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LevelSeries
Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)US51/6-72
TitleMedical publications and other writings by Sir Arthur Thomson
Date1921-1977
DescriptionIncludes some items that are undated, and several additional unnumbered items:

/6 Personal reprints - typescript list of reprints and publications

/7 'A Case of Decerebrate Rigidity in an Infant, Associated With Diffuse Softening of the Cerebral Cortex and Calcification of the Cerebral Vessels' by A. P. Thomson and A. Piney. Reprinted from The Lancet, 1921, II, 1105

/8 'Glycaemia'. Reprinted from The Queen's Medical Magazine, May 1923

/9 'The Clinical Use of Insulin'. Reprinted from the British Medical Journal, 15 March 1924

/10 'The Rheumatic Child' (A paper read at the Bristol Congress, 1926). The Journal of State Medicine, The Official Journal of the Royal Institute of Public Health, Vol.34, No.10, October 1926

/11 'Science Committee: Second Report of the Subcommittee on Rheumatic Heart Disease in Children. Prevention and Control of Rheumatic Infection in Children'. Reprinted from the Supplement to the British Medical Journal, April 16, 1927

/12 'A Study of Rheumatism in Children'. Reprinted from The Birmingham Medical Review, Vol.1, No.7, New Series, 1926

/13 'Science Committee: Report of Special Subcommittee on Rheumatic Heart Disease in Children'. Supplement to the British Medical Journal, 3 July 1926

/14 'A Case of Malignant Change Developing in a Tumour of the Recto-Genital Pouch Associated with Diffuse Infiltration of the Lungs and Intense Erythraemia' by Stanley Barnes, A. P. Thomson and F. W. M. Lamb. Quarterly Journal of Medicine, Vol.19, No.74, January 1926

/15 'Plague and Pestilence'. Birmingham Medical Review, Volume II, No.9, September 1927. *With author's manuscript notes and typescript additions

/16 'A Case of Sinus Thrombosis with Recovery After Ligature of the Right Innominate Vein' by F. W. Sydenham and A. P. Thomson. Birmingham Medical Review, Vol.II, No.7, July 1927

/17 'Report of the Cancer Research Committee of the General Hospital, Birmingham, on the Treatment of Malignant Disease with Lead'. Parts 1, 2 and 4 by A. P. Thomson, Part 3 by E. Sanders and E. Ashley Cooper. 1927

/18 'A Case of Hereditary Familial Telangiectasis' by A. P. Thomson and F. W. Mason Lamb. Birmingham Medical Review, Volume III, No.9, September 1928

/19 'Observations on the Treatment of Malignant Disease with Lead. Communicated to the International Cancer Conference in London, July 1928' [no indication of where the paper was published]

/20 'The Organization of Institutional Treatment for Rheumatic Children'. Reprinted from Proceedings of a Conference on Rheumatic Diseases held at Bath, 10th and 11th May 1928

/21 'Some Observations on the 'Modern Theory' of Renal Secretion, With an Account of a Case of Renal Glycosuria'. Reprinted from The Lancet, 18 October 1924, pp.792

/22 'A Review of the Later Results of Insulin Treatment' (being the substance of a post-graduate lecture at the General Hospital, Birmingham). Reprinted from the British Medical Journal, 3 April 1926

PLUS Cutting of 'Obstruction of Central Retinal Artery Associated with Chorea' by G. W. Hearn and M. J. Roper Hall, British Medical Journal, 9 September 1961. With typescript copies of Thomson's letters to the British Medical Journal (1961) and to Dr. Michael Jefferson (1971)

PLUS copy of US51 handlist

/23 Newspaper cuttings from The Lancet, Medical Press & Circular, and British Medical Journal, 27 November, relating to A. P. Thomson's proposal of the toast at an event [possibly the annual dinner of the R.S.M.]. Thomson toasted the guests and talked about maintaining voluntary hospitals

/24 'A case of coarctation of the aorta' by A. P. Thomson and F. W. M. Lamb. Archives of Disease in Childhood, Volume 4, No.24, December 1929

/25 'The effect of variation of the diet in rheumatic children' by A. P. Thomson and S. H. Edgar. Archives of Disease in Childhood, Volume 4, No.21, June 1929

/26 'Psittacosis, with an account of cases of human infection'. Reprinted from The Lancet, 20 July 1929, p.115

/27 'Psittacosis: A Further Account of Cases of Human Infection' by A. P. Thomson with bacteriological reports by W. T. Hillier. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, February 1930, Volume XXIII (Section of Medicine, pp.49-64)

/28 'Psittacosis: A Further Account of Cases of Human Infection' by A. P. Thomson with bacteriological reports by W. T. Hillier. Reprinted from The Lancet, 22 February 1930, p.396

/29 'Eventration of the diaphragm'. Birmingham Medical Review, Volume 5, No.2, February 1930, pp.44-47

/30 'The Clinical Aspects of Psittacosis'. Reprinted from The Practitioner, Volume CXXIV, No.4, pp.377-385, April 1930

/31 Typescript and galley proof of record of a discussion at a meeting, 'Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Tuesday February 10th 1931, Higher carbohydrate diet in diabetes'. Published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine [vol.24 no.9, July 1931, pp.1291-1314]

/32 'A Contribution to the Study of Intermittent Headache'. Reprinted from The Lancet, 30 July 1932, p.229. With letter from H. R. Youngman (4 November 1945) and copy of Thomson's reply (7 November 1945); extracts from The Lancet, containing report on headache research, letters to editor and reply from Thomson; typescript copy of editorial entitled 'Radiology of the Sella Turcica' from the British Journal of Radiology, New Series, Volume 5, No.58, October 1932; and a copy of 'Mastopathia and Chronic Mastitis' by Beckwith Whitehouse, reprint from Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, 15 February 1934, Volume 58 pp. 278-285

/33 'Chemico-Therapy Investigations in Cancer with Special Reference to the Role of Compounds of Lead' by the late Edgar Sanders, F. W. Mason Lamb, A. P. Thomson, and E. A. Cooper. Reprinted from the Birmingham Medical Review, Volume VII, September 1932

/34 'Biochemical Investigations on Cancer' by the late Edgar Sanders, F. W. Mason Lamb, A. P. Thomson and E. A. Cooper. Birmingham Medical Review, Volume VII, No.4, December 1932, pp.312-319

/35 'Synthalin in the Treatment of Diabetes' by A. P. Thomson, R. J. Gittins and Garfield Thomas. Reprinted from the British Medical Journal, 20 February 1932

/36 Typescript copy of letter to the editor of the British Medical Journal about Shoe-Leather Dermatitis, dated 9 February 1932

/37 'Preliminary Communication on the Treatment of Pneumococcal Empyema by Aspiration and Injections of Taurocholate of Soda'. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, October 1933, Volume XXVI (Section for the Study of Disease in Children, pp.76-78)

/38 'Acholuric Jaundice, with increased fragility of the red blood corpuscles appearing after splenectomy'. Reprinted from The Lancet, 18 November 1933 p.1139. With proof copy of Thomson's letter to The Lancet, November 1933; cutting from The Lancet containing letter from Thomson, December 1933; and a letter from T. W. Lloyd, 16 July 1940, and typescript copy of Thomson's reply, 17 July 1940

/39 'The History of Syphilis: Valedictory Address to the Medical Society'. Reprinted from the Queen's Medical Magazine, March 1935

PLUS Newscutting: 'A Healthy Life for the Man of Fifty', Birmingham Post, 31 October 1961

/40 'Certain Aspects of Endocrine Disorders'. Reprinted from The Birmingham Medical Review, June and September 1936

/41 'Certain Aspects of Endocrine Disorders'. Reprinted from the Clinical Journal, November 1936

/42-43 'Post-Operative Care: Medical Aspects'. Reprinted from The Practitioner, Symposium on Post-Operative Care and Convalescence March 1937, Vol. CXXXVIII pp.225-235

/44 'Three Cases of Unusual Illness with Eosinophilia' by A. P. Thomson, G. Haswell Wilson and Stuart McDonald. Reprinted from The Lancet, 3 July 1937, p.9. With cutting of this article from The Lancet and cutting of a leader on the subject from the same issue

/45 'Thrombosis of the Peripheral Veins in Visceral Cancer'. A paper read at a meeting of the Midland Medical Society on 10 November 1937. [Reprinted from the Birmingham Medical Review, volume 12, p.259]. With three cuttings from The Lancet - editorial annotation, letter to the editor from J. D. Rolleston, letter to the editor from R. Cotter - and typescript copy of letter to editor [from Thomson]. Also a letter of thanks for copy of article from John Macpherson, dated 14 July 1967

/46 'Treatment of Brucella Abortus Infection with Fouadin and Prontosil'. British Medical Journal, 29 October 1938. Incomplete (page 884 only)

/47 'Sudden Appearance of Senility After an Accident'. Reprinted from The Lancet, 16 July 1938, p.135

/48-51 'Clicking pneumothorax'. Reprinted from The Lancet, 10 May 1947, p.630. Item 50 also includes a cutting from British Medical Journal (10 December 1949) containing letter from F. A. Ward; typescript copy of letter from Thomson to Ward, 12 December 1949; and reply from Ward to Thomson, 4 January 1950

/52-54 'English Hospitals and the National Health Service: A lecture in the Medical School, Birmingham, 21 July 1948 to the First International Congress of Medical Students'. Reprinted from the British Medical Students' Journal (no volume or page number)

/55 'Problems of Ageing and Chronic Sickness'. The Lumleian Lectures delivered before the Royal College of Physicians of London, 5 and 7 April. Reprinted from the British Medical Journal, 30 July and 6 August 1949, vol.ii pp.243 and 300

/56 As item 55, but includes page from The Times, 9 August 1949, with short piece about Thomson's work and Lumleian lectures under the title 'Care of the Aged Sick'

/57 'Response of the Aged to Stress'. Reprinted from Journal of Gerontology, Vol.6, Supplement No.3, 1951, p.157. With additional typescript note attached, but no information about when/where it was published

/58 'The Hospital Service'. Reprinted from The Lancet, 20 February 1954, p.405

/59 University of Birmingham Gazette, Vol.8, No.2, 11 November 1955, containing article by Thomson about Professor W. H. Wynn. With letter from W. H. Wynn thanking Thomson for his piece (16 November 1955) and from Charles Newman (6 August 1964) thanking Thomson for loaning the Gazette

/60 Cutting of 'Death in the Parrot's Cage'. Extracted and reprinted in Archives of Internal Medicine, Vol.125, June 1970, p.926-931. With letter from Charles Roland, dated 2 March 1970, asking for permission to reproduce the piece (originally published in Practitioner No.176, 1956)

PLUS Letter from Russell Thew, dated 4 April 1975, about Thomson's 'The Problems of Ageing and Chronic Sickness' in Thomson Lowe and McKeown, 1951

PLUS Letter from Harry Meadows, dated 3 November 1971, with thanks for copy of unspecified article

/61 'Der nationale Gesundheitsdienst in Grossbritannien'. Munchener Medizinische Wochenschrift, 101, No.25, 1959, p.1095-1098 (in German)

/62 'The Three Revolutions in Medicine'. The Linacre Lecture delivered at St John's College, Cambridge on 6 May 1959. Reprinted from the British Medical Journal, 8 August 1959, vol. ii, pp.130-134

/63 Typescript copy of 'The Linacre Lecture: The Three Revolutions in Medicine' [1959]

/64 'History and Development of Teaching Hospitals in England' (an address to the Annual General Meeting of the United Sheffield Hospitals). Reprinted from the British Medical Journal, 10 September 1960, vol.ii, pp.749-751

/65 'Medicine Yesterday'. Typescript of lecture, University of Birmingham [1966 or 1969]. With lecture timetable for 'Medicine as Science and Service' course, Autumn 1969

/66 'Medicine Yesterday'. Typescripts of two lectures [?1967 and ?1968]

/67 Paper on psittacosis (9 page typescript) [no date]

/68 'Medical Treatment of Cancer'. Galley proof from The Lancet with author's corrections [no date]

/69 'Psittacosis' (5 page typescript) [no date]

/70 'Diabetes Insipidus' (5 page typescript) [no date]

/71 'Diabetes Mellitus' (22 page typescript) [no date]

/72 'The Bi-Centenary of the General Hospital' [no date]
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