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[Box of medical historical papers by E. Ashworth Underwood].

Underwood, Edgar Ashworth, 1899-
Date
1930-1978
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About this work

Publication/Creation

1930-1978.

Physical description

1 box ; 32 x 24 cm

Contents

Advice to patients in Oakwood Hall Sanatorium. - Early nephritis in scarlatina. - Reflections on the functions of tuberculosis care committees. - Popular pamphlet on cholera. - Cerebro-spinal fever. - Epidemiology of an influenza outbreak in Leeds. - Schick immunity and diphtheria infection. - Immunisation against diphtheria by means of a single dose of alum-precipitated toxoid (A.P.T.) - Neurological complications of varicella : a clinical and epidemiological study. - Public dental service : administration and results. - Diphtheria toxoid-reaction (Moloney) test : its applications and significance. - Special clinics for women. - Prophylaxis of fevers. - National health and physical fitness. - Recent knowledge of the incidence and control of cerebrospinal fever. - Bicentenary of the birth of Lavoisier. - "Fabrica" of Andreas Vesalius. - Beveridge report and the health services. - Lavoisier and the history of respiration. - Calcar, Wesel, and Vesalius. - Before and after Morton : a historical survey of anaesthesia. - Apollo and Terpsichore : music and the healing art : the Fielding H. Garrison lecture. - Edward Jenner, Benjamin Waterhouse, and the introduction of vaccination into the United States. - Obituaries : Max Neuburger. - Bleeding, cupping, and purging. - Charles Singer, 1876-1960. - Early teaching of anatomy at Padua, with special reference to a model of the Padua Anatomical Theatre. - Edward Jenner : the man and his work. - Dumfries and the early history of surgical anaesthesia. - Boerhaave after three hundred years. - English-speaking medical students at Leyden. - Relations between British and Italian medicine between 1650 and 1800. - First and final phases of the Irish medical students at the University of Leyden, with comments by Oliver Goldsmith.

Languages

  • English


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