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Case Reports

Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Bernard Glueck Papers

Identifier: MS C 630

Correspondence, anonymized patient case histories, lecture notes and presentations, subject files, and writings document the professional life of psychiatrist and criminal mental health expert Bernard Glueck.

Dates: 1903-1972

Henry Nelson Harkins Papers

Identifier: MS C 263

Dr. Henry Harkins was with the Department of Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Washington from 1947. The collection contains correspondence, biographical data, research studies, typescripts of talks and lectures, operative records and case reports, memoranda, diaries, reprints and printed matter, certificates and diplomas, and photographs.

Dates: 1912-1971

Hospital diary of Eugene Hillhouse Pool

Identifier: MS C 289

Contains case reports kept by Major Pool while on active duty with the American Expeditionary Forces in France during the spring and summer of 1918.

Dates: 1918

James Wenceslas Papez Papers

Identifier: MS C 416

Neuroanatomist, member of the faculty of Emory University, 1914-1920, and Cornell Medical School, 1920-1950, and Director of the Laboratory for Biological Research, Columbus State Hospital, Ohio, 1951-1958. Contains correspondence, photographs, typescripts, diagrams, drawings, notes and printed matter chiefly documenting Papez' work in comparative neuroanatomy from 1920 to 1958, as well as his curatorship of the Wilder Brain Collection at Cornell University.

Dates: 1898-1987

Sydenham Hospital Records

Identifier: MS C 243

The bulk of the collection consists of patient medical case histories. Records are complete for the years 1909 to 1924, but because of the size of the collection, only a sample of every tenth record for the years 1924 to 1949 were retained. From 1909 to its closing in 1949, Sydenham Hospital was maintained by the Baltimore City Health Department for the isolation and treatment of communicable diseases such as polio, diphtheria, measles, scarlet fever, smallpox, and chicken pox.

Dates: 1909-1962