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Canadian pathologist, born April 18, 1874, Dunnville, Ontario; died February 3, 1944.

Bibliography

  • On the anatomy of two distome parasites of fresh water fish.
    Veterinary Magazine, 1895, II, Nr. 7.
  • On the pathology of haematozoan infections in birds.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Baltimore, 1895, 7: 51.
  • On the haematozoan infections of birds.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1897, 8: 235.
    Also: Centralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde und Infektionskrankheiten. Erster Abteilung. 1897: 22: 440.
    Discussion: The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1898, 9: 18.
  • On the flagellated form of the malarial parasite.
    The Lancet, London : 1898, 2: 1240.
  • Notes on the pathological changes in the organs of birds infected with haemocytozoa.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, New York, 1898 (3): 104-136.
  • On the haematozoan infections of birds.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1899, 3: 117.
  • Pneumaturia. With Howard Atwood Kelly, 1858-1943.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1899, 31: 375-381.
  • On a hitherto undescribed peptonising diplococcus causing acute ulcerative endocarditis. With T. W. Hastings.
    The The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1899, 10: 46.
  • A case of acute endocarditis caused by micrococcus zymogenes (nov. spec), with a description of the organism.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1899, 4: 521.
  • Book Review: Foundations of Zoology. By William Keith Brooks.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1899 (1): 118.
  • On the species of clinostomum heterostomum.
    Journal of Morphology, Philadelphia, 1899, 15: 697.
  • Congenital malformations of the heart as illustrated by the specimens in the pathological museum of the Johns Hopkins Hospital.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1900, 11, 69-71.
  • Pulmonary tuberculosis, with diffuse pneumonic consolidation, in a lion.
    With A. Clement. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1900, 11: 85-86.
  • On the intravascular growth of certain endotheliomata.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, Baltimore, 1900, 11: 497-510.
    (Contributions to the Science of Medicine by the Students of W. H. Welch).
  • Pendulous tubercles in the peritoneum.
    With S. S. Buckley. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1901, 12: 126.
  • Acute epizootic leucoencephalitis in horses.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1901, 6: 65.
  • A case of multiple myeloma.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1901, 6: 53.
  • On the life history of actinomyces asteroides. Centralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde und Infektionskrankheiten, 1902, 31: 529-547.
  • Beitrag zur pathologischen Anatomie des Lungenrotzes. Beiträge zur Pathologischen Anatomie und zur Allgemeinen Pathologie, Jena, 1902, 31: 440.
  • Die Beziehung der Lymphgefasse zum Bindegewebe.
    Archiv fur Anatomie und Entwickelungsgeschichte, 1902., 273-291.
  • Heronimus chelydrae (Monostome from Chelydra). Centralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Parasitenkunde und Infektionskrankheiten, 1902, 32: 632.
  • Regenerative changes in the liver after acute yellow atrophy.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 1902, 10: 375.
  • The relations between the lymphatics and the connective tissue.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin 1903, 14: 1-9.
  • On the transportation of cellular emboli through the thoracic duct into the lungs. American Medicine, Philadelphia, 1903, 5: 452.
  • Lungeninfarkt nach Embolie auf dem Wege des Ductus thoracicus bei Typhus abdominalis.
    Verhandlungen der Deutschen pathologischen Gesellschaft, Jena, 1903, 6: 105.
  • On the mechanism of absorption of granular materials from the peritoneum.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1903, 14: 105-115.
  • Gummata of liver. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1903, 14: 88.
  • Thoracic aneurysm. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1903, 14: 88.
  • On the relation of the lymphatics to the peritoneal cavity in the diaphragm and the mechanism of absorption of granular materials from the peritoneum.
    Anatomischer Anzeiger, Jena, 1903, 23: 157-159.
  • On the production of specific cytolytic sera for thyroid and parathyroid with observations on the physiology and pathology of the parathyroid gland, especially in its relation to exophthalmic goitre.
    Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, Philadelphia, 1903, 18: 35-53.
    Also: The Medical News, 1905, 83: 820-828.
  • Diseases due to organic insufficiency.
    Canada Lancet, Toronto, 1903/1904, 37: 495-505.
    Also: Gaillard's Medical Journal, New York, 1904, 80: 75-80.
  • Exophthalmic Goitre.
    Wood's Reference Handbook of Medical Science. 1904.
  • On the pathogenesis of chronic gastric ulcer.
    American Medicine, 1904, 8: 452-455.
  • Regenerative changes in cirrhosis of the liver.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, XLIII, 649-654.
  • Echinostomum garzettae.
    Zoologische Jahrbücher. Abtheilung fiir Systematik, 1904, 20: 54I.
  • On the mechanism of exopthalmos. With W. B. Cornell.
    The Medical News, New York, 1904, 85: 732-736. Also: Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, Philadelphia, 1904, 19: 56-63.
  • The pathological anatomy of meningitis due to bacillus typhosus.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 1904, 12: 411.
  • Role of the Lymphocyte in Typhoid Fever. British Medical Journal, 1904: 595.
  • Dysentery, perforation of the intestine, and abscess which ruptured into the bladder. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1905, 16: 112.
  • Tumor of the parathyroid gland.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1905, 16: 87-89.
  • Embolic occlusion of the coronary artery of the heart.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1905, 16 (3).
  • Further notes on the function of the parathyroid glands.
    With C. F. Davidson. The Medical News, 1905, 86: 625-633.
  • The pathology of tetany. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1905, 16: 148.
  • Parathyroid therapy and the relation of the parathyroid gland to exophthalmic goitre. American Medicine, 1905, 9: 934.
  • Die Beziehung der Parathyroiddriisen zu Tetanie. Centralblatt fur allgemeine Pathologie und pathologische Anatomie, Jena, 1905, 16: 385-387.
  • Marcello Malpighi. Biography.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1905, 16: 275-284.
  • The pathological anatomy of exophthalmic goitre.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin,1905, 16: 287.
  • On two new Amphistome parasites of Sumatran fishes.
    Zoologische Jahrbücher. Abtheilung fiir Systematik, 1905, 22: 667.
  • Tropische Leberkrankheiten.
    Handbuch der Tropenkrankheiten (Mense), 1905, 3: 22.
  • On a course on the pathological physiology of the circulation. (Abstract).
    American Medicine, 1906, n.s, I: 34.
  • On the teaching of pathological physiology.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1906, 17: 251.
  • On the blood-pressure relations in mitral insufficiency and stenosis.
    With R. D. McClure. American Medicine, 1906, n.s, I: 35.
  • Phlegmonous enteritis.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1906, 17: 252-258.
  • On the mechanical effects of experimental mitral stenosis and insufficiency.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1906, 17: 260-265.
  • Multiple cavernous haemangiomata of the intestine.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1906, 17: 258.
  • Article "Pathology." Encyclopaedia Americana. 1906.
  • The surgical relations of the parathyroid glands.
    British Medical Journal, 1906, II: 1282-1286.
  • Cirrhotic changes in the liver following a single injury.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1906, 47: 984.
  • On the mechanical effects of experimental mitral stenosis and insufficiency.
    With R. D. McClure.
    Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, 1906, 121: 5-19.
  • Experimental studies of cardiac murmurs.
    With William Sydney Thayer (1864-1932.
    Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, 1907, 21: 52-62.
    Also: The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1907, 133: 249-256.
  • Hypertrophy of the islands of Langerhans in diabetes mellitus.
    The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1907, 133: 432-440.
  • The topography of the parathyroids.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1907, 18: 139.
  • On the teaching of pathological physiology, II.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1907, 18: 327.
  • On the pathological anatomy of lymphosarcoma and its status with relation to Hodgkin's disease.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1907, 18: 337-341.
  • The pathology of exophthalmic goitre. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1907, 49: 1158-1162. Discussion, 1243.
  • On-the anatomy of a myxoedematous idiot. With Marshall Fabyan.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1907, 18: 341-345.
  • Tetany after parathyroidectomy in herbivora.
    With H. S. Thomson and John Benjamin Murphy (1857-1916).
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1907, 18: 333-335.
  • A case of intraocular tuberculosis which closely simulated glioma of the retina. With Samuel Theobald, 1846-1930.
    The Ophthalmic Record, Chicago, October 1907.
  • On the pathological anatomy of multiple lymphosarcoma and its status with relation to Hodgkin's disease.
    Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, 1907, 22: 350.
  • The pathology of tuberculosis.
    Osier's Modern Medicine, Philadelphia and New York, 1907, 3: 200-247.
  • On the teaching of pathological physiology, III.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1908, 19: 215.
  • Rupture of the wall of the heart and consequent haemopericardium.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1908, 19: 50.
  • On the relation of the parathyroid to calcium metabolism and the nature of tetany. With Carl Voegtlin, 1879-1960.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1908, 19: 91-92.
  • Ueber die Beziehung der Parathyreoidea zum Calciumstoffwechsel und über die Natur der Tetanie. With Carl Voegtlin, 1879-1960.
    Centralblatt für die Grenzgebiete der Medizin und Chirurgie, 1908, 11: 209-211.
  • The physiology and pathology of the parathyroid glands.
    Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia, 1908, 11: 115-128.
  • On the relation of calcium metabolism to tetany and the cure of tetany by administration of calcium.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1908, 5: 84.
  • The School of Montpellier.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1908, 19: 296-301.
  • Right meso-jejunal hernia. With R. T. Miller, Jr.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1908, 19: 219-221.
  • On the relation of the parathyroid gland to calcium metabolism and to tetany.
    With Carl Voegtlin, 1879-1960.
    Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, 1908, 23: 416.
  • On the relation of tetany to the parathyroid glands and to calcium metabolism. With Carl Voegtlin, 1879-1960.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, New York, 1909: 11: 118.
  • Absorption from the peritoneal cavity.
    International Clinics, 1909, 19, 10 (1): 182-197.
  • On the relation of the islands of Langerhans to glycosuria.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1909, 20: 265-268. Also: American Journal of Dermatology and Genito-urinary Diseases, St. Louis, 1909, 13: 519-523.
  • Fever. Harvey Lecture, 1908-09. Philadelphia and London, 1910: 27-68.
  • Inflammation in tissues separated from connection with the central nervous system.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1909, 7: 180.
  • Adenomyoma of the Fallopian tube.
    Proceedings of the New York Pathological Society, 1910-1911.
  • The future of medicine.
    The Columbia University Quarterly, 1910, 11 (2): 46.
  • The internal secretion of the pancreas.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1910, 56: 655-658.
  • Rickets.
    Proceedings of the New York Pathological Society, 1910-1911, n.s. 10: 170-174.
  • On the influence of various salts upon tetany following parathyroidectomy.
    The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Baltimore, 1911, 2: 421-454.
  • The changes in the circulation in aortic insufficiency.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1911, 22: 197-209. ¨
    Also: Transactions of the Association of American Physicians 1911: 26: 327-352.
  • The seat of action in tetany after parathyroidectomy.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1911, 9: 23.
  • Carcinoma of the stomach with curious metastases in the lungs.
    Proceedings of the New York Pathological Society, 1911-12, ns.11: 91.
  • The function of the parathyroid glands. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1912, 59: 319-322. Discussion 327-329.
  • Experimentelle Tetaniestudien.
    Verhandlungen der Deutschen pathologischen Gesellschaft, 1912, 15: 266.
  • On the structure of Taenia gigantea (Peters).
    With George Alexander MacCallum, 1843-1936.
    Zoologische Jahrbücher, 1912: 32: 27.
  • Anomaly of the inferior vena cava with thrombosis.
    Proceedings of the New York Pathological Society, n.s. 12: XII, 182-186.
  • Die Nebenschilddriisen.
    Ergebnisse der Inneren medizin und Kinderheilkunde, Berlin, 11: 569-610.
  • On Aspigaster ringens (Linton) and A. Kemostoma n. sp.
    With George Alexander MacCallum.
    Zoologische Jahrbücher. Abtheilung fiir Systematik, 1913, 34. 24 pages.
  • The attitude of undertakers toward the performance of autopsies.
    Proceedings of the New York Pathological Society, 1913-14, 13: 104-106.
  • Four species of Microcotyle, M. pyragraphorus, macroura, eueides and acanthophallus. Zoologische Jahrbücher. Abtheilung fiir Systematik, 1913, 34: 223.
  • Ueber die Uebererregbarkeit der Nerven bei Tetanie.
    Mitteilungen aus den Grenzgebeiten der Medizin und Chirurgie, 1913, 25: 941.
  • The pathology of tuberculosis.
    Osier's Modern Medicine, 1907, Volume 3: 200.
  • Further experimental studies in tetany. With Karl M. Vogel.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1913, 18: 618-650.
  • The mechanism of the circulatory failure in diphtheria.
    The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 1914, 147: 37-44.
  • Modification of the Abel vividiffusion apparatus. With R. A. Lambert.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1913-1914, 11; 78-80.
  • The parathyroids.
    The Louisville Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, 1913-1914, 20: 313.
    Also: Post-Graduate, N. Y., 1914, 29: 91.
  • Four cases of Chondrodystrophia foetalis.
    Proceedings of the New York Pathological Society, 1914-15, n.s., 14; 139-141.
  • Experimental studies in tetany.
    Transactions of the International Congress on Medicine, 1913, London 1914, Section 3, General Pathology and Pathological Anatomy, 1914, part 2: 135-137.
  • The removal of calcium from the blood by dialysis in the study of tetany.
    With R. A. Lambert and Karl M. Vogel.
    The Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1914, 20: 149.
  • The parathyroid gland; a brief digest of the literature of 1912-13.
    American Medicine, 1914, n.s. 9: 244-248.
  • Aortic aneurysm perforating superior vena cava.
    Proceedings of the New York Pathological Society, 1915, new series 15: 27-29.
  • Extra-medullary myeloid changes in organs.
    Proceedings of the New York Pathological Society, 1915, new series 15: 109.
  • Chondrodystrophia foetalis; notes on the pathological changes in four cases. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1915, 26: 182-185.
  • Leprosy.
    Proceedings of the New York Pathological Society, 1916, 16: 185.
  • The family Koellikersidae.
    Zoologische Jahrbücher. Abtheilung fiir Systematik, 1916, 39: 142.
  • A Textbook of Pathology. W. B. Saunders Co., Philadelphia, 1916.
    Second Edition, 1920; Third Edition 1924; Fourth Edition 1928; Fifth Edition, 1932.

  • An apparatus for the study of the dissociation of oxyhemoglobin.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1917, 69: 523.
  • Pathology of the epidemic streptococcal bronchopneumonia in the Army camps. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1918, 71: 704-710.
  • Pneumonia at a base hospital. With Rufus Ivory Cole, 1872-1952.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1918, 70: 1145.
    Also: Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, 1918, 33: 229-260.
  • Etiology and clinical features of the pneumonia occurring in the hospital; together with notes concerning the place and mode of infection in the case of postmeasles bronchopneumonia.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1918, 70: 1147-1156.
  • Special autopsy methods. Issued from the Surgeon General's Office for the use of Army Officers, April 13th, 1918.
  • On the anatomy of Ozobronchus branchiatus (Menzies).
    Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 1918, 38: 395-4o8.
  • Pathological studies in the recent epidemics of pneumonia.
    Transactions of the Southern Surgical Association, Philadelphia, 1918/1919, 31: 180-192.
  • The pathology of the streptococcal pneumonias of the Army camps.
    The Medical Clinics of North America, Philadelphia, 1918/1919, 2: 379-391.
  • Malaria in the Federated Malay States; a correction.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1919, 30: 115.
  • Pathology of epidemic pneumonia in camps and cantonments in 1918.
    The Medical Record, New York, 1919, 95: 776-784.
  • A stain for influenza bacilli in tissues; a combination of Goodpasture's and Weigert's stains. The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1919, 72: 193.
  • Pathology of the pneumonia following influenza.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1919, 72: 720-723.
  • The pathology of the pneumonia in the U. S. Army camps during the winter of 1917-18.
    Monograph No. 10, Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research.
  • Osier as a pathologist.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1919, 30: 272.
  • In memoriam. Admont Halsey Clark.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1919,30: 272.
  • The effect of pyloric obstruction in relation to gastric tetany.
    With Joseph Lintz, H. N. Vermilye, T. H. Leggett and E. Boas.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1920, 31: 1.
  • A student's impression of Osier. The Osier Memorial Number of the Canadian Medical Association Journal, July, 1920.
  • Introduction.
    Publications of Crocker Fund for the Study of Cancer. Columbia University, 1920.
  • Pathology of pneumonias following epidemic influenza. Monograph.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Reports, 1921, 20: 2.
  • Epidemic of Alastrim in Jamaica. With L. M. Moody.
    The American Journal of Hygiene, Baltimore, 1921, 1: 388.
  • Inflammation. Beaumont Foundation; Annual Lecture Course 1, 1922.
    Wayne County Medical Society, Detroit, Michigan.
  • Differential Centrifugalization. With Ella H. Oppenheimer, 1897-1981.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1922, 78, 410.
  • Arteriosclerosis. Physiological Reviews, Washington, 1922, 2, No. 1.
  • On the pathogenesis of tetany. Medicine, Baltimore, 1924, 3, No. 2.
  • A new microtome.
    Bulletin No. 10, International Association of Medical Museums, 1924.
  • Rheumatic lesions of the left auricle of the heart.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1924, 35: 329.
  • The place of pathology in the medical sciences.
    Southern Medical Journal, Birmingham, Alabama, 1924, 17 (11): 823.
  • The pathological laboratory of the Johns Hopkins University and Hospital.
    Methods and Problems of Medical Education. Third Series. N. Y., The Rockefeller Foundation. 1925.
  • Rheumatism. The Harrington Lecture, 1925, University of Buffalo.
  • Present knowledge of Filterable Viruses. Medicine, 1926, 5: 59.
  • Acute diffuse scleroderma.
    Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, 1926, 41: 190.
  • Memorial Meeting for Dr. John Howland.
    Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1927, 41: 311.
  • On photographing Gross Pathological Specimens.
    Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1929, 44: 207.
  • Mycotic Aneurysms.
    Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, 1929, 51: 6.
  • Carcinoma of the lung.
    Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, 1930, 55: 77.
  • William Stewart Halsted. Der Chirurg, 1931, 3, Heft. 13.
  • Obliterative pulmonary arteriolosclerosis.
    Bulletin of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1931, 49: 37.
  • Historical Essays in the Course in Pathology at the Johns Hopkins University. Methods and Problems of Medical Education. 20th Series. The Rockefeller Foundation, N. Y. 1932.
  • The typical position of myocardial scars following coronao' obstruction.
    With J. Spottiswood Taylor. Bulletin of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1932, 49: 356.
  • Arteriosclerosis: Acute and chronic infections as etiological factors.
    Chapter 12, Arteriosclerosis, The Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation. 1933.
  • William Thomas Councilman.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1933, 53, No. 4.
  • Glomerular changes in Nephritis.
    Southern Medical Journal, 1934, 27, No. I.
  • Glomerular changes in Nephritis.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1934, 15: 416.
  • Dr. Welch. Washington Post, May 6th, 1934.
  • William Henry Welch.
    The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, London, 1934, 39: 537.
  • William Henry Welch. Archives of Pathology, 1934, 17: 829.
  • Dr. Welch. The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1934, 54: 383.
  • Relation of the Cushing syndrome to the pars intermedia of the hypophysis.
    With T. B. Futcher, G. Lyman Duff and Read Ellsworth.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1935, 56: 350.
  • Biographical Memoir of William Stewart Halstead.
    National Academy of Sciences. Biographical Memoirs, 1936, 17: seventh memoir.
  • William Henry Welch. Diet. American Biography, 1936.
  • W7illiam Wickham Welch. Diet. American Biography.
  • Pathological Physiology of the Prostate.
    Physiological Reviews, Bethesda, 1937, 17, No. 1.
  • Text Book of Pathology. Seventh Edition. Saunders Co, May, 1940.
    The Medical Record, New York, 1940, 152: 114.
  • Viruses and their part in disease. Science, Washington, 1940, 91: 608.
  • Early days of Johns Hopkins Historical Club.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1941, 10: 513-519.
  • Adamantinoma of hypophyseal duct.
    Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, Baltimore, 1942, 8: 798-804.
  • Suprasellar tumors related to pars intermedia of hypophysis.
    Archives of Pathology, Chicago, 1942, 34: 13-17. Reviews
  • Langehans: Microscopical Anatomy of Pancreas.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1938, 62: 87.
  • Ivar Sandstron: A New Gland in Man and Mammals (Glandular parathyroidae). The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1938, 63: 125.
  • Van Dyke: Physiology and Pharmacology of the Pituitary.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1939, 65: 425.
  • Carlos Finley and Yellow Fever.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1940, 67: 468.
  • Cushing: Medical Career.
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, 1940, 61: 334. Biographical:
  • W. T. Longcope:
    Biographical Memoir of William George MacCallum.
    Presented to the Academy at the Autumn Meeting, 1944. National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Biographical memoirs, Volume 23 – Thirteenth Memoir.
  • Simon Flexner /1863-1946):
    William George MacCallum. Science, April 14, 1944: 99 (2572): 290-291
  • W. D. Forbus:
    William George MacCallum 1874-1944.
    The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology, 1944, 56: 603-607.
  • J. A. Kahn:
    William George MacCallum.
    Dictionary of American Biography. Supplement 3 (1941-1945).
  • Arnold Rice Rich:
    Dr. William George MacCallum, 1874-1944.
    Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1944, 75: 73-80.
  • Arnold Rice Rich:
    Dr. William George MacCallum.
    Canadian Medical Association Journal, December 1944, 51 (6): 570-573.
  • W. T. Longcope:
    William George MacCallum, 1874-1944.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1945, 18: 207-212.
  • L. G. Wilson:
    Internal Secretions in Disease: The Historical Relations of Clinical Medicine and Scientific Physiology.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1984, 39: 263-302.
  • M. Harvey:
    Medical Students on the March: Brown, MacCallum and Opie.
    The Johns Hopkins Medical Journal, Baltimore, 1974, 134: 330-345.
  • S. Jarcho:
    William G. MacCallum on the Teaching of Pathologic Physiology (1906).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, 1974, 34: 577-579.
  • S. Jarcho:
    Experimental Production of Cardiac Murmurs (Thayer and MacCallum, 1907.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, New York, 1974, 34: 834-837.
  • M. Harvey:
    Medical students on the march: Brown, MacCallum, and Opie.
    The Johns Hopkins Medical Journal, Baltimore. Supplement, 1976: 18-31.
  • E. Chernin:
    The flagellum as gamete: MacCallum and the hidden link in malaria.
    Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, London, 1984, 78 (6): 801-805.
  • H. M. Malkin:
    History of pathology. William G. MacCallum (1874-1944).
    Annals of diagnostic pathology, Philadelphia, 1999, 3 (5): 328-329.

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