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Identifier: MSS 2/016
Scope and Contents Anderson attacks the current understanding of fistula lacrymalis, describes the anatomy and physiology of the tear ducts, and advises opening the sac for relief. Two cases (dated May, 1831) are used for illustration.
Dates: circa 1830s
Identifier: MSS 2/213
Scope and Contents This small collection of Nathan L. Hatfield's papers, 1821-1826, documents his medical education and early career and personal interests. The collection contains notes on lectures from both the University of Pennsylvania and the first session of Jefferson Medical College. Also included are a few samples of Hatfield's writings, such as the draft of an application to the Managers of the Philadelphia Alms House for resident student status, essays, a eulogy on Samuel Williston Lebeau, and the...
Dates: 1821 - 1826