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Sir George Frederick Still - bibliography

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English paediatrician, born February 27, 1868, Highbury, London; died 1941.


  • A special form of joint disease met with in children.
    Doctoral dissertation, Cambridge: 1895.
  • On a form of chronic joint disease in children.
    Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London, 1897, 80: 47-59.
    Still’s disease or syndrome.
  • Rheumatoid arthritis in children.
    In: Allbutt’s System of Medicine. Volume III. London, MacMillan, 1897: 102-107.
  • Arthritis in childhood, its varieties.
    The Clinical Journal, 1898, II: 388-393.
  • Reports of the Dept. for Diseases of Children.
    King’s College Hospital Gazette, London, 1903, 8: 361-376.
  • Common Disorders and Diseases in Childhood.
    London, Frowde, 1909; 5th edition, 1927.
  • The Lumleian lectures on coeliac disease.
    Lancet, London, 1918, ii: 163-166, 193-197, 227-227.
  • Some 17th century writings on diseases of children.
    Osler birthday volumes, 1919.
  • Congenital hypertrophy of the pylorus.
    British Medical Journal, London, 1923, i: 579-581.
  • Place in family as a factor in disease.
    Lancet, 1927, ii: 795-800, 853-858.
  • A History of Paediatrics. The progress of the study of diseases of children up to the end of the XVIIIth century.
    London, Oxford University Press, Milford, 1931.
    Reprinted Folkstone, 1965.
  • Common Happenings in Childhood. London, Milford, 1938.
  • Childhood and other poems. London, John Murray, 1941.
  • Taxation of cod liver oil. Lancet, London, 1932, ii: 919. Obituary in British Medical Journal, 1941, ii: 56-57.
  • J. F. Goodhart:
    The Diseases of Children. London, Churchill, 1885.
  • R. Collis:
    The silver fleece. London, Nelson, 1936.
  • W. Franklin:
    A handlist of the writings of George Frederick Still.
    Archives of Disease in Childhood, London, 1941, 16: 154-155.
  • H. Cameron:
    History of the British Paediatric Association 1928-1952.
    London, Great Ormond Street Hospital, 1955.
  • W. Sheldon:
    George Frederick Still (1868-1941).
    In: B. S. Veeder, editor, Pediatric Profiles. St. Louis, Mosby, 1957: 126-130.
  • T. T. Higgins:
    Great Ormond Street, 1852-1952.
    London, Great Ormond Street Hospital, 1957.
  • Eric G. L. Bywaters:
    The history of pediatric rheumatology.
    Arthritis and Rheumatism, Atlanta, Georgia, 1977, 20(suppl.): 145-152,.
  • E. B. D. Hamilton:
    George Frederick Still. Rheumatology Review, 1992, 1: 169-171.
  • L. Newbury:
    George Frederick Still: The First English Paediatrician.
    Dissertation for a Thesis, University of London, 1992.
  • Eric G. L. Bywaters:
    George Frederick Still (1868-1941): his life and work.
    Journal of Medical Biography, 1994, 2: 125-131.

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