Tag Archive: digital highlight

Digital Highlight: “La question sexuelle”

Turn the pages above or follow this link to go to Auguste Forel’s La question sexuelle : exposée aux adultes cultivés (1906). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

Digital Highlight: Dissertation on Opium

This week, check out original sources on opium use: Click through the pages above or follow this link to read William G. Smith’s An inaugural dissertation on opium embracing its history, chemical analysis and use and abuse as a medicine… …

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Digital Highlight: Gunshot Wounds

This week, check out original sources on gunshot wounds: As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please visit our full collection!

Digital Highlight: S. Weir Mitchell

This week, check out original sources on S. Weir Mitchell: You can click through the pages above or follow this link to read Charles W. Burr’s S. Weir Mitchell, physician, man of science, man of letters, man of affairs (1920). And …

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Digital Highlight: William Osler

This week, check out original sources on William Osler: You can click through the pages above or follow this link to go to Harvey Cushing’s William Osler, the man (1920). As always, for more from the Medical Heritage Library, please …

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Digital Highlight: Ambroise Paré

This week, check out original sources on Ambroise Paré: You can click through the pages above or follow this link to see Claude Stephen Le Paulmier’s Ambroise Paré; d’après de nouveau documents découverts aux Archives nationales et des papiers de famille …

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Digital Highlight: The Hahnemannian Monthly

This Friday, check out one of our journals: This volume of the Hahnemannian Monthly includes, among other things including articles on the therapeutic use of vinegar, a full specimen of the human cerebro-spinal nervous system. The illustration is from the leading …

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Digital Highlight: Anatomischer Atlas für Studierende und Ärzte

This week, check out one of our anatomy texts: You can click through the pages above or follow this link to see Carl Toldt and Alois Dalla Rosa’s Anatomischer Atlas für Studierende und Ärzte (1908). As always, for more from the …

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Digital Highlight: Culpeper’s Complete Herbal

This week, have a close look at one of the lovely herbals that are part of our collection: You can turn the pages above or follow the link below to flip through the volume. Nicholas Culpeper, author of Culpeper’s complete …

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Digital Highlight: Penal Colony Voyages

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In 1817, Thomas Reid accepted an appointment as “Surgeon and Superintendant” of male convicts on the Neptune, a ship carrying prisoners sentenced to transportation from England to New South Wales. Transportation was a relatively new solution to the problem of overflowing …

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