel H. Bickel, Henry E. Sigerist's Annual "Plans of Work" (1932-1955) [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 489 {sj}
Edward T. Morman, Some Newly Acquired Manuscript Material at Johns Hopkins, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 499 {sj}
J. Worth Estes, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Seventieth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 501 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 523 {sj}
Kim Pelis, Prophet for Profit in French North Africa: Charles Nicolle and the Pasteur Institute of Tunis, 1903-36, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 583 {sj}
Simon D. Feldman; Alfred I. Tauber, Sickle Cell Anemia: Reexamining the First "Molecular Disease", in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 623 {sj}
Sally Smith Hughes, The Kaposi's Sarcoma Clinic at the University of California at San Francisco: An Early Response to the AIDS Epidemic, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 651 {sj}
Russell C. Maulitz, Billings in Cyberspace: Toward the Electronic Index-Catalogue [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 689 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 71, 1997, p. 700 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998
Scott Podolsky, Cultural Divergence: Elie Metchnikoff's Bacillus bulgaricus Therapy and his Underlying Concept of Health, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 1 {sj}
Shifra Shvarts; Theodore M. Brown, Kupat Holim, Dr. Isaac Max Rubinow and the American Zionist Medical unit's Experiment to Establish Health Care Services in Palestine, 1918-1923, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 28 {sj}
Dimitra Giannulli, "Repeated Disappointment": The Rockefeller Foundation and the Reform of the Greek Public Health System, 1929-1940, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 47 {sj}
Saul Jarcho, The Manuscript Consultation Reports of Francesco Torti, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 73 {sj}
Dorothy Porter, new Approaches to the History of Health and Welfare [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 83 {sj}
Nancy Whitten Zinn, Looking for the Answer [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 94 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 105 {sj}
Gerald N. Grob, Psychiatry's Holy Grail: The Search for the Mechanisms of Mental Diseases, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 189 {sj}
Charlotte G. Borst, Teaching Obstetrics at Home: Medical Schools and Home Delivery Services in the First Half of the Twentieth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 220 {sj}
Natalie Holt, "Confusion's Masterpiece": The Development of the Physician Assistant Profession, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 246 {sj}
James Harvey Young, The Development of the Office of Alternative Medicine in the National Institutes of Health, 1991-1996, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 279 {sj}
Patricia G. Kahn; Richard J. Kahn, medical History from Midcoast Maine [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 299 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 310 {sj}
Ted J. Kaptchuk, Intentional Ignorance: A History of Blind Assessment and Placebo Controls in Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 389 {sj}
Russell Viner, Abraham Jacobi and German Medical Radicalism in Antebellum New York, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 434 {sj}
Daniel J. Wilson, A Crippling Fear: Experiencing Polio in the Era of FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 464 {sj}
Todd L. Savitt, American Association for the History of medicine: Report of the Seventy-first Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 496 {sj}
Warwick Anderson, Where is the Postcolonial History of Medicine? [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 522 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 531 {sj}
Luke Demaitre, Medieval Notions of Cancer: Malignancy and Metaphor, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 609 {sj}
George J. Makari, Between Seduction and Libido: Sigmund Freund's Masturbation Hypotheses and the Realignment of His Etiologic Thinking, 1897-1905, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 638 {sj}
Charles R.R. Hayter, The Clinic as Laboratory: The Case of Radiation Therapy, 1896-1920, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 663 {sj}
Allison L. Hepler, "And We Want Steel Toes Like the Men": Gender and Occupational Health during World War II, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 689 {sj}
Charles E. Rosenberg, pathologies of Progress: The Idea of Civilization as Risk, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 714 {sj}
Arthur M. Silverstein, On the Naming of Rickettsiae after Paul Ehrlich, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 731 {sj}
Kathleen W. Jones; Russell C. Maulitz, Teaching the History of Medicine in Cyberspace [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 734 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 72, 1998, p. 753 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999
Susan P. Mattern, Physicians and the Roman Imperial Aristocracy: The Patronage of Therapeutics, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 1 {sj}
David E.J. Linden, Gabriele Zerbi's De cautelis medicorum and the Tradition of Medical Prudence, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 19 {sj}
Alexandra Lord, "The Great Arcana of the Deity": Menstruation and Menstrual Disorders in Eighteenth-Century British Medical Thought, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 38 {sj}
Fiona A. Macdonald, The Informary of the Glasgow Town's Hospital, 1733-1800: A Case for Voluntarism?, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 64 {sj}
Michael R. Marrus, The Nuremberg Doctors' Trial in Historical Context, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 106 {sj}
Amy Fairchild; David Rosener, The Living City: Engineering Social and Urban Change in New York City, 1865 to 1920 [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 124 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 141 {sj}
Julio César Pangas, Dental Pathology in Ancient Mesopotamia, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 197 {sj}
Joseph Ziegler, ut dicunt medici: Medical Knowledge and Theological Debates in the Second Half of the Thirteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 208 {sj}
Graham Mooney, Public Health versus Private Practice: The Contested Development of Compulsory Infectious Disease Notification in Late-Nineteenth-Century Britain, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 238 {sj}
Patricia D'Antonio, Revisiting and Rethinking the Rewriting of Nursing History, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 268 {sj}
Saul Jarcho, An Early Report of Familian Bronchiectasis, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 291 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 301 {sj}
, , in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. {sj}
Roger Daniels, Introduction to the Symposium [Professional Health Care and the Japanese American Incarceration], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 561 {sj}
Louis Fiset, Public Health in World War II Assembly Centers for Japanese Americans [Professional Health Care and the Japanese American Incarceration], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 565 {sj}
Susan L. Smith, Women Health Workers and the Color Line in the Japanese American "Relocation Ceters" of World War II [Professional Health Care and the Japanese American Incarceration], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 585 {sj}
Gwenn M. Jensen, System Failure: Health-Care Deficiencies in the World War II Japanese American Detention Centers [Professional Health Care and the Japanese American Incarceration], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 602 {sj}
Bert Hansen, New Images of a New Medicine: Visual Evidence for the Widespread Popularity of Therapeutic Discoveries in America after 1885, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 629 {sj}
Russell C. Maulitz, The Age in Incunabula [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 679 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 73, 1999, p. 693 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000
Edward A. Eckert, The Retreat of Plague from Central Europe, 1640-1720: A Geomedical Approach, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 1 {sj}
Nick Hopwood, Producing Development: The Anatomy of Human Embryos and the Norms of Wilhelm His, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 29 {sj}
Julie Fairman, Economically Practical and Critically Necessary? The Development of Intensive Care at Chestnut Hill Hospital, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 80 {sj}
Lynn Marie Pohl, Long Waits, Small Spaces and Compassionate Care: Memories of Race and Medicine in a Mid-Twentieth-Century Mississippi Community, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 107 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 144 {sj}
Harold J. Cook, Boerhaave and the Flight from Reason in Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 221 {sj}
Marilyn Schultz Blackwell, Keeping the "Household Machine" Running: Attendant Nursing and Social Reform in the Progressive Era, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 241 {sj}
Anne Hardy, "Straight back to Barbarism": Antityphoid Inoculation and the Great War, 1914, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 265 {sj}
Derek S. Linton, The Obscure Object of Knowledge: German Military Medicine Confronts Gas Gangrene during World War I, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 291 {sj}
Steven Feierman, Explanation and Uncertainty in the Medical World of Ghaambo, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 317 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 351 {sj}
Anna Marie Roos, Luminaries in Medicine: Richard Mead, James Gibbs and Solar and Lunar Effects on the Human Body in Early Modern England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 433 {sj}
Clark Lawlor; Akihito Suzuki, The Disease of the Self: Representing Consumption, 1700-1830, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 458 {sj}
Michael Hau, The Holistic Gaze in German Medeicine, 1890-1930, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 495 {sj}
Howard Markel, "The Eyes Have It": Trachoma, the perception of Disease, the United States Public Health Service and the American Jewish Immigration Experience, 1897-1924, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 525 {sj}
Jacalyn Duffin, In Memoriam: Mirko Drazen Grmek [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 561 {sj}
Todd L. Savitt, American Association for the History of medicine: Report of the Seventy-Third Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 566 {sj}
Russell C. Maulitz, Ping Me [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 583 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 593 {sj}
Mariko Ogawa, Uneasy Bedfellows: Science and Politics in the Refutation of Koch's Bacterial Theory of Cholera, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 671 {sj}
Bonj Szczgiel; Robert Hewitt, Nineteenth-Century Medical Landscapes: John H. Rauch, Frederick Law Olmsted and the Search for Salubrity, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 708 {sj}
Heather Munro Prescott, The White Plague Goes to College: Tuberculosis Prevention Programs in Colleges and Universities, 1920-1960, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 735 {sj}
Nancy Tomes, Introduction [Beyond the "Two Psychiatries": Jack Pressman's Last Resort and the History of Twentieth-Century American Psychiatry], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 773 {sj}
John C. Burnham, Jack Pressman and the Future of the History of Psychiatry [Beyond the "Two Psychiatries": Jack Pressman's Last Resort and the History of Twentieth-Century American Psychiatry], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 778 {sj}
Ellen Dwyer, Toward New Narratives of Twentieth-Century Medicine [Beyond the "Two Psychiatries": Jack Pressman's Last Resort and the History of Twentieth-Century American Psychiatry], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 786 {sj}
Joel T. Braslow, Therapeutics and the History of Psychiatry [Beyond the "Two Psychiatries": Jack Pressman's Last Resort and the History of Twentieth-Century American Psychiatry], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 794 {sj}
Rosemary A. Stevens, Fifty Years of the British National Health Service: Mixed Messages, Diverse Interpretations [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 806 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 74, 2000, p. 812 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001
Stanley W. Jackson, The Wounded Healer, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 1 {sj}
Paul Weindling, The origins of Informed Consent: The International Scientific Commission on medical War Crimes and the Nuremberg Code, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 37 {sj}
Joanne Meyerowitz, Sex Research at the Borders of Gender: Transvestites, Transsexuals and Alfred C. Kinsey, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 72 {sj}
Peter Dendle, Lupines, Manganese and Devil-Sickness: An Anglo-Saxon Medical Response to Epilepsy, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 91 {sj}
George Weisz, Reconstructing Paris Medicine [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 105 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 120 {sj}
Kevin P. Siena, The "Foul Disease" and Privacy: The Effects of Venereal Disease and Patient Demand on the Medical Marketplace in Early Modern London, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 199 {sj}
L.S. Jacyna, "A Host of Experienced Microscopists": The Establishment of Histology in Nineteenth-Century Edinburgh, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 225 {sj}
Mark Aldrich, Train Wrecks to Typhoid Fever: The Development of Railroad Medicine Organizations, 1850 to World War I, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 254 {sj}
Dov Front, The Expurgation of Medical Books in Sixteenth-Century Spain, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 290 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 299 {sj}
Frederick M. Hodges, The Ideal Prepuce in Ancient Greece and Rome: Male Genital Aesthetics and Their Relation to Lipodermos, Circumcision, Foreskin Restoration and the Kynodesmē, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 375 {sj}
Timothy Alborn, Insurance against Germ Theory: Commerce and Conservatism in Late-Victorian Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 406 {sj}
Gwen Kay, Healthy Public Relations: The FDA's 1930s Legislative Campaign, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 446 {sj}
Amy L. Fairchild, The Polio Narratives: Dialogues with FDR [Franklin Delano Roosevelt], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 488 {sj}
Todd L. Savitt, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Seventy-fourth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 535 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 557 {sj}
Josephine M. Lloyd, The "Languid Child" and the Eighteenth-Century Man-Midwife, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 641 {sj}
Todd Savitt, Money Versus Mission at an African-American Medical School: Knoxville College Medical Department, 1895-1900, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 680 {sj}
Carsten Timmermann, Constitutional Medicine, Neoromanticism and the Poltics of Antimechanism in Interwar Germany, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 717 {sj}
Joseph W. Lella, Introduction [Constructing History in Biography: A Symposium on William Osler: A Life in Medicine], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 740 {sj}
Philip M. Teigen, William Osler, Again [Constructing History in Biography: A Symposium on William Osler: A Life in Medicine], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 745 {sj}
Earl Nation, Osler in Cushing and Bliss: Personal Notes of a Seasoned Oslerian [Constructing History in Biography: A Symposium on William Osler: A Life in Medicine], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 756 {sj}
Joseph W. Lella, Bliss's Osler [Constructing History in Biography: A Symposium on William Osler: A Life in Medicine], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 760 {sj}
Michael Bliss, A Response to the Commentaries [Constructing History in Biography: A Symposium on William Osler: A Life in Medicine], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 767 {sj}
K. Codell Carter, Edwin Klebs's Grundversuche [Texts and Documents], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 771 {sj}
Russell C. Maulitz, Medium Meets Message [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 782 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 75, 2001, p. 787 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002
Paulo A. Porto, "Summus atque felicissimus salium": The Medical Relevance of the Liquor alkahest, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 1 {sj}
Christopher Crenner, Diagnosis and Authority in the Early Twentieth-Century Medical Practice of Richard C. Cabot, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 30 {sj}
Megan J. Davies, Competent Professionals and Modern Methods: State Medicine in British Columbia during the 1930s, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 56 {sj}
Elizabeth Siegel Watkins, "Doctor, Are You Traying to Kill Me?": Ambivalence about the Patient Package Insert for Estrogen, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 84 {sj}
Niall P.A.S. Johnson; Juergen Mueller, Updating the Accounts: Global Mortality of the 1918-1920 "Spanish" Influenza Pandemic, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 105 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 121 {sj}
Jason Szabo, Seeing Is Believing? The Form and Substance of French Medical Debates over Lourdes, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 199 {sj}
Christiane Sinding, Making the Unit of Insulin: Standards, Clinical Work and Industry, 1920-1925, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 231 {sj}
Elizabeth Temkin, Rooming-In: Redesigning Hospitals and Motherhood in Cold War America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 271 {sj}
Peter Keating; Alberto Cambrosio, From Screening to Clinical Research: The Cure of Leukemia and the Early Development of the Cooperative Oncology Groups, 1955-1966, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 299 {sj}
Arthur M. Silverstein, The collected papers of Paul Ehrlich: Why Was Volume 4 Never Published?, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 335 {sj}
E. James Lieberman, Psychoanalysis: Creation, Evolution and Survival [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 345 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 351 {sj}
Karol Kovalovich Weaver, The Enslaved Healers of Eighteenth-Century Saint Domingue, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 429 {sj}
Joseph G. Ryan, The Chapel and the Operating Room: The Struggle of Roman Catholic Clergy, Physicians and Believers with the Dilemmas of Obstetric Surgery, 1800-1900, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 461 {sj}
Alice Wexler, Chorea and Community in a Nineteenth-Century Town, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 495 {sj}
K. Codell Carter, Early conjectures That Down Syndrome is Caused by Chromosomal Nondisjunction, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 528 {sj}
Todd L. Savitt, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Seventy-fifth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 564 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 586 {sj}
Luz María Hernández-Sáenz, Matters of Life and Death: The Hospital of San Pedro in Puebla, 1790-1802, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 669 {sj}
Toby Gelfand, 11 January 1887, the Day Medicine Changed: Joseph Grancher's Defense of Pasteur's Treatment for Rabies, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 698 {sj}
Béla Bodó, The Medical Examination and Biological Selection of University Students in Nazi Germany, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 719 {sj}
David S. Jones, The Health Care Experiments at Many Farms: The Navajo, Tuberculosis and the Limits of Modern Medicine, 1952-1962, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 749 {sj}
Michael Neve, In memoriam: Roy Porter [obituary], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 791 {sj}
Russell C. Maulitz, Straws in the Wind [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 794 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 76, 2002, p. 801 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003
Gert H. Brieger, Temkin's Times and Ours: An Appreciation of Owsei Temkin, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 1 {sj}
Judith T. Irvine; Owsei Temkin, Who Was Akīlāōs? A problem in Medical Historiography, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 12 {sj}
David J. Rothman, Serving Clio and Client: The Historian as Expert Witness, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 25 {sj}
Elaine Murphy, The New Poor Law Guardians and the Administration of Insantiy in East London, 1834-1844, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 45 {sj}
Charles R.R. Hayter, Seeds of Discord: The Politics of Radon Therapy in Canada in the 1930s, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 75 {sj}
Judith A. Houck, "What Do These Women Want?": Feminist Responses to Feminine Forever, 1963-1980, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 103 {sj}
Julie Livingston, Pregnant Children and Half-Dead Adults: Modern Living and the Quickening Life Cycle in Botswana, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 133 {sj}
Ellen Silbergeld, The Unbearable Heaviness of Lead [Essay Review], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 164 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 172 {sj}
Judith Walzer Leavitt, What Do Men Have to Do with It? Fathers and Mid-Twentieth-Century Childbirth, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 235 {sj}
Steven Shapin, Trusting George Cheyne: Scientific Expertise, Common Sense and Moral Authority in Early Eighteenth-Century Dietetic Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 263 {sj}
George S. Rousseau; David Boyd Haycock, Coleridge's Choleras: Cholera Morbus, Asiatic Cholera and Dysentery in Early Nineteenth-Century England, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 298 {sj}
Alex Dracobly, Ethics and Experimentation on Human Subjects in Mid-Nineteenth-Century France: The Story of the 1859 Syphilis Experiments, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 332 {sj}
Amir Afkhami, Compromised Consitutions: The Iranian Experience with the 1918 Influenza Pandemic, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 367 {sj}
Philippe Fragu, How the Field of Thyroid Endocrinology Developed in France after World War II, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 393 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 418 {sj}
Charles E. Rosenberg, What is Disease? In Memory of Owsei Temkin, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 491 {sj}
Gabrielle Berti Logan, Women and the Practice and Teaching of Medicine in Bologna in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 506 {sj}
George Weisz, The Emergence of Medical Specialization in the Nineteenth Century, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 536 {sj}
Steven J. Peitzman, Why Support a Women's Medical College? Philadelphia's Early Male Medical Pro-Feminists, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 576 {sj}
Gregg Mitman, Hay Fever Holiday: Health, Leisure and Place in Gilded-Age America, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 600 {sj}
Keir Waddington, "Unfit for Human Consumption": Tuberculosis and the Problem of Infected Meat in Late Victorian Britain, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 636 {sj}
Todd L. Savitt, American Association for the History of Medicine: Report of the Seventy-sixth Annual Meeting, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 662 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 689 {sj}
Luke Demaitre, The Art and Science of Prognostication in Early University Medicine, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 765 {sj}
Samuel H. Greenblatt, Harvey Cushing's Paradigmatic Contribution to Neurosurgery and the Evolution of His Thoughts about Specialization, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 789 {sj}
Emily K. Abel, From Exclusion to Expulsion: Mexicans and Tuberculosis Control in Los Angeles, 1914-1940, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 823 {sj}
Karola Decker, Divisions and Diversity: The Complexities of Medical Refuge in Britain, 1933-1948, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 850 {sj}
Colin Talley, The Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis in Los Angeles and the United States, 1847-1960, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 874 {sj}
David Sowell, Contending Medical ideologies and State Formation: The Nineteenth-Century Origins of Medical Pluralism in Contemporary Columbia, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 900 {sj}
Russell C. Maulitz, Slide One Over [Netnotes: Medical History on the Internet], in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 927 {sj}
   Book Reviews, in: Bulletin of the History of Medicine 77, 2003, p. 941 {sj}

Bulletin of the History of Medicine 78, 2004
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