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Correspondence with T. Spencer Wells, F.R.C.S. ... on ovariotomy

by George Richard Jesse

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Published by Pickering in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vivisection,
  • Ovariectomy

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsWells, Spencer, 1818-1897, Doran, Alban Henry Griffiths, 1849-1927, former owner, Royal College of Surgeons of England
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p. ;
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26254915M

    Autograph Letter Signed ('T. Spencer Wells') to W. F. Cleveland, arranging a joint consultation, and inviting him to 'see me do ovariotomy'. Author: Sir Thomas Spencer Wells (), surgeon to Queen Victoria and President of the Royal College of Surgeons [William . SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE. LIVERPOOL. [FRONI OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] T/he Liverpool lfedical Institution. AT the second and third meetings of the session at the Medical Institu tion, the following interesting. cases were brought forward. Dr. Carter described a case of Cancer of the Liver. The patient came into the hospital for suppression of urine.

      The career of Ephraim McDowell, who blazed the trial in the United States, performing the first ovariotomy in , and pioneering British surgeons such as Spencer Wells Cited by: JOURNAL: LN i Beinzg the journal ofthe British Medical Association. S.C No. ] {AW4 SP& SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I5, i{RA"."}s 6d. (cntento. ANADDRESSon the REVIVAL of OVARIOTOMY, and its IN- FLUENCEon MODERNSUR- GERY. Deliveredat the openingof the Midland Medical Society, at Bir. minghan, November 5th, By Sir SPENCER WELLS, Bart., LatePre .

    School,"Theetc. etc. PAUL SWAIN, F.R.C.S., Surge:on to tle Ro.I Edinb^rttstandard text-book in the Englishlangutage."-A!bert Hospital, Devonport. Afedien a70oteta. J &A. CH 'CII.., ton S:rect. "The book is the most comprehensive of any that &A. CUHIL'__ ri have in late years been published on the Practice ofr-_ Medicine."-B. CHARLES CLAY: T H E FATHER OF OVARIOTOMY IN ENGLAND She was then lifted into bed, 45 minutes from the commencement of the operation, â cheerful and complaining only of a pain about the last lumbar vertebra and the right iliac fossa.â Fourteen hours latq, an enema with castor oil was given and as it was not rejected this was repeated and the.


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Spencer Wells Topics Vivisection Publisher London: Pickering. The Royal College of Surgeons of England. This banner text can have markup. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : T.

Spencer Wells. SPENCER WELLS, F.R.C.S., Professor of Surgery and Pathology in the College ; and Consulting Surgeon to the Samaritan Hospital. Lecture W?June 21 si, Amount of Human Life Saved by Ovariotomy?Antiseptics in Abdominal Surgery.

President and Gentlemen,?In the arrangement of. select article london surgical home.: eleven cases of ovarian disease, in which ovariotomy was performed, with recovery in six.

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Spencer Wells, T.W. Nunn. Pages Download PDF; select article COCAINE. Correspondence Full text access SUCCESSFUL OPERATION FOR HERNIA IN A. Thomas Spencer Wells recalled in his thoughts about continuing with ovariotomy after his first attempt in had ended in the death of the patient, revealing that the fatality had led him to ‘fear that I might be entering upon a path which would lead rather to an unenviable notoriety than to a sound professional reputation’.Author: Sally Frampton.

Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. The book contained detailed information on all Wells’ ovariotomy cases and was widely praised for being the first complete record of a surgeon’s experience with the operation, detailing both successes and failures.

What is most significant about the book from the Cited by: 3. Spencer Wells, of London, whose brilliant career as an ovariotomist began inwrote to me on the 29th of April,that he had just had his nine hundred and thirty- eighth case.

Thomas Keith, of Edinburgh, whose career in this field of surgery is also wonderfully brilliant, informs me, in a letter written a short time previously. Domestic ovariotomy with carbolic spray. (Source: T.

Spencer Wells, On Ovarian and Uterine Tumours Their Diagnosis and Treatment (London: J. & A. Churchill, ), p. ) Carbolic spray developed by Robert Alexander Gibbons. (Source: EMJ (), –)   Thomas Spencer Wells, ‘An Inaugural Address on the Revival of Ovariotomy, and Its Influence on Modern Surgery’, Lancetno.

(15 November ): ; Charles Cullingworth, ‘A Tabular Statement of Sixty-Four Abdominal Sections; Including Forty-Five Completed Ovariotomies with Remarks’, Lancetno. (30 July ): Author: Sally Frampton. Corresponded with T. Spencer-Wells and other medical men on ovariotomy.

Pamphlets and cuttings, and MS material on public rights of way. Coll by GRJ (Was he seeking out dog walks?) A collection of cuttings relating to hydrophobia.

Coll by GRJ Publications, pamphlets and tracts on vivisection. Coll by GRJ and Feb.-~~~__17 ]T E RI Z E EI C JL THE HUNTERIAN ORATION, Dvlivered tw nRIyelC'ollta ofSargeonsof tEnrland BY T. SPENCER WELLS, F.R.C.S., President of the College. VICE-PRESIDENT, MYLORDS, AND GZENTLxEENq,-Just seventy years ago, MatthewBaillie and Everard Home,being,to use their ownwords,"desirous of showingalasting mark of respect to the Cited by: This Journal.

Back; Journal Home; Online First; Current Issue; All Issues; Special Issues; About the journal; Journals. Back; The Lancet; The Lancet Child Author: r Wells. In April,Spencer Wells in company with Mr.

Nunn, of the Middlesex Hospital, assisted Mr. Baker Brown in his eighth case of ovariotomy. This was the first time Wells had seen that operaton. The result, like six out of nine cases, was not satisfactory. In discussing the opera.

Full text of "Biography of Ephraim McDowell M.D., "the father of ovariotomy"" See other formats.Full text of "The Biography of Ephraim McDowell, M.D.: "the Father of Ovariotomy."" See other formats. Spencer Wells had unsuccessfully performed a splenectomy in Twelve out of the 34 operations had been performed in Britain, with Thornton's the only success (pp.

–17). By DecemberSpencer Wells had been successful. See Wellspp. – This had increased to two successes for Wells by the end of Cited by: 5.