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Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
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Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
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Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
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Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of ture of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
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Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
Sims, James Marion 1813-1883 Surgeon; born in Lancaster county, S. C., Jan. 25, 1813; graduated at the South Carolina College in 1832, and at the Jefferson Medical College in 1835; established a new theory of the origin and nature of trismus nascentium; discovered how to operate for vesicovaginal fistula and invented instruments for the same; called attention to both of these in 1845; settled in New York in 1853 and later obtained a charter to establish the Woman's Hospital of the State of New York, for which New York City gave a site. Dr. Sims was identified with many learned societies in the United States and Europe, and was president of the American Medical Association. He died in New York City, Nov. 13, 1883.
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