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Journal of Orificial Surgery

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Published by Pratt & Holbrook, Publishers. .
Written in English


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A widow of forty-six came into my office, heavily veiled and requested a private interview. She handed me a copy of The Journal of Orificial Surgery, with a request that I read page On this page was an article giving the symptoms of nymphomania caused by a hooded clitoris. "The Morbid History of Victorian Surgery Crucial Interventions" by Richard Barnett from Thames & Hudson. Morbidly Beautiful Pictures Reveal The Horror Of Surgery In The Victorian Era Grisly: Illustration from a book shows how surgeons tying up the arteries .

The US "Orificial Surgery Society" for female "circumcision" operated until , and clitoridectomies and infibulations would continue to be advocated by some through the s. As late as , L. E. Holt, an author of pediatric textbooks, advocated both circumcision and female genital mutilation as a treatment for masturbation. The course of sexuality for the American female has gone through remarkable changes, Orificial surgery, its philosophy, application and technique. Newark, N. J.: Physicians Drug News Co., Journal of Marriage and the Family, , 33, –Cited by: 3.

John S. Haller,Jr., provides the first modern history of the Eclectic school of American sectarian medicine. The Eclectic school (sometimes called the "American School") flourished in the mid-nineteenth century when the art and science of medicine was undergoing a profound crisis of faith. Sep 01,  · Subscribe to the JAMA Surgery journal September 1, , Vol , No. 9, Pages This Month in. This Month in Archives of Surgery. Abstract Full Text. free access Orificial Surgery. Ira M. Rutkow, MD, MPH, DrPH Abstract Full Text. Arch.


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Journal of Orificial Surgery, Volume 2 [Anonymous] on prosportsfandom.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book was originally published prior toand represents a Author: Anonymous. Edwin Hartley Pratt (–), or E.H. Pratt, was a prominent American practitioner of homeopathic medicine in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

He originated the briefly popular practice of "orificial surgery", which sought to cure a variety of physical and psychological ills by surgical corrections to the various orifices of the body. Get this book in print. Journal of Orificial Surgery, Volume 9 hemorrhoids Homeopathic hot water human hypertrophy hypnotism hysterectomy inch incision insanity insomnia iodoform irritation Journal of Orificial laceration massage medicine ment mental method mind months mucous membrane muscles nervous system normal nutrition organs.

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Embed this book. Version. UTC About the version. Journal of orificial surgery. v.3 / Jan 16,  · Orificial Surgery Was a Gruesome 19th-Century Sham Medicine he became editor-in-chief of the Journal of Orificial Surgery.

“With continued success,” Rutkow writes, “Pratt’s confidence Author: Natasha Frost. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Journal of Orificial Surgery, Volume 8 at prosportsfandom.comnd: Anonymous.

The Vagina Readers of the s. A very short book excerpt As a “genitologist” reported in the Journal of Orificial Surgery about one of his recent patients, she was a “woman of great. This textbook is an introduction and guide to undergraduate surgery. It has been a bestseller since its first edition in The philosophy of this book is to focus on the level of knowledge and the approach that would be expected of the better students reaching the end of their undergraduate training.

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Get Free shipping & CoD options across prosportsfandom.com: Books. I performed an orificial operation, consisting of circumcision He needed the rightful punishment of cutting pains after his illicit pleasures." N.

Bergman, Report of a Few Cases of Circumcision, Journal of Orificial Surgery, vol. 7 (): pp Get this book in print The New Way: A Monthly Journal Devoted to the RationalVolume 1, Issue 1 science mental muscular system narcosis night nourish nursing Ohio ordered orificial irritation orificial philosophy orificial surgery orificial treatment orificialist pain patient peristaltic pessary physician predisposing cause.

Elizabeth also had an impressive medical background: after obtaining her M.D. from the New York Medical College and Hospital for Women inshe specialized in gynecology and surgery, enrolling in the Chicago Homeopathic Medical College from to study orificial surgery. Surgery definition is - a branch of medicine concerned with diseases and conditions requiring or amenable to operative or manual procedures.

How to use surgery in a. Author(s): Pratt,E H(Edwin Hartley), Title(s): A needed reform in abdominal surgery. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [Chicago?]: [publisher not identified], [?] Suture Techniques Publication Type(s): Case Reports Notes: Caption title.

Reprinted from the Journal of orificial surgery, July Signed at end. The subject of male circumcision is highly taboo in America.

Most men-and this includes doctors-would prefer not to think about circumcision, and can become defensive when the subject is brought up. Most American men have never even seen an intact human penis. Circumcision is not a benign surgery. Edwin Hartley Pratt was a homeopathic physician who eventually wrote in his book, The Philosophy of Orificial Surgery, that there was one predisposing cause for all forms of chronic diseases: “and that is a nerve-waste occasioned by orificial irritation at the lower openings of the body.”.

Bergman, Report of a Few Cases of Circumcision, Journal of Orificial Surgery, vol. 7 (): pp. Not infrequently marital unhappiness would be better. A Short History of Circumcision in the U.S. In Physicians' Own Words % of the U.S.

male population circumcised "In cases of masturbation we must, I believe, break the habit by inducing such a condition of the parts as will cause too much local suffering to allow of the practice being continued.

Surgery. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader term: Medicine; Narrower terms: Surgery -- Atlases; Surgery -- Case studies; Surgery.A Short History of Circumcision in North America: In the Physicians' Own Words.

The following quotes, culled from the medical literature, in the physicians' own words, allow us to trace the history of the medical profession's view of circumcision with great accuracy.He originated the briefly popular practice of 'orificial surgery', which sought to cure a variety of physical and psychological ills by surgical corrections to the various orifices of the body.

He was the founder and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Orificial Surgery.