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Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria

Ephraim McDowell

Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria

by Ephraim McDowell

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Published by University of Kentucky in [Lexington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ovaries -- Diseases,
  • Ovaries -- Tumors

  • Edition Notes

    Microfiche (negative). [Louisville, Ky. : Lost Cause Press, 1972?] 2 cards ; 7.6 x 12.7 cm. ([Kentucky culture series])

    Other titlesObservations on diseased ovaria
    Statementby Ephraim McDowell of Danville, Kentucky ; reprinted from The Eclectic repertory, and analytical review, medical and philosophical (Philadelphia), VII (April, 1817), 242-244 ; with an introduction by Emmet Field Horine, of Brooks, Kentucky
    SeriesKentucky. University. Library Associates. Keepsake no. 7
    ContributionsHorine, Emmet Field, 1885-1964
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[4], 243-244, [1] p. ;
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14546642M

    Purpose: To analyse the historical development of morphine for postoperative analgesia and how this development was shaped by the evolution of anesthetic techniques. Methods: After a systematic review of the literature, information was gathered from primary sources. Principal Findings: In ancient medicine, some plant derivatives were used to alleviate pain including: alcohol, cannabis.   McDowell E. Initial observations on abdominal extirpation of tumours of the ovaria: a report of three cases. The Eclectic Repertory and Analytical Review of .

    Ovarian cancer is rare. Women with a family history of ovarian cancer have an increased risk for the disease. The rate of new cases of ovarian cancer was per , women per year based on – cases, age-adjusted. surgeries in the article “Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria” and in the article “Observations on diseased ovaria.” In the published articles, McDowell documented several ovariotomies he performed, almost all of which were performed on black slaves.

    The American Cancer Society predi new cases of ovarian cancer in the U.S. in Learn about ovarian cancer’s causes, risk factors, and prevention. Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria. Text book of abdominal surgery; a clinical manual for practitioners and students, Edinburgh and London: Y. J. Pentland, Google Scholar: Access Options. My Account. Welcome. You do not have access to this content.


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Get this from a library. Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria. [Ephraim McDowell; Emmet Field Horine]. Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria McDowell, Ephraim CLASSIC PAGES I N OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Lawrence D.

Longo, MD Ephraim McDowell Eclectic Repertory and Analytical Review, Medical and Philosophical, ; May American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Volume.

Am J Obstet Gynecol. May;(5) Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria. Longo LD. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]Cited by: METHODS. In addition to the 2 short case reports by McDowell, 1,2 reference books, 3,4 articles, 5 and the orations of Samuel Gross 6 were scoured to find accounts of McDowell's personal characteristics.

The McDowell House in Danville has been restored at the impetus of the Kentucky Medical Association and now serves not only as the museum, but as a valued research by:   3 CASES OF EXTIRPATION OF DISEASED OVARIA - REPLY: Published in: American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, (5), - MOSBY-ELSEVIER.

ISSN Author: FAAS, MM, SCHUILING, GA, BAKKER, WW: Publisher: OBSTETRIE GYNAECOLOGIE, Reproductive Origins of Adult Health and Disease (ROAHD), Translational Immunology Groningen Cited by: 2.

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Folder 2 St. Joseph Hospital and Health Care Center, Lancaster, Pennsylvania:th Anniversary. Folder 3 Medical Staff. Medical Staff Directory. Preview this book» What people are Account of Three Cases of Extirpation of Diseased Ovaries. Observations on Diseased Ovaria by Dr McDowell Ovarian Operation by Dr Nathan Smith of Connecticut.

Alban G Smiths Case of Ovariotomy. Ephraim McDowell, Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria Eclectic Repertory and Analytical Review 7: () V. Robinson, From The Story of Medicine () Tudor Publishing Company New York 8. Naide, Prolonged television viewing as cause of venous and arterial thrombosis in legs J.A.M.A.

() 9. Emil Ries. The Truth: The story itself is true, and was recorded by Doctor McDowell himself in a report, "Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria," in. Dr. Ephraim McDowell became famous as the pioneer of abdominal surgical techniques.

He performed the same operation on two more women, and published his report “Three Cases of Extirpation of Diseased Ovaria” in He continued practicing medicine until his death, ironically, from an apparent appendicitis on J Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria. Eclectic Repertory Anal Rev.

Houston R. An account of a dropsy in the left ovary of a woman, a cured by a. McDowell E. Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria. Eclectic Repertory and Analytical Review, Medical & Philosophical ; 7: –44 Adrian Roots For more on Case histories see Comment Lancet ; and Perspectives Lancet ; and Photo Researchers / Mary Evans Picture Library Ephraim McDowell by Patrick Davenport.

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McDowell published his results from a number of his surgeries in the article “Three cases of extirpation of diseased ovaria” and in the article “Observations on diseased ovaria.” In the published articles, McDowell documented several ovariotomies he performed, almost all of which were performed on black slaves.

McDowell became famous as the pioneer of abdominal surgical techniques. He performed the same operation on two more women within the next few years and published his report “Three Cases of Extirpation of Diseased Ovaria” in He continued practicing medicine until his death, ironically from an apparent appendicitis, on J He performed the same successful operation on two more women before publishing his landmark report "Three Cases of Extirpation of Diseased Ovaria" in the journal Eclectic Repertory and Analytical Review.

In his career, McDowell performed thirteen ovariotomies, and more than two dozen abdominal and hernia : 3 Ephraim McDowell, “Three Cases of Extirpation of Diseased Ovaria,” Eclectic Repertory and Analytical Review, Medical and Philosophical, 7 (): 4 Samuel David Gross, “Ephraim McDowell, ,” Lives of Eminent American Physicians and Surgeons of the Nineteenth Century, ed.

by S.D. Gross (Philadelphia. The ovaria were retained in their usual position by the remainder of the round and broad ligaments. The fimbriated extremity of the left fallopian tube was found closed, and distended with serum, nearly to the size of a hen's egg, and gradually narrowing along an inch .Ephraim McDowell, “Three Cases of Extirpation of Diseased Ovarium,” The Eclectic Repertory.

7 (),reprinted in Schachner, ; Valentine. McDowell, “Three Cases of Diseased Ovaria,” reprinted in Schachner, Ibid. McDowell described the surgery in a manner which may be disturbing to some readers. We wrote.On Christmas Dayas the residents of Danville, Kentucky, sang carols in their churches, Jane Todd Crawford prepared for a terrible ordeal.

46 years old and the mother of four children, Crawford believed she was pregnant again with twins, but the full term had passed and her belly continued to swell. Onshe consulted the surgeon Ephraim McDowell, who diagnosed a massive.