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James Begbie - bibliography

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Biography

British physician, born 1798, Edinburgh; died August 26, 1869, Edinburgh.

Bibliography

  • De delirio tremente.
    Doctoral dissertation, Edinburgh, 1821.
  • On the Utility of the Actual Cautery in Some Surgical Diseases. Edinburgh, 1822.
  • Cases illustrative of the sedative powers of the datura stramonium.
    Transactions of the Medico-Chirurgical Society, London, volume I, 1829.
  • History of a case of supposed fracture of the neck of the thighbone within the capsular ligament.
    Edinburgh Monthly Journal of Medical Science, volume I, 1826.
  • Medical statistics of life assurance observations on the causes of death among the assured of the Scottish Widow’s Fund and Life Assurance Society from 1815 to 1845.
    Edinburgh Monthly Journal of Medical Science, 1847.
  • Anaemia and its consequences; enlargement of the thyroid gland and eyeballs. Anaemia and goitre, are they related?
    Monthly Journal of Medical Science, London, 1849, 9: 496-508.
    Basedow's disease.
  • Medical statistics of life assurance observations on the causes of death among the assured of the Scottish Widow’s Fund and Life Assurance Society from 1846 to 1852.
    Edinburgh Monthly Journal of Medical Science, 1853.
  • Medical statistics of life assurance observations on the causes of death among the assured of the Scottish Widow’s Fund and Life Assurance Society from January 1853 to January 1860.
    Edinburgh Monthly Journal of Medical Science, 1860.
  • Medical statistics of life assurance observations on the causes of death among the assured of the Scottish Widow’s Fund and Life Assurance Society from January 1860 to 31st December 1866.
    Edinburgh Monthly Journal of Medical Science, 1868.
  • Contributions to Practical Medicine.
    A collection of Begbie’s papers published by Adam and Charles Black in 1862.

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