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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Medicine and Surgery in the United States. (search)
T. Trall, who opened a hydropathic institute in New York in 1844, and Joel Shew, at Lebanon Springs, N. Y.1845 Left subclavian artery tied by J. Kearney Rodgers1846 Collodion first applied to surgical purposes by J. Parker Maynard in Boston1847 Elizabeth Blackwell graduated M. D. at the medical school of Geneva, N. Y. (the first woman in the United States´╝ëJan., 1849 First excision of the hip-joint in the United States performed by Henry J. Bigelow, professor in Harvard College1852 Elkanah Williams, of Cincinnati, earliest specialist in ophthalmology, begins practice1855 Arteria innominata tied for the first time by Valentine Mott, of New York (1818) ; by R. W. Hall, of Baltimore (1830); by E. S. Cooper, of San Francisco (1859) ; and again, being the first case in which the patient's life was saved, by A. W. Smyth, of New Orleans1864 Horace Green, said to have been the first specialist in diseases of the throat and lungs, died1866 Centennial international medical congress he