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Identifier: MSS 2/081
Scope and Contents Price’s notes are interleaved with Thomas D. Mütter’s Syllabus of the course of lectures on principles and practice of surgery (Philadelphia, 1847) and expand on printed text. Notes occur in chronological order from 23 October 1848 through 22 February 1849 and consider inflammation, wounds, diseases of bones and joints, abdominal wounds, syphilis, and amputation. There are also a few pages of Price’s review notes, dated February [1849?].
Dates: 1847 - 1894
Identifier: CPP 7/004-01
Overview The Mütter Museum was founded in 1856 when Dr. Thomas Dent Mütter bequeathed his personal medical museum to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. From Thomas Mütter’s collection, the museum grew as a noted repository for unique collections of medical specimens across the world. The Mütter Museum records document the history of this noted institution from 1887 until 2006. Included in the collection are catalogs of item acquisitions, visitor records, event records, and the papers of several...
Dates: 1887 - 2006
Identifier: MSS 2/239
Scope and Contents Student notes by Thomas J. Dunott on surgical lectures of Thomas D. Mütter at Jefferson Medical College, 1852. Notes interleaved with Mütter’s Syllabus of the course of lectures on the principles and practice of surgery. Dunott’s notes concern: amputation; diseases and fractures of bones; inflammation; and wounds and injuries, specifically of head and abdomen. Includes occasional notes on John Kearsley Mitchell’s lectures on practice of medicine.