A Chronology of Medicine and Related Sciences
A Chronology of Medicine and Related Sciences arranges historically important events in medicine and the related sciences in chronological order. Entries cover: historical events, including Nobel Prizes, the establishment of institutions, hospitals, societies and journals; significant publications in periodicals or monographs; biographical information for individuals; and deaths during the year, with the date of birth and keywords indicating the discipline. Indexes of personal names and subjects are provided, and, when available, the citation number in Morton's Medical Bibliography (fifth edition edited by Jeremy M. Norman, Scolar Press, 1991) is given.
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Albert Alfred American physician American surgeon AmJMS anaemia anaesthesia anaesthetic anatomist anatomy angina pectoris artery Arthur bacillus bacteriologist biochemist blood bora born British physician British surgeon caesarean section cancer Carl causal organism Charles classic description clinical co-workers congenital CRAS CRSB demonstrated dermatologist described devised diagnosis discovered discovery disease Edward Ernst experimental fever founded Francois Frederick French physician Friedrich gave George German physician goitre Harvey Williams Cushing Heinrich Henry hernia introduced isolated JAMA James Jean Johann John Joseph Journal Karl leishmaniasis Louis Ludwig malaria Medical neurologist Nobel Prize Chemistry Nobel Prize Physiology NPL Died operation ophthalmologist Otto pathologist pathology Paul physician Physiology or Medicine Pierre poliomyelitis PSEB published reported Richard Robert shared Nobel Prize surgery surgical syndrome syphilis Theodor Thomas treatise treatment trypanosome tuberculosis tumour typhus uterus virus vitamin Walter Wilhelm William yellow fever