United States. Navy Department. Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (Board of Naval Surgeons)
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Examination questions from the United States Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Identifier: MSS 1/001-01
Scope and Contents Examination questions and responses to Naval Medical Board at U. S. Naval Asylum, Philadelphia, from D. Warren Brickell, 1847, and H. Lawrence Sheldon, 1856. Brickell gives description of iritis and its treatment. Sheldon responds to twelve questions and describes fistula lacrymalis; scarlatina; delivery by the feet; composition of light; definition of dew point; nux vomica; branches of intestinal iliac; lacrimal apparatus; structure and function of liver; morbid changes in blood; rheumatism;...
Dates: 1847, 1856
Samuel Patterson, Jr. essay and examination questions
Identifier: MSS 2/210
Scope and Contents Collection contains essay on the medicinal and therapeutic uses of iron and twelve examination questions with responses by Samuel D. Patterson, 1858 Apr. 19 and 20. Essay and questions form part of Patterson’s application for admission to the Medical Corps of the U.S. Navy. Essay was written at the U.S. Naval Home in Philadelphia and presented to the Board of Naval Surgeons of the Navy’s Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.