III. Books, Monographs and Chapter in English – Supplemented through 2000
Lawrence Charles Parish, MD, John Thorne Crissey, MD, and Jennifer L. Parish, MD
Supplements to this bibliographic record of history of dermatology citations in English have been published every five years since the 1970’s. There continues to be an increase in the number of published periodical presentations, reflecting the continual growth of interest in the history of dermatology.
Although computer searches are readily available, we have found that many historical papers are not indexed, either because they appear in publications not indexed by Index Medicus or because their historical thrust was not readily apparent. We have consulted library files, computer searches, and serendipity to include appropriate entries. An * indicates directs the reader to related entries in earlier installment. The style of the citations has not been converted to the Vancouver style, but rather remains the same as in previous editions with the exception of truncated second page numbers.
Previous installments were
I. Journal Articles in English. Arch Dermatol 108:351-66, 1973.
Supplemented through 1975. Int J Dermatol 15:525-32, 1976.
Supplemented through 1980. Int J Dermatol 20:555-61, 1981.
Supplemented through 1985. Int J Dermatol 25:535-40, 1986.
Supplemented through 1990. Int J Dermatol 30:435-40, 1991.
Supplemented through 1995. Int J Dermatol 35:430-7, 1996.
Supplemented through 2000 Clin Dermatol 19:xxxxx, 2001
II. Obituaries and Biographies in English before 1973
A through L. Arch Dermatol 111:1036-1048, 1975.
M through Z. Arch Dermatol 111:1188-1198, 1975.
Supplemented through 1975. Int J Dermatol 15:602-7, 1976.
Supplemented through 1980. Int J Dermatol 20:497-503, 1981.
Supplemented through 1985. Int J Dermatol 25:598-605, 1986.
Supplemented through 1990. Int J Dermatol 30:509-15, 1991.
Supplemented through 1995. Int J Dermatol 35:510-7, 1996.
Supplemented through 2000 Clin Dermatol 19:xxxxxx, 2001.
III Books, Monographs, and Chapters in English before 1975 Int J Dermatol 15:206-214, 1976.
Supplemented through 1980. Int J Dermatol 20:390-2, 1981.
Supplemented through 1985. Int J Dermatol 25:468-9, 1986.
Supplemented through 1990. Int J Dermatol 30:581-3, 1991.
Supplemented through 1995. Int J Dermatol 35:585-6, 1996.
Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Biology, Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Department of Dermatology and Syphilology, University of Southern California School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California, and Department of Dermatology, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana.
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Lawrence Charles Parish, M. D.
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Subject Index to References
Dermatologists, biography, individual
__ *William Allen Pusey (1865-1940) 1
__ *Jay Frank Schamberg (1870-1934) 1
__ *Francis John Shepherd (1851-1929) 3
__ *Daniel Turner (1667-1741) 17
Dermatology, by geographic location
__ Australia 13
__ Europe 5
__ Korea 2
__ United States, New York 4
Dermatology, by period
__ 20th century 7
__ History, general, 8
__ Societies (see Societies, dermatological)
Skin disease, subdivided,
__ Scrofula 11
__ Sweating sickness 11
__ Therapy 16
____ cryosurgery 6
____ electrolysis 13
____ soft tissue augmentation 12
__ Tuberculosis see scrofula
__ Vitiligo 9
__ Manhattan Dermatological Society 4
__ Metropolitan Dermatological Society 4
Wax models 10
Yonsei University College of Medicine 2
1. American National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999.
2. Bang, D.: Eighty Years of History. Department of Dermatology, Yonsei University College of Medicine. Seoul: private printing, 1997. P.1- 571.
3. Bensley, E. H.: McGill Medical Luminaries. Montreal, Osler Library, 1990. p. 47-9.
4. Cipolarro, V. A.: The Manhattan- Metropolitan Dermatological Society Centennial 1900-2000. New York: private printing, 2000. p.1-12.
Crissey, J. T., Parish, L. C.: Historical aspects of nail disease. p. 3-11. see 15.
5. da Fonseca, A.: Dermatology in Europe: a historical approach. Lisbon: Schering-Plough, 1997. p. 1-400.
6. Dawber, R., Culver, G., Jackson, A.: Historical and scientific basis of cyrosurgery, in Cutaenous Cryosurgery. London, Martin Dunitz, 1997 p. 5-26.
7 Dyall-Smith, D., O’Brien. I.: Dermatological Discoveries of the 20th Century. New York: Parthenon, 1999. p. 1 – 199.
Dzubow, L. M., Goldman, G.: Introduction to soft tissue augmentation., p. 1-23. see 12
8. Freedberg, I. M.,. Eisen, A. Z., Wolff, K.. et al: Dermatology in General Medicine. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1999.
9. Hahn, S. K., Nordlund, J. J.: Vitiligo. Oxford: Blackwell Science, 2000. p. 1 – 306.
10. Holubar, K. Institute for the History of Medicine, University of Vienna. Vienna: private printing, 1999. p. 82.
Holubar, K., Wallach. D.: History of dermatology: a bicentennial perception. p. 5-6. see 8
Kipple, K. F.: Ergotism and erysipelas: Saint Anthony’s fire. In: Plague, Pox & Pestilence, p. 32-7.
11. Kipple, K. F.: Plague, Pox & Pestilence. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1997, p. 1 -176.
Kipple, K. F.: Scrofula: the king’s evil and struma africana. In: Plague, Pox & Pestilence, p. 44-9. see 11
Kipple, K. F.: Sweating sickness: an English mystery. In: Plague, Pox & Pestilence, p. 156-9. see 11
12. Klein, A. W.: Tissue Augmentation in Clinical Practice. New York: Marcel Dekker, 1998.
Kopera, D.: History and cultural aspects of vitiligo. see 9.
13. Milne, T.: From Clique to College: a history of the foundation of the Australian College of Dermatologists. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 2000.
Parish, L. C.: Jay Frank Schamberg., p. 357-8. see 1
Parish, L. C.: William Allen Pusey. p. 950-2. see 1
14. Richards, R. N., Meharg, G. E.: Cosmetic and Medical Electrolysis and Temporary Hair Removal. Toronto: Medric Ltd,1992, p 7. 17-8.
15. Scher, R. K., Daniels, C. R.: Nails: Therapy, Diagnosis, Surgery. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1997.
16. Stiller, M. T.: The golden age of dermatologic therapy: retrospective and overview (1945-1995). In: Yearbook of Dermatology, 1997, p. 1-7.
17. Wilson, P. K.: Surgery, Skin and Syphilis: Daniel Turner’s London (1667-1741). Amsterdam: Rodpi, 1999., p. 1-312.
18. Yegül, F.: Baths and Bathing in Classical Antiquity. New York: Architectual History Foundation, 1995., p 1-501.