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American gynaecologist, born May 20, 1881, Portage, Wisconsin; died 1955.

Bibliography

  • H. Curtis and H. F. Helmholz:
    A study of the anterior horn cells of an Amelus and their relation to the development of the extremities.
    Transactions. Chicago Pathological Society, Chicago, 1909/1911, 8: 127-132
  • H. Curtis and V. C. David:
    Transfusion of blood by a new method, allowing accurate measurement; preliminary report.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1911, 56: 35
  • H. Curtis and V. C. David:
    The transfusion of blood; further notes on a new method.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1911, 57: 1453.
  • G. F. Dick and A. H. Curtis;
    Concerning the function of the corpus luteum and some allied problems.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Chicago, 1912, 15: 588-593.
  • V. C. David and A. H. Curtis:
    Experiments in the treatment of acute anæmia by blood transfusion and by intravenous saline infusion.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Chicago, 1912, 15: 476-480.
  • H. Curtis:
    A motile curved anaerobic bacillus in uterine discharges.
    The Journal of Infectious Diseases, Chicago, 1913, 12: 165-169.
  • H. Curtis:
    On the pathology and treatment of chronic leucorrhoea; a study of the causes of purulent vaginal discharges and the results of various kinds of treatment.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1914, 19: 25-30.
  • H. Curtis:
    On the etiology and bacteriology of leucorrhoea.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1914; 18: 299-306.
  • H. Curtis:
    Experiments in the production of abortion and labor by use of placental extracts.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1915, 20: 292-294.
  • H. Curtis:
    Laboratory diagnosis of chronic infections of the urinary tract in women.
    The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, New York, 1915; 72: 493-495.
  • H. Curtis:
    Le traitement de la leucorrhée vaginale.
    Annales de gynécologie et d'obstétrique, 1915, 11: 513.
  • H. Curtis:
    The treatment of hemorrhage by injection of blood.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1915, 64: 332-333.
  • H. Curtis:
    Stasis of vesical urine, in relation to urinary tract infections.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1916, 66: 1456-1457.
  • H. Curtis:
    Streptococcus infection as a cause of spontaneous abortion.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1916, 67: 1739-1741.
  • H. Curtis:
    Some factors in the diagnosis of kidney and bladder infections.
    The Urologic and Cutaneous Review, 1916, 20: 247.
  • H. Curtis:
    The etiology of fibromyoma of the uterus.
    The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1916, 19: 712-717.
  • H. Curtis:
    A point in the differential diagnosis of pyuria together with remarks on lavage of the kidney pelvis. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1917, 24: 84
  • H. Curtis:
    Remarks on salpingitis. The Surgical Clinics of Chicago, 1917, 1: 621-625.
  • H. Curtis:
    Remarks on leucorrhea. The Surgical Clinics of Chicago, 1917, 1: 777-786.
  • H. Curtis:
    The bladder of women after operation; a consideration of postoperative bladder disturbance, with special regard to treatment, based upon a study of this subject in the care of 465 cases operated within the last 18 months.
    Transactions of the American Gynecological Society, 1918, 43: 63-75.
  • H. Curtis:
    Coindicent intra-uterine and ruptured tubal pregnancy.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1918; 27: 232.
  • H. Curtis:
    Interstitial pregnancy: Adenomyoma of the recto-vaginal septum.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1918, 27: 551-553.
  • H. Curtis:
    A combined bacteriological and histological study of the endometrium in health and in disease.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1918, 26: 178-188. [Discussion], 241-243.
  • H. Curtis:
    The bladder of women after operation; a consideration of postoperative bladder disturbances, with special regard to treatment, based upon a study of this subject in the care of 465 cases operated within the last eighteen months.
    The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, 1918, 78: 230-237.
  • H. Curtis:
    Coincident carcinoma of the cervix and pregnancy.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1918, 27: 232.
  • H. Curtis:
    Interstitial pregnancy; adenomyoma of the rectovaginal septum.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1918, 26: 551-553.
  • H. Curtis:
    A study of bladder function.
    Transactions of the American Gynecological Society, 1919, 44: 85-90.
  • H. Curtis:
    Anuria following blood transfusion.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1920, 30: 627
  • H. Curtis:
    Chronic leukorrhea: its pathology and treatment.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association 1920, 74: 1706-1711.
  • H. Curtis:
    Radium treatment in gynecology.
    Wisconsin Medical Journal, Madison, 1920/1921, 19: 172-174.
  • H. Curtis:
    Magnesium sulphate solution as an aid in anesthesia.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1921, 77: 1492.
  • H. Curtis:
    Bacteriology and pathology of Fallopian tubes removed at operation.
    Transactions of the American Gynecological Society, 1921, 46: 242-258.
  • H. Curtis:
    Special features of radium therapy in gynecology.
    Wisconsin Medical Journal, 1922/1923, 21: 498.
  • H. Curtis:
    Management of the female urinary bladder after operation and during pregnancy; a further study of residual urine in its bearing on urinary tract disturbances.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1923, 80: 1261-1269.
  • H. Curtis:
    Salient points in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer of the uterus.
    The Illinois Medical Journal, Chicago, 1923, 43: 323-324.
  • H. Curtis:
    Problems concerning infections of cervix, body of uterus, and fallopian tubes.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1923, 80: 161-162.
  • H. Curtis:
    Diagnosis and relief of sterility; a new procedure.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1923, 80: 393.
  • H. Curtis:
    Chronic leucorrhea.
    American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, St.Louis, 23; 6: 634-636.
  • H. Curtis:
    The pathology and treatment of chronic leucorrhoea; a further clinical and laboratory study on this subject.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1923, 37: 657-660.
  • H. Curtis:
    Progress in the relief of sterility.
    American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1924, 8: 123-129.
  • H. Curtis:
    The selection of anesthetics for plastic surgery and surgery of the lower abdomen.
    The Surgical Clinics of North America, Philadelphia, 1924, 4: 709
  • H. Curtis:
    Residual urine in women.

    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1925, 40: 689-690, 724.
  • H. Curtis:
    Spontaneous recurrent abortion; an inquiry into the causes and preventive treatment.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1925, 84: 1262-1264.
  • H. Curtis:
    Obituary: Watkins (Thomas James) [1863-1925].
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1925; 40: 712, port.
  • H. Curtis:
    Chronic pelvic infections. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1926, 42: 6-9.
  • H. Curtis:
    The spirit of service. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1927, 14:418
  • H. Curtis:
    Gonococcal lesions of the female genitalia, including consideration of some important closely allied problems.
    Transactions of the American Gynecological Society, 1928, 53: 5-9.
  • H. Curtis:
    Adhesions of the anterior surface of the liver.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1932, 99: 2010-2012.
  • H. Curtis:
    Stricture of the uterine cervix.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1932, 98: 861-964.
  • H. Curtis:
    Chorio-epithelioma of the uterus.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1932, 54: 861-864.
  • H. Curtis:
    Coincident surgical exposure and radium therapy in the treatment of extensive cervical cancer.
    Transactions of the American Gynecological Society, 1933, 58: 129-135.
  • H. Curtis:
    Obstructive lesions of the uterus and their complications.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1935, 60: 930-940.
  • H. Curtis, B. J. Anson and C. B. McVey:
    Anatomic factors in pathogenesis and treatment of urethrocele and cystocele.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1938, 111: 903-905.
  • H. Curtis and B. J. Anson:
    Bilateral double infundibulum of the uterine tube.
    The Anatomical Record, New York, 1938, 71: 177-179.
  • H. Curtis:
    Some new features of gynecological anatomy and related clinical problems.
    Proceedings of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago, 1938/1939, 12: 489-493.
  • H. Curtis, B. J. Anson and L. E. Beaton:
    The anatomy of the subperitoneal tissues and ligamentous structures in relation to surgery of the female pelvic viscera.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1940, 70: 643-656.
  • H. Curtis, B. J. Anson, F. L. Ashley and T. Jones:
    The blood vessels of the female pelvis in relation to gynecological surgery.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1942; 75: 421-423.
  • H. Curtis, B. J. Anson, F. L. Ashley and T. Jones:
    The anatomy of the pelvic autonomic nerves in relation to gynecology.
    Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, 1942, 75: 421-423.
  • H. Curtis:
    Gynecological diagnosis. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, 1929.
  • H. Curtis:
    A text-book of gynecology. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, 1930.
    2nd edition 1934, 3rd edition 1938, 4th edition 1942, 5th edition 1946.
  • H. Curtis, editor:
    Obstetrics and gynecology. Philadelphia, W.B. Saunders, 1933.
Compiled by Ronald H. Sims, M. A., Special Collections Librarian, Galter Health Sciences Library, Northwestern University, Chicago, Ill.

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