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Warren Henry Cole - bibliography

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American surgeon, born 1898; died May 25, 1990.

Bibliography

  • Evarts Ambrose Graham (1883-1957) and Warren H. Cole:
    Roentgenologic examination of the gallbladder.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, 1924, 82: 613-614.
    Introduction of Cholecystrography.
  • E. A. Graham, W. H. Cole, and Glover Hancock Copher (born 1893):
    Visualization of the gallbladder by the sodium salt of tetrabromphenolphthalein.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1924, 82: 1777.
  • E. A. Graham, W. H. Cole, and G. H. Copher:
    Cholecystrography : an experimental and clinical study.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1925, 84: 14-16.
  • E. A. Graham, W. H. Cole, and G. H. Copher:
    The roentgenological visualization of the gallbladder by the use of intravenous injections of sodium tetrabromphenolphthalein.
    Radiology, 1925, 4: 83-88.
  • E. A. Graham, W. H. Cole, and G. H. Copher:
    Cholecystrography: the use of sodium tetrabromphenolphthalein.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1925, 84: 1175-1177.
  • E. A. Graham, Warren H. Cole and Glover H. Copher:
    Cholecystrography: its develoment and application. Leonard Prize Essay.
    The American Journal of Roentgenology and Radium Therapy Springfield, Illinois, 1925, 14: 487.
  • . Graham, W. H. Cole, S. Moore, and G. H. Copher:
    Cholecystrography: the oral administration of of tetraiodophenolphthalein.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1925, 85: 953-955.
  • Evarts Ambrose Graham (1883-1957), Warren H. Cole, Glover H. Copher, and Sherwood Moore:
    Simultaneous cholecystrography and tests of hepatic and renal functions by a single new substance, sodium phenoltetraiodeophtalein: preliminary report.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1926, 86: 467.
  • E. A. Graham, W. H. Cole, G. H. Copher, and Sherwood Moore (1880-1963):
    Cholecystrography: the use of phenoltetraiodeophthalein.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1926, 86: 1899.
  • E. A. Graham, W. H. Cole, G. H. Copher, and S. Kodama:
    Some new phases of the physiology of the biliary tract.
    Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, 1926, 84: 343.
  • E. A. Graham, W. H. Cole:
    Simultaneous Cholecystrography and determination of liver function.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, New York, 1927, 24: 500.
  • E. A. Graham, W. H. Cole, Glover H. Copher, and S. Moore:
    Diseases of the Gall Bladder and Bile Duct : A book for practitioners and students.
    Philadelphia, Pa, : Lea & Febiger, 1928. 500 pages.
  • E. A. Graham, W. H. Cole and Glover H. Copher:
    Simultaneous cholecystography and determination of hepatic function.
    Journal of the American Medical Association, 1928, 90: 1111-1113.
  • W. H. Cole and Robert Elman:
    Textbook of General Surgery.
    New York; D. Appleton-Century Company, 1936. 1031 pages.
    3rd edition. New York; London : D. Appleton-Century Company, 1941. 1067 pages.
  • W. H. Cole and Charles Bernard Puestow (born 1902), editors:
    First Aid, Surgical and Medical.
    D. Appleton/Century, 1942. Illustrated by Carl Linden and Tom Jones.
    2nd edition, 1943: New York : Appleton-Century. 351 pages.
  • W. H. Cole, R. Elman, G. H. Ambrose, Brian Brewer Blades (1906-1977):
    Textbook of General Surgery, by Warren H. Cole and Robert Elman.
    4th edition. New York : D. Appleton-Century Co., 1944. 1126 pages.
  • W. H. Cole and Edson Fairbrother Fowler (1915-1964):
    The Present status of the surgical treatment of hyperthyroidism.
    Springfield, Illinois : C. C. Thomas, 1948. 91 pages.
    American lecture series, publication no. 4. American lectures in endocrinology
  • W. H. Cole, R. Elman, Thomas Hanahan Burford (107-), Frank Brown Berry (1892-1976):
    Textbook of General Surgery.
    5th edition. New York : Appleton-Century, 1948. 1160 pages.
    Contains: Surgical diseases of the chest, by Evarts A. Graham and Thomas H. Burford, pp. 875-940.
    Military surgery, Frank B. Berry: pp. 1072-1109.
  • W. H. Cole, editor:
    Operative technic in specialty surgery. Introduction by Allen O. Whipple.
    New York : Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1949. 725 pages.
  • W. H. Cole, editor:
    Operative technic in general surgery. With 67 contributing authors.
    2nd edition. New York : Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1955. 973 pages.
  • W. H. Cole and Charles Bernard Puestow (1902-), editors:
    Emergency Care : Surgical and Medical. Appleton Century Crofts, 1951. 438 pages.
  • W. H. Cole and Charles B. Puestow, editors:
    First Aid : Diagnosis and Managament.
    5th edition. New York : Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1960. 420 pages.
    6th edition, 1965. 445 pages.
  • Tilden C. Everson and Warren H. Cole:
    Spontaneous regression of cancer; a study and abstract of reports in the world medical literature and of personal communications concerning spontaneous regression of malignant disease.
    Philadelphia, Saunders, 1966.
  • Tilden C. Everson and Warren H. Cole, editors:
    Cancer of the digestive tract, clinical management.
    New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts 1969. 380 pages.
  • W. H. Cole, editor:
    Chemotherapy of cancer. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1970. 349 pages.
  • W. H. Cole and Charles B. Puestow, editors:
    Emergency care, surgical and medical.
    With 28 contributing authors. 7th edition. New York Appleton Century Crofts 1972. 438 pages.
    First published in 1942 under title: First Aid, Surgical and Medical.
    Spanish edition: Primeros Auxilios. 7ma. ed.; México: Nueva Editorial Interamericana, S.A., 1976. 412 págs.
  • Tilden C. Everson and Warren H. Cole:
    Spontaneous regression of cancer. The metabolic triumph of the host.
    Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1974, 230: 128-129.
  • Dennis Connaughton:
    Warren Cole, MD., and the ascent of scientific surgery.
    Chicago, Warren & Clara Cole Foundation, 1991.
  • W. G. Cance:
    Warren H. Cole, MD: visionary surgeon-scientist and mentor.
    Surgery, November 2001, 130 (5): 891-892.

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