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Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae

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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132376/a-special-kind-of-practice-the-homeopath-friedrich-von-b%C3%A3-ninghausen-1828-1910
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Marion Baschin
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132375/franz-von-ottenthal-local-integration-of-an-alpine-doctor-s-private-practice-1847-1899
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Elisabeth Dietrich-Daum, Marina Hilber, Eberhard Wolff
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132374/administrative-and-epistemic-aspects-of-medical-practice-caesar-adolf-bloesch-1804-1863
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Lina Gafner
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132373/unlicensed-practice-a-lay-healer-in-rural-switzerland
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Alois Unterkircher, Iris Ritzmann
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132372/medical-bedside-training-and-healthcare-for-the-poor-in-the-w%C3%A3-rzburg-and-g%C3%A3-ttingen-policlinics-in-the-first-half-of-the-nineteenth-century
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Stephanie Neuner, Karen Nolte
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132371/social-mobility-and-medical-practice-johann-friedrich-glaser-1707-1789
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Ruth Schilling
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132370/observationes-et-curationes-nurimbergenses-the-medical-practice-of-johann-christoph-g%C3%A3-tz-1688-1733
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Annemarie Kinzelbach, Susanne Grosser, Kay Peter Jankrift, Marion Ruisinger
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132369/-what-a-magnificent-work-a-good-physician-is-the-medical-practice-of-johannes-magirus-1615-1697
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Sabine Schlegelmilch
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132368/medical-practice-in-context-religion-family-politics-and-scientific-networks
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Ruth Schilling, Kay Peter Jankrift
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132367/medicine-in-practice-knowledge-diagnosis-and-therapy
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Annemarie Kinzelbach, Stephanie Neuner, Karen Nolte
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132366/daily-business-the-organization-and-finances-of-doctors-practices
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Philipp Klaas, Hubert Steinke, Alois Unterkircher
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132365/doctors-and-their-patients-in-the-seventeenth-to-nineteenth-centuries
#13
Marion Baschin, Elisabeth Dietrich-Daum, Iris Ritzmann
How can these finings be interpreted in conclusion? Analysis has revealed firstly that, depending on the chosen period, the socio-geographical situation and the profile of the individual doctor's practice, the clientele varied widely in terms of gender, age and social rank. The consultation behaviour of men and women changed noticeably. Findings overall suggest that up until t8o the gender distribution varied in the individual practices. There was a trend for women to be overrepresented in urban practices during the earlier period...
2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132364/cornucopia-officinae-medicae-medical-practice-records-and-their-origin
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Volker Hess, Sabine Schlegelmilch
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132363/introduction
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Martin Dinges, Michael Stolberg
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2016: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132358/transatlantic-irritability-brunonian-sociology-america-and-mass-culture-in-the-nineteenth-century
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Gavin Budge
The widespread influence exerted by the medical theories of Scottish doctor, John Brown, whose eponymously named Brunonianism radically simplified the ideas of his mentor, William Cullen, has not been generally recognised. However, the very simplicity of the Brunonian medical model played a key role in ensuring the dissemination of medical ideas about nervous irritability and the harmful effects of overstimulation in the literary culture of the nineteenth century and shaped early sociological thinking. This chapter suggests the centrality of these medical ideas, as mediated by Brunonianism, to the understanding of Romanticism in the nineteenth century, and argues that Brunonian ideas shaped nineteenth-century thinking about the effects of mass print culture in ways which continue to influence contemporary thinking about the effects of media...
2014: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132357/an-account-of-william-cullen-john-thomson-and-the-making-of-a-medical-biography
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David E Shuttleton
John Thomson's An Account of the Life, Lectures and Writings of William Cullen (1832; 1859) remains a primary source for the career of the most influential academic physician in eighteenth-century Scotland and is also a significant work of medical history. But this multi-authored text, begun around 1810 by the academic surgeon, John Thomson, but only completed in 1859 by Dr David Craigie, has its own complex history. This chapter addresses what this history can reveal about the development of medical biography as a literary genre...
2014: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132356/magic-mind-control-and-the-body-electric-materia-medica-in-sir-walter-scott-s-library-at-abbotsford
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Lindsay Levy
This chapter examines the medical texts, or "Materia Medica", held by Sir Walter Scott in his library at Abbotsford. While the vast majority of Scott's medical texts are antiquarian, his library also contains rare tracts and ephemera relating to the medical practice of the infamous quack, Dr James Graham (1745-94), and the Burke and Hare controversy of 1828 and its aftermath. Examining Scott's holdings of medical texts in relation to his own health and that of his family and friends, it is argued that the lack of contemporary medical self-help texts in his library is striking and indicative of his stoical attitude towards health, despite his clear interest in medical culture...
2014: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132355/blood-and-the-revenant-in-walter-scott-s-the-fair-maid-of-perth
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Katherine Inglis
In Sir Walter Scott's The Fair Maid of Perth; or St Valentine's Day (1828), the resuscitated subject is referred to as a revenant, a term that Scott borrowed from Henry Thomson's Blackwoodian tale 'Le Revenant' (1827), meaning 'dead-alive'. Taking its cue from the sanguinary subtext of The Fair Maid of Perth, which is fascinated with the shedding of blood and transfusion of fluids, this chapter reads the Scottish revenant as a literary reflection on the extraordinary promise of blood transfusion in the 1820s: that death could be understood as a process, rather than an absolute state, and that medical intervention could restore life to those on the brink of death and even to the recently deceased...
2014: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27132354/phrenological-controversy-and-the-medical-imagination-a-modern-pythagorean-in-blackwood-s-edinburgh-magazine
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Megan J Coyer
The periodical press in the early nineteenth century was a site of dynamic exchange between men of science and men of letters, and Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine was a particularly rich site of expression for medical ideas. This chapter explores the symbiotic relationship between the Blackwoodian prose fiction and the scientific and medical investigations of the Glaswegian surgeon and writer, Robert Macnish (1802-37), and in particular, his explorations of altered states of consciousness and phrenology. It is argued that his prose tales reveal the Blackwoodian 'tale of terror' to be an experimental template for the medical theorist and budding phrenologist, revealing problematic sites for medical hermeneutics in early nineteenth-century Scotland...
2014: Clio Medica: Acta Academiae Internationalis Historiae Medicinae
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