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Austin Flint - bibliography

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Biography

American physician, born October 20, 1812, Petersham, Massachusets; died March 13, 1886, Brooklyn, New York.

Bibliography

  • Prize Essay. On the variations of pitch in percussion and respiratory sounds. etc. Buffalo, 1852.
  • Clinical reports on chronic pleurisy, etc. Buffalo, 1853.
  • Clinical report on dysentery, etc. Buffalo, 1853.
  • Physical exploration and diagnosis of diseases affecting the respiratory organs. Philadelphia, 1856.
  • On cardiac murmurs.
    American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Philadelphia, 1862, 44: 29-54.
    Reprinted in Medical Classics, 1940, 4: 864-900.
  • Compendium of percussion and auscultation etc. New York. 4th edition, 1869.
  • Clinical report on hydro-peritoneum based on an analysis of forty-six cases.
    The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Hagerstown, Maryland, 1863, 45: 306-339. Heyd's syndrome.
  • Contributions relating to the causation and prevention of diseases, and to camp-diseases; etc. New York, 1867.
  • A practical treatise on the diagnosis, pathology, and treatment of diseases of the heart. Philadelphia, 1859.
  • A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Medicine. 1866.
  • Contributions relating to the causation and prevention of diseases, and to camp-diseases; etc.
    New York, 1867. Written on assignment of the U. S. Sanitary Commission.
  • Essays on conservative medicine and kindred topics.
    Philadelphia, 1874.
  • Phthisis; its morbid anatomy, etiology, etc.
  • Clinical medicine; a systematic treatise on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
    Philadelphia, 1879.
  • Medical ethics and etiquette. The code of ethics adopted by the Am. Med. Assoc. New York, 1883.
  • The mitral cardiac murmurs.
    American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Philadelphia, 1886, 91: 27-44.
We thank Patrick Jucker-Kupper, Switzerland, for information submitted.

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