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Helen Brooke Taussig - bibliography

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Biography

American paediatric cardiologist, born 1898, Cambridge, Massachusetts; died May 20, 1986, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.

Bibliography

  • H. B. Taussig:
    Congenital malformations of the heart.
    2 volumes. New York, Commonwealth Fund, 1947. Revised edition, 1960-1961.
  • R. W. Baer, H. B. Taussig, E. H. Oppenheimer:
    Congenital aneurysmal dilatation of the aorta associated with arachnodactyly.
    Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1943, 72: 309-331.
  • H. B. Taussig:
    Pediatric Profile. Edwards A. Park, 1878-1969.
    The Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1979, 77 (October): 722-731.
  • A. McGehee Harvey:
    The First Full-time Academic Department of Pediatrics: The Story of the Harriet Lane Home.
    Johns Hopkins Medical Journal, 1975, 137 (July): 27-47.
  • W. P. Harvey:
    Dr. Helen B. Taussig, the Tetralogy of Fallot, and the Growth of Pediatric Cardiac Services in the United States.
    Johns Hopkins Medical Journal, 1977, 140 (April): 147-150.
  • M. A. Engle:
    Helen Brooke Taussig.
    Johns Hopkins Medical Journal, 1977, 140 (April): 137-141.
  • M. A. Engle:
    Dr. Helen B. Taussig, the Tetralogy of Fallot, and the Growth of Pediatric Cardiac Services in the United States.
    Johns Hopkins Medical Journal, 1977, 140 (April): 147-150.
  • W. P. Harvey:
    A conversation with Helen Taussig.
    Medical Times, New York, 1978, 106 (November): 28-44.
  • M. A. Engle:
    Biographies of Great American Pediatricians: Helen Brooke Taussig: The Mother of Pediatric Cardiology.
    Pediatric Annals, New York, 1982, 11 (July): 629-631.
  • Joyce Baldwin:
    To Heal the Heart of a Child: Helen Taussig, M. D.
    New York: Walker and Company, 1992.

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