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Samuel Milton Rabson - bibliography

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American physician.

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Alfred Grotjahn, Founder of Social Hygiene.
Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, New York, February 1936, 12 (2): 43-58.

Jaundice and hepatitis; a laboratory review.
The American Journal of Digestive Diseases, January 1948, 15 (1): 7-10.

Sudden and unexpected natural death; coronary artery sclerosis.
With M. Helpern. American Heart Journal, St. Louis, April 1948, 35 (4): 635-642.

Epithelium-like inclusions in the heart. With L. J. Thill.
The American Journal of Pathology, Bethesda, may 1948, 24 (3): 655-661.

Sudden and unexpected natural death.
The Proceedings of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago, 1948 October 15;17(7):177.   

Sudden and unexpected natural death in infants and young children.
The Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, February 1949, 34 (2): 166-173.

Round cell infiltration
. American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Chicago, April 1949, 19 (4): 393

Hashimoto's and Riedel's strumas and lymphadenoid goiter. With J. E. Arata.
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Chicago, August 1949, 19 (8): 750-764.

Sudden and unexpected natural death. V. Causes of death classified by sex and age.
AMA Archives of Internal Medicine, Chicago, September 1950, 86 (3): 361-375

Sudden and unexpected natural death. III. Spontaneous subarachnoid hemorrhage.
With M. Helpern.
The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Hagerstown, September 1950, 220 (3): 262-271.

Cadaver photography with mirror-device.
Journal of the Biological Photographic Association, Durham, N.C., May 1951, 19 (2): 66.

Model for practicing venipuncture.
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Chicago, October 1951, 21 (10): 993.

Why pick on the surgeons? Modern Hospital, Chicago, February 1954, 82 (2): 57-58.

Metastasis of cancer to cancer. With P. L. Stier, J. J. Baumgartner and D. Rosenbaum.
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Chicago, May 1954, 24 (5): 572-579.

Letters to the Editor. Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, July 1954, 140 (1): 118.

Clinicopathologic conference. With L. A. Schneider.
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Chicago, November 1954, 24 (11): 1285-190.

Familial hypertrophy of pineal body, hyperplasia of adrenal cortex and diabetes mellitus; report of 3 cases. With E. N. Mendenhall.
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Chicago, . 1956 Mar;26(3):283-90.

Masters of modern pathology: Jakob Erdheim.
AMA Archives of Pathology, Chicago, October 1959, 68: 357-366.

Multiple necrosis of the spleen. "Fleckmilz" of Feitis. With M. N. Richter.
American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Chicago, . 1962 Jun;37:597-607.

Coroner's postmortem examination.
The Lancet, December 22, 1962, 2 (7269): 1327.

The ordeal of John Fairfield: a tragedy without footnotes.
The Journal of the Maine Medical Association, Brunswick, January 1965, 56: 132-133.

The doctor’s defence. The Lancet., February 8, 1969, 1 (7589): 309-310.

The romance of Charles H. Liebermann, MD.
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, June 9, 1969, 208 (10): 1908.

Renal scars and pyelonephritis.
American Heart Journal, St. Louis, Septembr 1969, 78 (3): 427-428.

Aortic hypoplasia: a cause of sudden death?
The Lancet, April 26, 1969, 1(7600): 891-892.

Doctors delinquent. II. The trials of two physicians charged with murder.
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, Apriul 5, 1971, 216 (1): 121-114.

Cardiac involvement in childhood lymphoma.
The New England Journal o
f Medicine, November 9, 1972, 287 (19): 989.

Letter: Pathogenesis of osteoarthrosis. The Lancet, December 22, 1973, 2 (7843): 1440.

Letter: Autologous transfusion. The Lancet, August 31, 1974, 2 (7879): 520.

Letter: When should consultants report to patients?
The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, November 28, 1974, 291 (22): 1197-1198.

Letter: Staining of iron.
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, May 12, 1975, 232 (6): 595. 

Letter: Maturity of medical students. The Lancet, May 8, 1976, 1 (7967): 1021-1021.

Demodex folliculorum of Simon. With D. F. King and L. A. King.
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, St. Louis, June 1983, 8 (6): 907-908.

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