A light on medical practice in 19th-century Canada: The medical manuscripts of Dr. John Mackieson of Charlottetown

Shephard, David A.E.
August 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;08/11/98, Vol. 159 Issue 3, p253
Academic Journal
Analyzes the medical manuscripts of 19th-century Canadian physician John Mackieson. His career in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; His four medical manscripts; Value of the manuscripts; Mackieson's work; The art of medicine; Two excerpts from the case records.


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