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Alexander Johnston Chalmers Skene - bibliography

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Biography

American gynaecologist, born June 17, 1838, Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland; died June 4, 1900, Highmount, Castkill-Mountain.

Bibliography

  • on of Sir James Simpson’s uterine sound.
    Medical Record, New York, 1869.
    This probably refers to the Scottish obstetrician Sir James Young Simpson, 1811–1870.
  • Prolapsus uteru with an illustration of his surgical treatment. Medical Record, New York, 1871.
  • Sclerosis uteri, one of the sequel of puerperal matritis. Medical Record, New York, 1872.
  • Drainage through the cul de sac of Douglas after ovariotomy. Medical Record, New York, 1874.
    Referring to the Scottish physician and anatomist James Douglas (1675-1742).
  • Urocystic and urethral diseases of women. Medical Record, New York, 1875.
  • The treatment of abortion. Medical Record, New York, 1875.
  • The treatment of the cervix preparatory to the operation for repairing a laceration.
    American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, New York, 1878.
  • Endoscope for the female urethra and bladder.
    American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, New York, 1878.
  • Prolapse of the ovaries.
    American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, New York, 1879.
  • The anatomy and pathology of two important glands of the female urethra.
    American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, New York, 1880.
  • The relation of the ovaries to the brain and nervous system.
    American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, New York, 1881; IV.
  • The pathology of endometritis, subinvolution and sclerosis and sclerosis uteri.
    Michigan University Medical Journal, Ann Arbor.
  • Diagnosis and symptomatology of corporeal endometritis.
    Medical Record, New York.
  • Deranged menstruation from imperfect development of the reproductive organs and diseases of the general system. Medical Record, New York.
  • Deformity of the uterus.
    American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, New York.
  • The pathology and treatment of bronchitis. Medical Record, New York.
  • Cases of thoracic diseases showing extensive pulmonary lesions attended with but little constitutional derangement. Medical and Surgical Reporter.
  • Feigned diseases and its diagnosis as occurring in military practice.
    American Medical Times, New York.
  • A new needle for introducing the sutures in rupture of the perineum.
  • Craniotomy performed through Sim’s speculum.
    Referring to the duck-billed double vaginal speculum named for the American gynaecologist James Marion Sims (1813-1883).
  • Gastro-elytrotomy successfully performed.
    American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, New York.
  • Ciatrices of cervix and vagina.
    Transactions of the American Gynecological Society, Boston.
  • Areolar hyperplasia and sclerosis uteri. Obstetr. Journal.
    Kan være: Obstetrical Journal of Great Britain and Ireland (1873-1880)
  • Inhalations of lime-water in croup. Medical and Surgical Reporter.
  • Education and culture as related to the health and diseases of women. Detroit, 1869. Obituary in American Journal of Obstetrics, New York, 1913, 67: 966.
    Album Am Gyn Soc Phila., 1918, page 446.

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