Thomas Spens - bibliography
British physician, born 1764, Edinburgh; died May 27, 1842, Edinburgh.
- De amenorrhoea. Doctoral dissertation; Edinburgh, 1784.
- Pharmacopoeia in usum nosocomii Edinburgensis.
- History of a case in which there took place a remarkable slowness of the pulse.
[Andrew] Duncan’s Medical Commentaries. Edinburgh, 1792. Volume 7, pp. 458-465.
- History of three cases of erythema mercuriale.
Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, 1805; I.
- Case of conversion of the substance of the heart, accompanied by the production of a sac at the mouth of the aorta.
Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, 1816; XII.
- C. E. Lea:
Dr. Thomas Spens, the first describer of the Stokes-Adams syndrome.
Edinburgh Medical Journal, n.s. 1914; 13: 51-55.
- T. G. Dickson:
The identity of Dr. Thomas Spens. Lancet, 1913; 2: 1357.