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American surgeon, born February 19, 1874, Helena, Arkansas; died 1953.

Bibliography

Treatment of the stump in appendectomy.
Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, May 1903, 37 (5): 710-720.

Superstition in medicine. Interstate Medical Journal, 1905, 12 (7): 515-523.

Scopolamine-morphine as an adjuvant in the administration of general anesthesia.
Read before the Medical Society of the City Hospital Alumni of St. Louis, May 18, 1905.
Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, August 1905, 42: 185-192.

Alexander Monroe the Second. Interstate Medical Journal, July 1906, 13: 581-585.

False diverticula of the vermiform appendix.
Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, July 1906 (44): 78-86.

Stasis hyperemia. Interstate Medical Journal, 1907, 14 (12): 988-991.

The pathological and clinical diagnosis of sarcoma.
The St. Louis Medical Review, 1907, 54-55: 1-135.

Reticulum in small round-cell and lympho-sarcomata: a comparative study.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, March 1907, 4 (3): 319-333.

Cervical fistula following suppuration in a patient thyroglossal duct.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, May 1907 4 (5): 623-625.

Post operative acute dilatation of the stomach (gastro-mesenteric ileus).
Interstate Medical Journal, 1907, 14: 517-524.

Carcinoma of the esophagus: a clinical and pathological study.
Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, 1907, 46 (1907): 809-820.

Hematuria as a complicating factor in appendicitis.
Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, September 1908, 48: 388-393.

Appendicitis resembling ureteral calculus.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, October 1908: 485-486.

Geography and medicine. The Aesculapian, December 1908: 1 (1): 9-18.

The physiology of shock. With E. P. Lyon.
Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, 1909, 6 (4): 254-259.

The condition of the peripheral blood-vessels in shock.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, January 1909, 52: 45-48.

The method of Zadig in medicine.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin, Baltimore, January 1910, 21: 12-15.

Further experimental data on the vasomotor relations of shock.
With E. P. Lyon. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics, August 1910, 11: 146-152.

The doctrine of vitalism in medicine.
The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, December 1910, 163: 825-829.

Osmosis as an important factor in the action of antiseptics.
With C. W. Gould.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Chicago, March 1911, 12: 262-270.

Fallacy of warmed ether vapor. Interstate Medical Journal, 1911, 18 (9): 927-930.

Cervical rib: a review of recent literature. Interstate Medical Journa, 1913, 20 (4).

Role of the thymus in exothalmic goiter: a review of recent literature.
Interstate Medical Journal, 1913, 20 (7).

An experimental study of sodium bicarbonate and other allied salts in shock.
With J. Tierney and F. Rodenbaugh.
American Journal of Medical Sciences, August 1913, 146 (2): 195.

Contributions to the analysis of tissue growth: Homoplastic and autoplastic transplantation of unpigmented skin in guinea pigs.
Archiv fur Entwicklungsmechanik der Organismen, 1913, 37: 259-264.

Operative indications in diabetes: a review of recent literature.
Interstate Medical Journal, 1913, 20 (11).

The inguinal route operation for femoral hernia: with a supplementary note on Cooper’s ligament.
With Lister Tuholske.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics (January 1914): 55-62.

The nature of shock: a critical abstract.
International Abstract of Surgery, February 1914: 117-123.

Functional tests of cardiac efficiency. Interstate Medical Journal, 1914, 21 (6).

The cerebrospinal fluid as a factor in surgery: a review of recent literature.
With Frederic Hagler. Interstate Medical Journal, 1915, 22 (3).

A comparison of the immunizing effects of the subcutaneous and intraperitoneal administrations of tumor cells against the growth of carcinoma in mice.
With Moyer S. Fleisher.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases, March 1915, 16 (2): 122-131.

A comparison of the immunizing effects of the subcutaneous and intraperitoneal administrations of tumor cells against the growth of carcinoma in mice.
With Moyer S. Fleisher.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases, March 1915, 16 (2): 122-131.

The cerebrospinal fluid as a factor in surgery: a review of recent literature.
With Frederic Hagler.
Interstate Medical Journal, 1915, 22 (3).

Some fallacies in the arguments against full-time clinical instruction.
Science, April 1915, 41 (1060): 594-599.

On the condition of the vasoconstrictor center during the development of shock.
With Don R. Joseph.
The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, St. Louis, February 1916, 1 (5).

Cause of death in intestinal obstruction.
With Frederic Hagler. Interstate Medical Journal, 1916, 23 (5).

On the condition of the vasoconstrictor center during the development of shock.
With Don R. Joseph.
The Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine, February 1916, 1 (5).

Cholecystectomy.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, July 1917: 45-54.

Cholecystectomy. Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, July 1917: 45-54.

Medical education and the war. Minnesota Medicine, October 1919.

Rhinophyma. Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, April 1920: 394-398.

Cholelithiasis and intrathoracic goiter; appendicitis.
Surgical Clinics of North America, July 1922, 2: 1549-1558.

Factors of safety in surgery.
Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, January 1922, 19: 27-43.

Bile-duct anomaly as a factor in the pathogenesis of cholecystitis.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetric, March 1923: 331-335.

Diabetes surgery.
American Journal of Medical Sciences, October 1924, 168 (4): 495.

A Study of Magnesium Wire as an Absorbable Suture and Ligature Material.
Archives of Surgery, March 1924, 8: 669-680.

Surgical treatment of angina pectoris.
The Surgical Clinics of North America, December 1925: 1365-1386.

Localized gangrene following hypodermic administration of calcium chloride.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, May 1925, 84: 1413-1414.

Bone formation in the thyroid gland.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, December 1925: 794-797.

Subacute ileocolic intussusception secondary to carcinoma of the ileum.
With J. G. Probstein.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, June 1926: 769-771.

Fundamental principles underlying the operative cure of inguinal hernia.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, February 19, 1927, 88: 529-532.

A critique of the operative therapy of angina pectoris: based on a case of vocal cord paralysis following sympathectomy. American Journal of Surgery, 1927, 3 (4): 315-320.

The treatment of postoperative progressive gangrenous infection of the skin and subcutaneous tissue with blood from immunized donors.
With J. G. Probstein. Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, August 1928: 247-251.

The rise of medicine.
Lecture given before the Mayo Foundation, January 23, 1928: 73-97.

The rise of medicine.
The New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, April 1928, 80 (10): 605-618.

Bronchobilary fistula.
With J. J. Singer. Archives of Surgery, Chicago, July 1929, 19: 149-151.

Joseph Ransohoff. Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, April 1931, 52: 914-916.

Research in the hospital. American Journal of Surgery, 1933, 30 (2): 205-206.

Reticulum in tumors.
With Louis L. Tureen. Archives of Pathology, April 1933, 15: 498-508.

Light and tar cancer: An experimental study with a critical review of the literature on light as a carcinogenic factor.
With Zola K. Cooper. Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, April 1933, 56: 752-769.

Review of the recent literature tar cancer: 1927-1931 inclusive.
With Zola K. Cooper.
American Journal of Cancer, March 1933, 17 (3): 589-667.

The nature of so-called xanthoma: a critical review.
With Gerald Gruenfeld. Archives of Pathology, April 1934, 17: 546-573.

Dibenzanthracene 1:2:5:6 as a carcinogenic agent.
American Journal of Cancer, April 1934, 20 (4): 827-833.

Scarlet red as a possible carcinogenic agent.
With Clarence T. Eckert, and Zola K. Cooper.
Archives of Pathology, January 1935, 19: 83-90.

What is being done about cancer. Atlantic Monthly, July 1936: 86-91.

Medical progress in the last hundred years.
Science, September 1937, 86 (2230): 275-279.

Should the cancer victim be told the truth?
Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, February 1943: 33-35.

Yesteryears in review.
Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, May 1943: 144-147.

Cancer and politics: the operation on Grover Cleveland.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, September 1947: 373-376.

The effect of radiation upon reticulum in squamous cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix.
With Zola K. Cooper. American Journal of Cancer, May 1937, 30 (1): 32-38.

Endometriosis in the vermiform appendix.
With John E. Hobbs. Festschrift dedicated to Robert Tilden Frank, June 1937.

The production of experimental cancer of the lung in mice.
With E. L. Benignus. American Journal of Cancer, August 1938, 33: 549-554.

Quacks and quackery.
Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, March-April 1938, 4 (6): 672-679.

The effect of light on benzpyrene cancer in mice.
With J. Taussig, and Z. K. Cooper.
Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, June 1938, 66: 989-993.

Ellis Fischel.
The Washington University Medical Alumni Quarterly, July 1938, 1 (4): 181.

Lung tumor development in a resistant strain of mice subjected to inhalation of soot.
With E. L. Benignus. American Journal of Cancer, November 1938, 34: 391-398

The opportunity presented to the Barnard free Skin and Cancer Hospital today.
The Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, March 1942: 80-82.

Dr. Hugo Ehrenfest. The Tray: the bulletin of the Jewish Hospital Alumnae Association, September 1942: 2.

The talcum powder problem in surgery and its solution.
With D. J. Verda, and F. H. Kidd.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, December 1943, 123: 950-954.

The talcum powder problem. With D. J. Verda.
Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, December 1943, 12 (1): 655-666.

Abdominal silicosis (due to talcum powder) and cancer.

The Surgical Clinics of North America, October 1944: 1162-1171.

Introduction: Focusing the cancer problem for surgeon and layman.
The Surgical Clinics of North America, October 1944: 981-984.

Talcum powder as an operating room hazard.
Southern Medical Journal, July 1945, 38 (7): 470-472.

Talcum powder: a grave surgical hazard.
The American Journal of Surgery, June 1945, 68 (3): 279-280.

Talcum Powder Granuloma: A Frequent and Serious Postoperative Complication.
With Ben Eiseman and Nathan A. Womack.
Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, November 1947, 126 (5): 820-832.

Compensation in one trauma cancer.
Journal of the Missouri State Medical Association, January 1947: 27-32.

Review of Civilization and Disease, by Henry E. Sigerist.
Scienc, June 1944, 99 (2582): 514-515.

An appreciation of Dr. Alexis Victor Moschcowitz.
Journal of the Mount Sinai Hospital, September-October 1941, 8 (3): 123-124.


Medicine; an historical outline. Baltimore, 1925. 
Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins Company, 1931.

War Surgery Of The Nervous System: A Digest Of The Important Medical Journals And Books Published During The European War.
Compiled by Major Gabriel Seelig.
Office of the Surgeon General, War Office, Washington. D. C. Govrnment Printing Office, 1917.

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