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Thomas Stephen Cullen - bibliography

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Canadian-American gynaecologist, born November 20, 1868, Bridgewater, Ontario; died 1953.


  • Cancer of the uterus. New York, 1900.
  • Adenomyoma des Uterus. Berlin, 1903.
  • Adenomyoma of the uterus. Philadelphia and London, 1908.
  • Myomata of the uterus.
    With Howard Atwood Kelly. Philadelphia, 1909.
  • Embryology, anatomy, and diseases of the umbilicus together with diseases of the urachus.
    Philadelphia, Saunders, and London, 1916. Cullen’s sign.
  • Henry Mills Hurd. Baltimore, 1920.
    (Henry Mills Hurd, 1843-1927, professor of psychiatry at Johns Hopkins University).
  • Early medicine in Maryland. Baltimore, 1927.
  • Max Broedel, 1870-1941: Director of the First Department of Art as Applied to Medicine in the World.
    Bulletin of the Medical Library Association, 1945, 33: 5-29.
  • George Washington Corner:
    Thomas Stephen Cullen.
    Dictionary of American Biography, Supplement 5 (1951-1955).

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