This is a collection of historic articles from OHSU's print journal holdings, scanned and available as PDFs. Articles were selected from Lee Ash's Serial Publications Containing Medical Classics and Morton's Medical Bibliography. The articles date from 1809-1922 and describe some of the most important discoveries in Western Medicine.

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Submissions from 1887

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On the radical cure of oblique inguinal hernia by internal abdominal peritoneal pad, and the restoration of the valved form of the inguinal canal., Sir William Macewen

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Fibrillar contraction of the heart., John Alexander MacWilliam

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A demonstration on man of electromotive changes accompanying the hearts beat., Augustus Dsir Waller

Submissions from 1886

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On the structure, distribution, and function of the nerves which innervate the visceral and vascular system., Walter Holbrook Gaskell

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Congenital absence of hair and mammary glands with atrophic condition of the skin and its appendages in a boy whose mother had been almost wholly bald from alopecia areata from the age of six., Sir Jonathan Hutchinson

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On the radical cure of oblique inguinal hernia by internal abdominal peritoneal pad, and the restoration of the valved form of the inguinal canal., Sir William Macewen

Submissions from 1885

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An operation for displaced semilunar cartilage., Thomas Annandale

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Case of cerebral tumour., Alexander Hughes Bennett and Sir Rickman John Godlee

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Note on the nature of nerve-force, Henry Pickering Bowditch

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A case of strangulated hernia into the fossa intersigmoidea., Sir Frederic Samual Eve

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On operative dilation of the orifices of the stomach: being a summary of two papers on this subject, by Professor Loreta, of Bologna. (Title of secondary source), T. (Author of secondary source Holmes and Pietro (Author of Primary Source) Loreta

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On the surgical, physiological, and aesthetic advantages of the artificial vitreous body., Philip Henry Mules

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The Glustonian Lectures, on malignant endocarditis., Sir William Osler Bart.

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On cyclic albuminuria (albuminuria in the apparently healthy)., Frederick William Pavy

Submissions from 1884

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Five cases of extra-uterine pregnancy operated upon at the time of rupture., Robert Lawson Tait

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Five casses of extra-uterine pregnancy operated upon at the time of rupture., Robert Lawson Tait

Submissions from 1883

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On cases described as acute rickets which are probably a combination of scurvy and rickets, the scurvy being an essential, and the rickets a variable, element., Sir Thomas Barlow

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On the electrical phenomena of the excitatory process in the heart of the frog and the tortoise, as investigated photographically., Sir John Scott Burdon-Sanderson and Frederick James Montague Page

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On the innervation of the heart, with special reference to the heart of the tortoise., Walter Holbrook Gaskell

Submissions from 1882

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On gangrenous eruptions in connection with vaccination and chickenpox., Sir Jonathan Hutchinson

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On a form of chronic inflammation of bones (osteitis deformans)., Sir James Paget

Submissions from 1881

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Report upon micro-organisms in surgical diseases., Sir Alexander Ogston

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A case of removal of the uterine appendages., Robert Lawson Tait

Submissions from 1880

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Clinical observations on the introduction of tracheal tubes by the mouth instead of performing tracheotomy or laryngotomy., Sir William Macewen

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Regarding the action of hydrate soda, hydrate of ammonia, and hydrate of potash on the ventricle of the frogs heart., Sydney Ringer

Submissions from 1879

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On time-relations of the excitatory process in the ventricle of the heart of the frog., Sir John Scott Burdon-Sanderson and Frederick James Montague Page

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On the respiratory function on the internal intercostal muscles., Henry Newell Martin and Edward Mussey Hartwell

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Removal of normal ovaries., Robert Lawson Tait

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Remarks on forcipressure and the use of pressure-forceps in surgery., Sir Thomas Spencer Wells

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Remarks on forcipressure and the use of pressure-forceps in surgery., Sir Thomas Spencer Wells

Submissions from 1878

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On myxoedema., William Miller Ord

Submissions from 1877

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On a form of chronic inflammation of bones (osteitis deformans)., Sir James Paget

Submissions from 1876

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On aortic aneurism in the army and the conditions associated with it., Francis Henry Welch

Submissions from 1874

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A successful case of abdominal section for intussusception., Sir Jonathan Hutchinson

Submissions from 1872

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On the pathology of the morbid state commonly called chronic Brights disease with contracted kidney (arterio-capillary fibrosis)., Sir William Withey Gull and Henry Gawen Sutton

Submissions from 1871

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On sporadic cretinism., Charles Hilton Fagge

Submissions from 1870

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Om adenoide Vegetationer I Naesesvaelgrummet., Hans Wilhelm Meyer

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On supra-condyloid amputation of the thigh., Sir William Stokes

Submissions from 1867

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On a case of muscular atrophy, with disease of the spinal cord and medulla oblongata., Jacob Augustus Lockhart Clarke and John Hughlings Jackson

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On the influence of inadequate operations on the theory of cancer., Charles Hewitt Moore

Submissions from 1865

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On intermittent haematuria; with remarks upon its pathology and treatment., George Harley

Submissions from 1864

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On a new method of procuring the consolidation of fibrin in certain incurable aneurisms., Charles Hewitt Moore and Charles Murchison

Submissions from 1862

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Case of iliac aneurism., James Syme

Submissions from 1858

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Description of the operation of gastrostomy., John Cooper Forster

Submissions from 1856

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Cases of a peculiar enlargement of the lymphatic glands frequently associated with disease of the spleen., Sir Samuel Wilks Bart.

Submissions from 1854

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On the keloid of Alibert, and on true keloid., Thomas Addison and Sir William Withey Gull

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Observations on certain pathological conditions of the blood and urine in gout, rheumatism and Brights disease., Sir Alfred Baring Garrod

Submissions from 1852

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On some of the principal effects resulting from the detachment of fibrinous deposits from the interior of the heart, and their mixture with the circulating blood., William Senhouse Kirkes

Submissions from 1850

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Two cases of absence of the thyroid body and symmetrical swellings of fat tissue at the sides of the neck, connected with defective cerebral development., Thomas Blizard Curling

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Case of mollities and fragilitas ossium., William Macintyre

Submissions from 1848

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Observations on certain pathological conditions of the blood and urine in gout, rheumatism and Brights disease., Sir Alfred Baring Garrod

Submissions from 1847

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Case of internal strangulation of intestine relieved by operation., Golding Bird and John Hilton

Submissions from 1846

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On a luminous appearance of the human eye, and its application to the detection of disease of the retina and posterior part of the eye., William Cumming

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On the capacity of the lungs, and on the respiratory functions, with a view of establishing a precise and easy method of detecting disease by the spirometer., John Hutchinson

Submissions from 1842

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On acute ulceration of the duodenum, in cases of burn., Thomas Blizard Curling

Submissions from 1840

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On a remarkable effect upon the human gums produced by the absorption of lead., Henry Burton

Submissions from 1839

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On the structure, physiology, and pathology of the persistent capsular investments and pulp of the tooth., Alexander Nasmyth

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A case of disease in the posterior columns of the spinal cord., Edward Stanley

Submissions from 1836

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Observations on jaundice; more particularly on that form of the disease with accompanies the diffused inflamation of the substance of the liver., Richard Bright

Submissions from 1833

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On the glanders in the human subject., John Elliotson

Submissions from 1832

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On some morbid appearances of the absorbent glands and spleen., Thomas Hodgkin

Submissions from 1827

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Case of axillary aneurism successfully treated by tying the subclavian artery., Charles Aston Key

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Case of carotid aneurism successfully treated by tying the artery above the aneurismal tumor., James Wardrop

Submissions from 1823

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An essay on the proximate cause of the disease called phlegmasia dolens., David Daniel Davis

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Account of a singular variety of urine, which turned black soon after being discharged; with some particulars respecting its chemical properties., Alexander John Gaspard Marcet

Submissions from 1819

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Case of periodical affection of the eyes and chest., John Bostock

Submissions from 1818

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Experiments on the transfusion of blood by the syringe., James Blundell

Submissions from 1817

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Cases of Fungus haematodes, with observations., George Langstaff

Submissions from 1816

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Observations on the treatment of varicose veins of the legs., Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie

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Case of a wound of the peroneal artery successfully treated by a ligature., George James Guthrie

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Case of inguinal aneurism cured by tying the external iliac artery., John Smith Soden

Submissions from 1814

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A case of aneurism of the gluteal artery, cured by tying the internal iliac., William Stevens

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A case of aneurism of the gluteal artery, cured by tying the internal iliac., William Stevens

Submissions from 1812

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Case of diseased appendix vermiformis., John William Keys Parkinson

Submissions from 1811

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A case of aneurism by anastomosis in the orbit, cured by the ligature of the common carotid artery., Benjamin Travers

Submissions from 1809

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A case of aneurism of the carotid artery., Sir Astley Paston Cooper Bart.