Section I, Series 4. Medical Staff, C.1750-1975.
Francis R. Packard. Bound Book of 20 of his Off-prints.
(Book D.) Covers 1885-1903, not in chronological order. Including:
- 1902: "The resurrectionists of London and Edinburgh." Described
- 1897: "Scarlatiniform Eruptions following Operation
or Traumatism." Described above.
- 1888: "On some of the surgeons of the last century." Reprinted
from Canadian Practitioner, Toronto, Feb. Read before the Meeting
of the Ontario Medical Association, June 8.
- 1885: "The Great advances in Surgery, and how they have
been made." Reprinted from Phila. Medical Times, Jan.
24. Being the Annual Address before the Academy of Surgery
of Philadelphia, delivered Jan. 5.
- 1903: "The etiology of Nasal Polypi, with especial reference
to their association with other Pathological Conditions," Described
- 1903: "The Author of 'Rab and His Friends,' Dr. John
Brown, of Edinburgh." Described above.
- 1897: "An Analysis of two hundred and twenty-one cases
of foreign body introduced into the male bladder per urethram,
with report of a recent case." Described above .
- 1897: "Amaurosis following intranasal operation, with
a review of some of the uncommon results of operations within
the Nose." Described above.
- 1898: "Reflex disturbances of nasal origin," Described
- 1898: "A healthy regiment, and the reason it was so." Described
- 1899: "Early Methods of Medical Education in North America. " Described
- 1899: "Syphilitic perichondritis of the auricle." Described
- 1900: "Living animal organisms in the ear." Described
- 1899: "Traumatic perforations of the membrana tympani." Described
- 1900: "The earliest recorded autopsies in America." Described
- 1900: "Some old certificates of proficiency in medicine." Described
- 1900: "Medical societies in this country founded prior
to the year 1787." Described above. (2 copies).
- 1900: "Aural manifestations of syphilis." Described
- 1901: "The difficulties attendant upon the proper treatment
of diseases of the ear in dispensary practice." Described
- 1902: "The Medical History of Dr. Samuel Johnson." Described
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