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U.S. Naval Board of Medical Surgeons examinations, theses, and letters of introduction collection
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Letters of introduction (A.L.s.) and handwritten medical examinations and theses are addressed to the U.S. Naval Board of Medical Surgeons and later the Naval Board of Medical Examiners. Letters include some details on stationing and experience with ships' surgeons. Written examinations and brief theses describe diseases and treatments and include: W.S. Bell on surgical anatomy of the neck -- G.H.B. Guillou on gonorrhea -- G.W. Howell on pneumonia -- O.S. Inglehart on history, preparation and uses of squills -- E. Hudson on water and its medicinal virtues -- Dr. Kellogg on epistaxis -- J.W. Lowell on varieties and treatment of aneurysm -- C.D. Mackineer on rheumatism -- A. Miles on remittant fever -- J.N.K. Monmonier on history, preparations and uses of acetic acid -- J.C. Palmer on diseases of the liver -- D.B. Phillips on effects of habitual and long continued use of fermented and distilled liquors -- A. Rice on peritonitis -- C.H. Wheelwright on phthisis pulmonalis -- S.G. White on burns and scalds.
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