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Maude Elizabeth Seymour Abbott - bibliography

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Biography

Canadian pathologist and bacteriologist, born March 18, 1869, St. Andrews East, Quebec; died 1940.

Bibliography

  • A historical sketch of the medical faculty of McGill University.
    Montreal, 1902.
  • Congenital cardiac disease.
    In William Osler and Thomas McCrae, editors: Modern medicine: Its Theory and Practice, in Original Contributions by American and Foreign Authors.
    Philadelphia and New York: Lea & Febiger, 1907-1910.
    Rikitansky-Maud Abbott syndrome.
  • Atlas of Congenital Heart Disease.
    New York, American Heart Association, 1936. Reprinted 1954.
    This classic work lists a classification of cardiac disease based on 1000 cases.

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