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American physician, born October 25, 1906, New York City; died September 10, 2000.

Bibliography

    Biographical etc:
  • Jeremy M. Norman, editor:
    Morton’s Medical Bibliography. An annotated Check-list of Texts Illustrating the History of Medicine (Garrison and Morton).
    Fifth edition. Scolar Press, 1991.
  • Peter Beighton & Gretha Beighton:
    The Man Behind the Syndrome. Springer Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 1986.
  • Y. V. O'Neill, J. C. Burnham:
    Saul Jarcho as a translator and editor.
    Journal of Urban Health. March 1998, 75 (1): 104-112.
  • A Tribute to Saul Jarcho.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, New York, 1996, 51: 71-72.

    Works by Saul Jarcho: 1951
  • Research on cardiovascular disease and congenital heart disease at the Mount Sinai Hospital.
    Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, January/February 1951, 17 (5): 269-271. 1955
  • The therapeutic use of resin and of tar water by Bishop George Berkeley and Cadwallader Colden.
    New York State Journal of Medicine, March 15, 1955, 55 (6): 834-840.
  • Cadwallader Colden as a Student of Infectious Disease.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, March/April 1955, 29 (2): 99-115.
    Cadwallader Colden (1688-1776), Scottish-born American physician and naturalist, was one of the first to recommend cooling in the treatment of fevers. 1956
  • The Correspondence of Cadwallader Colden and Hugh Graham on Infectious Fevers (1716-1719). Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1956, 30: 195. 1957
  • John Mitchell, Benjamin Rush and Yellow Fever.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, March-April 1957, 31 (2): 132-136.
  • Medicine in Sixteenth Century New Spain as Illustrated by the Writings of Bravo, Farfan and Vargas Machuca [Symposium on Colonial Medicine].
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, September-October 1957, 31 (5): 425-441.
  • Notes on the early modern history of lupus erythematosus.
    Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, November/December 1957, 24 (6): 939-944. 1958
  • Pulmonic stenosis with patent interatrial septum (Morgagni, 1761).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, January 1958, 1 (1): 132-133.
    Referring to:
    Giovanni Battista Morgagni, Italian anatomist and pathologist, 1682-1771:
    De sedibus et causis morborum per anatomen indagatis libri quinque.
    [On the Seats and causes of Diseases Investigated by Anatomy]
    2 volumes. Venetiis, typog. Remondiniana 1761.
  • Rheumatic carditis: Bouillaud and some unknown Irish precursors.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1958, 1 (4): 514-516.
    Jean-Baptiske Bouillaud, French physician, 1796-1881:
    Traité clinique du rheumatisme articulaire. Paris, 1832.
  • Excerpts from a lecture by Carl Gerhardt on haemorrhagic infarction of the lungs (1875).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1958, 1 (6): 774-776.
    Carl Jakob Adolf Christian Gerhardt, German internist, 1833-1902.
  • Biographical and bibliographical notes on Cadwallader Colden.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, July/August 1958, 32 (4): 322-334.
  • Mountain sickness as described by Fray Joseph de Acosta, 1589.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1958, 2 (2): 246-247.
    Jose de Acosta (1560-1634):
    Historia natural y moral de las indias. Sevilla, Juan de Léon, 1590.
    Contains his description of mountain sickness, "Acosta's disease", which he exprienced during his crossing of the Peruvian Andes. This was the first description of what is more often called altitude sickness today.
  • William Harvey described by an eyewitness (John Aubrey).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, September 1958, 2 (3): 381-384.
    William Harvey, 1578-1657, the Western discoverer of the circulation of the blood.
    John Aubrey, 1626-1697:
    Lives of eminent men. Originally compiled for the use of Anthony Wood (1632-1695) in his Athenae Oxonienses. The Lives first appeared in print in 1813.
  • Ascites as described by Aulus Cornelius Celsus (ca. A. D. 30).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1958, 2 (4): 507-508.
  • [Descriptions of the endocardium by Bouillaud (1835) and Bichat (1800).]
    [Article in Undetermined Language]
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1958, 2 (6): 767-769.
    Marie Francois Xavier Bichat, French physiologist and anatomist, 1771-1802.
    Jean-Baptiske Bouillaud, 1796-1881:
    Traité clinique des maladies du coeur. Paris, 1835. 1959
  • Early impressions of mediate auscultation by James Clark (1819).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1959, 3 (2): 254-256.
    Sir James Clark, 1788-1870:
    Medical Notes on Climate, Diseases, Hospitals and Medical Schools, in France, Italy and Switzerland. London, 1820.
  • Armand Trousseau: lecture on angina pectoris.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1959, 3 (4): 558-564.
    Armand Trousseau, French internist, 1801-1867.
  • The clinical features of systemic lupus erythematosus.
    Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, May/June 1959, 26 (3): 278-288.
  • William Cullen on dropsy, anasarca, and hydrothorax.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1959, 3 (6): 811-822.
    William Cullen, 1712-1790.
  • Observations on the history of physical diagnosis: Hippocrates, Auenbrugger, Laennec.
    The Journal of the International College of Surgeons, June 1959, 31 (6): 717-725.
    Josef Leopold Auenbrugger, Austrian internist, 1722-1809.
    René-Théophile-Hyacinthe Laënnec, French physician, 1781-1826.
  • Medical education in the United States; 1910-1956.
    Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, July/August 1959, 26 (4): 339-385.
  • Some hoaxes in the medical literature.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, July/August 1959, 33:342-347.
  • Morse K. Taylor on heart disease in the Civil War (1867).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1959, 4 (2): 240-245.
  • A review of Auenbrugger's inventum novum, attributed to Oliver Goldsmith.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, September/October 1959, 33: 470-474.
  • Ramazzini on diseases of runners and miners (1713).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1959, 4: 514-518.
    Bernardino Ramazzini, Italian physician, 1633-1714:
    De morbis artificum diatriba mutinae olim edita. Nunc accedit fupplementum ejufdem argumenti, ac dissertatio de sacrarum virginum valetudine tuenda.
    Padua, 1713.
    Ramazzini is considered the father of occupational medicine. 1960
  • Sir William Broadbent on pulseless disease (1875).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1960: 5: 258-261.
    Sir William Henry Broadbent, English physician, 1835-1907.
  • Obstruction of the thoracic duct by aortic aneurysm (Turner, 1859; Laennec, 1806). The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1960, 5: 534-539.
  • Armand Trousseau on a cute articular rheumatism.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1960, 5: 843-548.
  • The treatment of angina pectoris by electricity (Duchenne, 1855).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1960, 6: 338-343.
  • Thomas Bevill Peacock on dissecting aneurysm (1843).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1960, 6: 813-820.
  • An encyclopedic treatise on embolism (Bernhard Cohn, 1860).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1960, 6: 1089-1093. 1961
  • Right-sided ulcerative endocarditis recognized ante mortem (Charcot and Vulpian, 1862).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1961, 7: 253-261.
  • Auenbrugger, Laennec, and John Keats. Some notes on the early history of percussion and auscultation. Medical History, London, April 1961, 5:167-172.
  • William Halsted on refusion of blood in carbon monoxide poisoning (1883).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1961, 7: 589-597.
    William Stewart Halsted, American surgeon, 1852-1922.
  • Coarctation of the aorta (Meckel, 1750; Paris, 1791).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1961, 7: 844-852.
    Johann Friedrich Meckel, the Elder, German anatomist, 1724-1774.
  • Coarctation of the aorta. (Robert Graham, 1814).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1961, 8: 264-269.
    Robert Graham (1786-1845):
    Case of obstructed aorta. Communicated by Sir G. Blane.
    [Sir Gilbert Blane, 1747-1834 ] Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London, 1814.
  • John Eberle's lectures on medicine (1827).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1961, 8: 508-512.
    John Eberle, 1787-1838:
    Notes on the lectures on the theory and practice of medicine, delivered at the Jefferson Medical College, at Philadelphia. 1827; 2nd edition, Cincinnati 1833,
  • Morgagni and Auenbrugger in the retrospect of two hundred years.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, November/December 1961, 35: 489-496.
  • Coarctation of the aorta (Otto, 1824; Bertin, 1824).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1961, 8: 843-845.
    Adolph Wilhelm Otto, German physician and surgeon, 1786-1845.
    René Joseph Hyacinthe Bertin, French physician, 1757-1828:
    Traite des maladies du coeur et des grosses vaisseaux, redige par J. Bouillaud.
    Paris, 1824. 1962
  • Obstacles to the progress of medicine in colonial New York. The letter of Cadwallader Colden to Coarctation of the aorta (Albrecht Meckel, 1827).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, Ferbruary 1962, 9: 307-311.
  • Coarctation of the aorta (Reynaud, 1828).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1962, 9: 591-597.
  • An early review of Laennec's treatise.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1962, 9: 962-969.
  • Coarctation of the aorta (Legrand, 1833).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1962, 10: 266-271
  • Governor Robert Hunter (1720).
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, September/October 1962, 36: 450-461.
  • The examination of recruits in the Civil War (Bartholow, 1863).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1962, 10: 583-587.
    Roberts Bartholow, American military physician, 1831-1904:
    A Manual of Instructions for Enlisting and Discharging Soldiers.
    1863; reprinted 1991.
  • The examination of recruits in the Civil War (Bartholow, 1863).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1962, 10: 583-587.
  • A review of John Forbes' translation of Laennec.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1962, 10: 859-563. 1963
  • Aortic coarctation and aortic stenosis (Nixon 1834).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1963, 11: 238-245.
  • Aortic coarctation and aortic stenosis (Nixon 1834).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1963, 11: 238-245.
  • Scudamore on Monsieur Laennec's method (1826).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1963, 11: 507-512.
    Sir Charles Scudamore, English physician, 1779-1849:
    Observations on the Mr. Laennec's method of forming a diagnosis of the diseases of the chest by means of the stethoscope and of percussion. 1826.
  • The influence of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology on medicine.
    Military Medicine, Washington DC, June 1963, 128: 473-482.
  • Acute pericarditis with exathem (1829).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1963, 11: 798-801.
  • Acute pericarditis with exathem (1829).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1963, 11: 798-801.
  • Henry I. Bowditch on diaphragmatic hernia (1853).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1963, 12: 244-248.
    Henry Ingersoll Bowditch, American physician, 1808-1892:
    A treatise on diaphragmatic hernia. Buffalo: Jewett Thomas; 1853.
  • A russian description of the Army Medical Museum.
    Military Medicine, September 1963, 128: 843-845.
  • The difficulty of the diagnosis of pericarditis (Bouillier, 1812).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1963, 12: 539-543.
    J. C. Boullier:
    Dissertation sur la difficulté du diagnostic de la péricardite. 1812.
  • Historical Notes in the American Journal of Cardiology.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, New York, 1963, 18: 179.
  • D. J. Davis Lecture.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1963, 18: 179.
  • The Red Cross as a Symbol.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1963, 18: 179.
  • Edvard Gotfredsen, 1899–1963.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1963, 18: 179-180.
  • Henry Schuman Memorial Lecture.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1963, 18: 180.
  • Colonial Manuscripts in the Department of Health and Welfare, Mexico City.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1963, 18: 180.
  • Establishment of the Albert Deutsch Memorial Foundation.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1963: 18: 181.
  • Book Reviews.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1963, 18: 184-186. 1964
  • Some observations on disease in prehistoric North America.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, Januaery/february 1964, 38: 1-19.
  • Tufnell on mycotic aneurysm (1853).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1964, 13: 263-269.
    Thomas Jolliffe Tufnell, Irish surgeon, 1819-1885.
  • Peter Latham on the clinician (1847).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1964, 13: 532-556.
    Peter Mere Latham, 1789-1875.
  • Paul Klemperer, M.D., 1887-1964.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, May/June 1964, 8: 278-280.
  • The young stethoscopist (H. I. Bowditch, 1846).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1964, 13: 808-819.
    H. I. Bowditch:
    The young stethoscopist, or the student's aid to auscultation.
    1846. 2nd edition 1848.
  • Some comments on observation in medicine, in literature, and in life.
    Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, July/August 1964, 31 :262-267.
  • Limosin on pericarditis (1827).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1964, 14: 226-231.
  • Willam Charles Wells on scarlatinal dropsy (1812).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1964, 14: 547-552.
  • William Charles Wells on nonscarlatinal dropsy (1812).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1964, 14 :880-887.
  • Some Observations on Disease in Prehistoric North America.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine 38, 1964: 1.
  • Paul Klemperer, M.D., 1887-1964 [obituary].
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, May-June 1964, 38: 278-280. 1965
  • Rheumatic pericarditis (Broughton, 1827).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1965, 15: 248-251.
  • An early mention of the stethoscope (Locock 1821).
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, April 1965, 41: 374-377.
  • Human paleopathology. the development and present condition in the United States.
    Archives of Pathology, Chicago, May 1965, 79: 425-427.
  • Henry I. Bowditch on pleuritic effusions and thoracentesis (1852).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1965, 15 :832-856.
  • Intra vitam diagnosis of aortic coarctation (Mercier, 1839).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1965, 16: 253-255.
    Louis Auguste Mercier, French urologist, 1811-1882:
    Rétrécissement avec oblitération presque complète de la portion thoracique de l'aorte. Bulletin de la Société anatomique de Paris, Paris, 1839, 14: 158-160.
    Translation in The American Journal of Cardiology, 1965, 16: 253-255.
  • Anomaly of the vertebral column (Klippel-Feil syndrome) in American aborigines. JAMA, Chicago, September 6, 1965, 193: 843-844
  • Peter Latham on the uses of cardiac auscultation (1847).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1965, 16 (4): 571-575.
  • John C. Warren on organic diseases of the heart (1809).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, November 1965, 16 (5): 738-742.
    John Collins Warren, American surgeon, 1778-1856:
    Cases of organic diseases of the heart; with dissections etc. Boston, 1809.
  • Cardiology after the California gold rush (Wooster, 1867).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1965, 16 (6): 881-886.
    David Wooster:
    Diseases of the Heart, Their Diagnosis and Treatment.
    H. H. Bancroft, San Francisco, 1867.
  • Paleopathology. Science, March 5, 1965: 1160-1163. 1966
  • Human paleopathology : proceedings of a symposium on human Paleopatology held in Washington, D.C., January 14, 1965. Edited by Saul Jarcho.
    New Haven, Yale University Press, 1966.
    Includes material on the history of paleopathology in the United States.
  • Local signs and general consequences of valvular contraction (Bertin, 1824).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1966, 17 (2): 253-258.
    René Joseph Hyacinthe Bertin, 1757-1828:
    Traite des maladies du coeur et des grosses vaisseaux, redige par J. Bouillaud. Paris, 1824.
  • H. I. Bowditch on paracentesis thoracis (1863).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1966, 17 (4): 566-569.
  • Latham on angina pectoris (1847).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1966, 17 (6): 879-884.
  • Rheumatic pericarditis (Heyfelder, 1834).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1966, 18 (2): 263-266.
    Johann Ferdinand Heyfelder, German physician, 1798-1869.
  • Pericarditis supervening on rheumatism. (Roots, 1836).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1966, 18 (4): 594-598.
  • Harlow Brooks on neurocirculatory asthenia in World War I.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1966, 18 (6): 893-897. 1967
  • John C. Warren on heart failure (1809).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1967, 19 (2): 256-260.
    John Collins Warren, 1778-1856:
    Cases of organic diseases of the heart; with dissections etc. Boston, 1809.
  • Avicenna on the location of houses.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, March 1967, 43 (3): 250-251.
    Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah Ibn Sina, Persian physician, 973-1037.
  • Edwin Klebs on experimental valvulotomy (1875).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1967, 19 (4): 572-576.
    Theodor Albrecht Edwin Klebs, German physician and bacteriologist, 1834-1913.
  • Artificial insufficiency of heart valves (Rosenbach, 1878).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1967, 19 (6): 850-853.
    Ottomar Rosenbach, German physician, 1851-1907:
    Über artificielle Herzklappenfehler. Habilitation thesis, Breslau, 1878.
  • The psychotic son of Benjamin Rush.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, July 1967, 43 (7): 609-610.
  • Experimental valvulotomy and clinical inferences (Rosenbach, 1878).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1967, 20 (2): 245-247.
    Ottomar Rosenbach, 1851-1907:
    Über artificielle Herzklappenfehler. Habilitation thesis, Breslau, 1878.
  • Von Dusch on thrombosis of the cerebral sinuses (1861).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1967, 20 (4): 555-560.
    Theodor Freiherr von Dusch, german physician, 1824-1890:
    Ueber Hirnsinusthrombose. Zeitschrift für rationelle Medicin, 1861.
  • The longevity of the ancient Greeks (Hawkins, 1829; Angel, 1947-60).
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, October 1967, 43( 10): 941-943.
    Francis Bisset Hawkins, 1796-1894:
    Elements of Medical Statistics; containing the substance of the Gulstonian lectures delivered at the Royal College of Physicians: with numerous additions, illustrative of the comparative salubrity, longevity, mortality, and prevalence of diseases in the principal countries and cities of the civilized world. 1829.
  • Marshall Hall on crush injury and traumatic shock (1831).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1967, 20 (6): 853-856.
    Marshall Hall, English physiologist, 1790-1857. 1968
  • Alphonse Jaminet on Caisson disease (1871).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1968, 21 (2): 258-260.
  • Rheumatic carditis in the reign of King George 3rd (Dundas, 1809).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1968, 21 (4): 572-574.
  • Citation and presentation of the Academy Plaque to Claude Edwin Heaton, M.D.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, June 1968, 44 (6): 607-809.
  • Malaria and murder (Joseph Jones, 1878).
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, June 1968, 44 (6): 759-760.
  • Arrhythmia in disease of the heart valves (Adams, 1827).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1968, 21 (6): 901-906.
  • Aneurysm of heart valves (Ecker, 1842).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1968, 22 (2): 273-276.
  • Indigestion in colonial Mexico (Farfan, 1592).
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, August 1968, 44 (8): 1085-1087.
  • Vital Aza, M. D., dramatist.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, September 1968, 44 (9):1183-1186.
  • A diagnosis by Trousseau.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, October 1968, 44 (10): 1273-1274.
  • Caisson disease and coal mining (Pol and Watelle, 1854).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1968, 22 (6): 863-866.
  • Roman streets named for physicians. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, December 1968, 44 (12): 1587-1590. 1969
  • Theodore Tuffier on experimental surgery of heart valves.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, January 1969, 23 (1): 73-75.
  • Jacob Bigelow on physical diagnosis. (1839).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, March 1969, 23 (3): 446-452.
  • Rostan on asthma in the aged (cardiac asthma), 1818.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1969, 23 (4): 584-587.
  • Percussion of the heart contrasted with roentgen examination (Williams, 1899).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1969, 23 (6): 845-859.
  • The Correspondence of Morgagni and Lancisi on the Death of Cleopatra.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicin, July-August, 1969, 43 (4): 299-325.
  • Schoenlein on hydrothorax (1832).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1969, 24 (2): 234-236.
  • An Eighteenth Century treatise on dropsy of the chest (Buchner, 1742).
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, August 1969, 45 (8): 799-806.
  • Bougon on coronary aneurysm (1812).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1969, 24 (4): 551-553.
  • The contributions of Heinrich and Hermann Berghaus to medical cartography.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, October 1969, 24 (4): 412-415.
  • Rembrandt's "eye operation".
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, December 1969, 45 (12): 1396-1398.
  • Experimental endocarditis (Wyssokowitsch, 1886).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1969, 24 (6): 876-879. 1970
  • Christianus Helwich on difficulty of respiration (Augsburg, 1722).
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, January 1970, 46 (1): 34-38.
  • A cartographic and literary study of the word malaria.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, January 1970, 25 (1): 31-39.
  • Asterix the gaul.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, January 1970, 46 (1): 62-66.
  • Boerhaave on inflammation. I.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1970, 25 (2): 244-246.
  • The India office records: a source for historians of psychiatry.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, February 1970, 46 (2): 124-127.
  • The anthropological writings of Theophil Mitchell Prudden (1849-1924).
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, Narch 1970, 46 (3): 194-196.
  • Boerhaave on inflammation. II.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1970, 25 (4): 480-482.
  • Yellow fever, cholera, and the beginnings of medical cartography.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, April 1970, 25 (2): 131-142.
  • Empyema or hydrothorax in the Ninety-Fifth Doge of Venice.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, May 1970, 46 (5): 378-385.
  • Albrecht von Haller on inflammation.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1970, 25 (6): 707-709.
  • Tollund man and other bog burials.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, July 1970, 46 (7): 554-557.
  • Galen's six non-naturals: a bibliographic note and translation.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, July/August 1970, 44 (4): 372-377.
  • The mouth as an instrument holder.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, August 1970, 46 (8): 643-645.
  • Gaubius on inflammation. I.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1970, 26 (2): 192-195.
  • An anthropological essay by Thomas Hodgkin.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, October 1970, 46 (10): 889-890.
  • Gaubius on inflammation. II.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1970, 26 (4): 406-408.
  • John Hunter on inflammation.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1970, 26 (6): 615-618.
  • Galen's Six Non-Naturals: A Bibliographic Note and Translation.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, July/August 1970, 44 (4).372-377. 1971
  • Edwin Stanton and American Medicine.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, March/April 1971, 45 (2): 153-158.
  • Menstrual difficulties in colonial Mexico.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, January 1971, 47 (1): 113-114.
  • Macartney on inflammation. I.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1971, 27 (2): 212-214.
  • Edwin Stanton and American medicine.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, March/April 1971, 45 (2):153-158.
  • Macartney on inflammation. II.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1971, 27 (4): 433-435.
  • Glass objects of medical interest at the London Museum.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, June 1971, 47 (6): 710-711.
  • William Addison on blood vessels and inflammation (1840-41).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1971, 27 (6): 670-672.
  • Problems of the autopsy in 1670 A. D.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, July 1971, 47 (7):792-796.
  • Drugs used at Hudson Bay in 1730.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, July 1971, 47 (7): 838-842.
  • William Addison on blood vessels and inflammation (1841-43).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1971, 28 (2): 223-235.
  • Medical numismatic notes. V. University of Edinburgh Anatomy Medal (1893). Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, September 1971, 47 (9): 1130-1131.
  • Augustus Volney Waller on blood vessels and inflammation. I.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1971, 28 (4): 475-477.
  • The Lazar House Library in Norwich.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, October 1971, 47 (10): 1235-1238.
  • Lazar houses and dissemination of leprosy.
    Medical History, October 1971, 15 (4):401.
  • Cicero's essay on old age. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, November 1971, 47 (11): 1440-1445.
  • Augustus Volney Waller on blood vessels and inflammation. II.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1971, 28 (6): 712-714. 1972
  • Cohnheim on inflammation. I.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1972, 29 (2): 247-249.
  • Hospitals depicted in old maps and panoramas. 3.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, January 1972, 18 (1): 204-207.
  • Cohnheim on inflammation. 2.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1972, 29 (4): 246-247.
  • The Animadversiones of Ippolito Francesco Albertini (1748) on cardiac and precordial diseases which cause dyspnea.
    Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, April 1972, 116:163-181.
  • Seventeenth-century medical journalism. As exemplified by the Ephemerides Naturae Curiosorum.
    JAMA, April 3, 1972, 220 (1): 64-68.
  • Malaria and other diseases in Baedeker's guidebooks. I.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, May 1972, 48 (4): 709-712.
  • Simon Samuel (1867) on inflammation. I.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1972, 29 (6): 860-862.
  • Hospitals depicted in old maps and panoramas. IV. Seventeenth century Geneva.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, July 1972, 48 (6): 880-883.
  • The United States Pharmacopeia of 1820 and its background.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, July/August 1972, 46 (4): 402-404.
  • The contributions of Casper Neumann and Edmund Halley to demography.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, August 1972, 48 (7): 978-980.
  • Simon Samuel (1867) on inflammation. II.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1972, 30 (3): 274-276.
  • Medical numismatic notes. VII. Mithridates IV.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, September 1972, 48 (8): 1059-1064.
  • J.J. Woodward (1870) on the histology and photomicrography of minute blood vessels.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1972, 30 (5): 542-546.
  • Ferreyra da Rosa on yellow fever in Pernambuco. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, November 1972, 48 (10): 1343- 1345.
  • Experimental myocarditis and endocarditis (Ribbert, 1886).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1972, 30 (8): 865-867. 1973
  • Medical numismatic notes. IX. Coins of the leper colony at Culion and of the Philippine Health Service.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, February 1973, 49 (2):156-159.
  • Thomas Jowett on pericardiocentesis (1827).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1973, 31 (2): 273-276.
  • Anton de Haen, Louis Odier, and the inoculation controversy.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, March 1973, 49 (3): 236-240.
  • Education of the premedical student in the humanities and the biological and physical sciences.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, April 1973, 49 (4): 251-252.
  • Joseph Hamburg on acute endocarditis and its relation to bacteria (1879).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1973, 31 (4): 509-511.
  • Medical numismatic notes, X: the Manchester Infirmary and Lunatic Hospital.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, May 1973, 49 (5): 443-445.
  • Anton Weichselbaum on the etiology of acute endocarditis--1885.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1973, 31 (2): 221-223.
  • Some early demographic maps.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, September 1973, 49 (9): 837-844.
  • Fiedler on acute interstital myocarditis (1899). II.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 1973, 32 (5): 716-718.
  • Francois-Franck on experimental valvulotomy (1882).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1973, 32 (7): 993-994. 1974
  • An early medicostatistical map (Malgaigne, 1840).
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, January 1974, 50 (1): 96-99.
  • Julius Cohnheim's experiments on heart valves.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1974, 33 (2): 268-270.
  • Experiments on the mitral valve (Stricker, 1883).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1974, 33 (4): 550-552.
  • Symposium on Josiah Clark Nott, M. D., and 19th century medicine in the Southern United States. Introduction Dr. Nott and some important issues.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, April 1974, 50 (4): 496-498.
  • Symposium on squill. Introduction.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, June 1974, 50 (6): 682-683.
  • Experimental mitral insufficiency (Bettelheim and Kauders).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1974, 33 (7): 904-907.
  • Experiments on venous pressure by Sigmund Kornfeld (1891).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, August 1974, 34 (2): 233-236.
  • William G. MacCallum on the teaching of pathologic physiology (1906).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 3, 1974, 34 (5): 577-559.
  • Experimental production of cardiac murmurs (Thayer and MacCallum, 1907).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1974, 34 (7): 834-837. 1975
  • Experiments on heart valves (1908) by Harvey Cushing and J.R.B. Branch.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, October 6, 1975, 36 (4): 506-508.
  • The legacy of British medicine to American medicine, 1800-1850. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, November 1975, 68 (11): 737-744.
  • Carrel and Tuffier (1914) on experimental surgery of the cardiac orifices.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, December 1975, 36 (7): 954-956. 1976
  • Del Vecchio (1895) on suture of the heart--I.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, February 1976. 37 (2): 309-310.
  • The fate of British traditions in the United States as shown in medical education and in the care of the mentally ill 1750-1850.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, March/April 1976, 52 (3): 419-441.
  • Del Vecchio (1895) on suture of the heart--II.
    The American Journal of Cardiology, April 1976, 37 (5): 807-808.
  • Medical and nonmedical comments on Cato and Varro, with historical observations on the concept of infection.
    Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, April 1976, 43 (4): 372-378.
  • An early retrospect of research on endocarditis (Saltykow, 1912).
    The American Journal of Cardiology, June 1976, 37 (7): 1086-1088. 1977
  • Amy Lowell and the death of John Keats.
    Clio medica, Amsterdam April 1977, 12 (1): 91-95.
  • Dr. Nicolaes Tulp, 1593 to 1674; and Rembrandt's Anatomy Lesson.
    New York State Journal of Medicine, December 1977, 77 (14): 2299-2303. 1978
  • Christopher Packe (1686-1749): physician-cartographer of Kent.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, January 1978, 33 (1): 47-52.
  • A papal physician and the sanitation of New York City.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, fall 1978, 52 (3): 410-418.
  • A discussion of Dr. Michael R. Zimmerman's paper, "An experimental base for paleopathologic diagnosis.
    Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, October 1978, 45 (6): 303-305.
  • Medicine and Health Care. Ayer Co Pub, 1977. 1979
  • The Siamese twins of Santo Domingo. Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, June 1979, 1 (2): 145-7. 1980
  • Some lost, obsolete, or discontinued diseases: serous apoplexy, incubus, and retrocedent ailments.
    Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, December 1980, 2 (4): 241-266.
  • The concept of heart failure from Avicenna to Alberti.
    Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Press, 1980.
    Translations of extensive selections from 19 famous and/or obscure works with commentary and summary. 1981
  • Some historical problems connected with the study of Egyptian mummies.
    Bulletin de l'Institut d'Egypte, 1981:58-99, 106-122.
  • Some Italian broadsides and passports of epidemiologic interest (1618-1723).
    Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Narch 1981, 3 (1): 40-52. 1982
  • Some experiences with seminars in the history of medicine.
    The Henry E. Sigerist supplements to the Bulletin of the history of medicine, 1982, (7): 115-120.
  • The telephone directory, a source of evidence for historians.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, July 1982, 37 (3): 328-329.
  • A note on the autopsy of Oliver Cromwell. Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, September 1982, 4 (3): 228-231.
  • Blankaart's Dictionary, an index to 17th century medicine.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, September 1982, 58 (6): 568-577. 1983
  • Some early Italian epidemiological maps. Imago Mundi, 1983, 35 :9-19.
  • Some excerpts from the writings of Stephen Hales, with comment on their relation to the concept of heart failure.
    Transactions & Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, March 1983, 5(1):19-28. 1984
  • Laveran's discovery in the retrospect of a century.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, summer 1984, 58 (2): 215-224. 1985
  • Dr. Isac Lampronti of Ferrara.
    Korot, Jerusalem, summer 1985, 8 (11-12): 203-206.
  • Two maps in an early treatise on epidemiology (Cagnati, 1599).
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, October 1985, 61 (8): 763-766.
  • Clinical Consultations of Giambattista Morgagni.
    University of Virginia Press, 1984.
  • Clinical Consultations of Giambattista Morgagni: The Edition of Enrico Benassi.
    Saul Jarcho, editor and translator. Boston: Countway Library of Medicine, 1984.
  • Laveran's Discovery in the Retrospect of a Century.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, summer 1984, 58 (2): 215-224. 1986
  • The epidemic or pandemic of influenza in 1708-1709.
    With K. M. Richards. Dynamis. 1985-1986;5-6:125-41.
  • Italian Broadsides Concerning Public Health. Blackwell Publishing, 1986. 1987
  • A history of semitertian fever.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, fall 1987, 61 (3): 411-430. 1988
  • The hunt for a manuscript on cinchona.
    Perspect Biol Med. 1988 Spring;31(3):437-9 1989
  • Clinical Consultations and Letters by Ippolito Francesco Albertini, Francesco Torti, and Other Physicians. Watson Pub Intl, 1989.
  • Some observations and opinions on the present state of American medical historiography.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, July 1989, 44 (3): 288-290.
  • The style of Zacutus Lusitanus and its origins.
    Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, July 1989, 44 (3): 291-295. 1990
  • Transatlantic transmission of infectious diseases; the applicability of paleopathology. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, November/December 1990, 66 (6): 660-663 1991
  • Historical perspectives of medical intelligence. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, September/October 1991, 67 (5): 501-506 1992
  • Linguistic diversity in six cityblocks of Manhattan, with map.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, July 1992, 68 (3): 432-439.
  • Smallpox in an 18th-century Italian princess.
    New York State Journal of Medicine, November 1992, 92 (11): 480-484. 1993
  • Plain Treatise on the Peruvian Bark. Watson Publishing International, 1993. 1994
  • The medical imprints of Giambattista Bodoni.
    Book Collector, winter 1994, 43 (4): 487-516.

    1998
  • An abbreviated account. Journal of Urban Health, March 1998, 75 (1) :89-97.
  • The manuscript consultation reports of Francesco Torti.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, spring 1998, 72 (1): 73-74. 1999
  • An early report of familial bronchiectasis.
    Bulletin of the History of Medicine, summer 1999, 73 (2): 291-293.
  • Alphonse Jaminet on caisson disease (1871). 1968.
    Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, summer 1999, 10 (2): 112-114 2000
  • The Clinical Consultations of Francesco Torti.
    The complete investigation history of Francesco Torti (1658-1625). A joint publication by Krieger Publishing Company, Malabar, Florida, and The New York Academy of Medicine, 2000.
    Referring to Torti's main work:
    Therapeutice specialis ad febres quasdam perniciosas, inopinato, ac repente lethales, una vera china china, peculiare methodo ministrata, sanabiles.
    Mutinae, typ. B. Soliani, 1712.
    Torti's work finally established the specific nature of cinchona bark. His demonstration of its effectiveness in periodic over continuous fevers finally overthrew the doctrine of the common origin of all fevers. He is also credited with the term "malaria".
  • The Concept of Contagion in Medicine, Literature, and Religion.
    Krieger Pub Co, 2000.

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