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Identifier: 10a 459
Scope and Contents One volume of notes on Chapman’s lectures on the practice of medicine. Internal references to Dr. Jackson, Professor of Practice, in Boston, and Dr. Physick’s recent experiments, imply a date prior to 1835. Lectures include diseases of the digestive and respiratory systems, dropsy, scrofula, and marasmus. Cullen’s classification of diseases is listed on the verso of the title page.
Identifier: MSS 2/088
Scope and Contents Volume of student notes taken in Latin by Jacques Lamarque on lectures of Jacques Lazerme at Montpellier, France, 1729. Contents include descriptions and treatment of internal diseases, such as mania and epilepsy, then diseases of eye, ear, nose, mouth and teeth, chest, abdomen, fevers, diseases of women, diseases of infants, and venereal diseases. Section on venereal diseases may be based on either lectures of Jean Astruc or Astruc’s teachings as related by Lazerme.Entitled...
Identifier: MSS 2/083
Scope and Contents Three volumes bound as one containing beginning of Chapman’s lecture course on practice of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Volume 1 concerns description and treatment of fevers, including yellow fever; volume 2, hemorrhages; and volume 3, respiratory diseases, including croup, asthma, and consumption.