Medical History

Papers
(The TQCC of Medical History is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Plague and the Fall of Baghdad (1258)15
Making the medical mask: surgery, bacteriology, and the control of infection (1870s–1920s)4
Ca’ Granda, an avant-garde hospital between the Renaissance and Modern age: a unique scenario in European history4
Medicine and the critique of war: military psychiatry, social classification and the malingering patient in colonial India3
Reasonable Grounds? The Delayed Introduction of MMR Vaccine in Denmark and the Netherlands, 1977–873
Tibetan medicine with respect to increased attention to the east in Russian society: The second half of the nineteenth century to early twentieth century3
Disease in a Debt Crisis: Financing Global Health, Development and AIDS between WHO and World Bank, 1978–873
Sexually transmitted infections, their treatment and urban change in colonial Leopoldville, 1910–19602
Medical Bacteriology and Medical Genetics, 1880–1940: A Call for Synthesis2
Radium traffic: radiation, science and spiritualism in early twentieth-century Japan2
In search of lost fleas: reconsidering Paul-Louis Simond’s contribution to the study of the propagation of plague2
The Amphibious Nature of AIDS Activism: Medical Professionals and Gay and Lesbian Communities in Norway, 1975–872
Between trust and violence: medical encounters under Japanese military occupation during the War in China (1937–1945)2
Warfare and the launch of medical reform in Britain, 1793–18112
Negotiating medical services in the Madras Presidency: the subordinate perspectives (1882–1935)2
‘A transverse scar on the neck’ – psychosomatic approach in the differential diagnosis and surgical treatment of hyperthyroidism in post-war Finland2
Between colonial medicine and global health: protein malnutrition and UNICEF milk in the Belgian Congo2
The complexities of postcolonial international health: Karl Evang in India 19531
Work, marriage and premature birth: the socio-medicalisation of pregnancy in state socialist East-Central Europe1
A great race of drinkers? Irish interpretations of alcoholism and drinking stereotypes, 1945–19751
Falling from horses: medical controversy in early eighteenth-century England1
Lust for life: coping with tuberculosis in late nineteenth-century Europe1
Sex work, containment and the new discourse of public health in French colonial Levant1
Doctors, families and the industry in the clinic: the management of ‘intersex’ children in Swiss paediatric medicine (1945–1970)1
Negotiating South–South cooperation for mental health: the World Health Organization and the African Mental Health Action Group, 1970s–90s1
Have we lost sleep? A reconsideration of segmented sleep in early modern England1
Psychiatry, psychology and homosexual prisoners in New Zealand, 1910–19601
‘I have been obliged to Send Nassaw’: an enslaved healer’s medical labour and skill in eighteenth-century Virginia1
The skeletal effects of congenital syphilis: the case of Parrot’s bones1
‘Pearls’ of the nineteenth-century: from therapeutic actors to global commodities medicinal leeches in the Ottoman Empire1
Health care and the spread of medical knowledge in the Portuguese empire, particularly the Estado da Índia (sixteenth to eighteenth centuries)1
Assessing the conduct of juveniles: diagnosis and delinquency, 1900–20131
Total prevention: a history of schistosomiasis in Japan1
Franco-British responses to chemical warfare 1915–8, with special reference to the medical services, casualty statistics and the threat to civilians1
Logic, geometry and visualisation of the body in Acquapendente’s rediscovered Methodus anatomica (1579)1
Attending the birth: competition for obstetrical training by medical students and midwives in nineteenth-century France1
Fluid deafness: earwax and hardness of hearing in early modern Europe1
The ‘new era in medicine’: John Ryle and the promotion of social medicine1
Cholera, British seamen and maritime anxieties in Calcutta, c.1830s–1890s ‘The William Bynum Prize Essay1
Progressive Entanglements? Activity Profiles, Responsibilities and Interactions of Dentists at Auschwitz. The Example of 2nd SS Dentist Willi Schatz1
The making of the ‘useless and pathological’ uterus in Taiwan, 1960s to 1990s1
A history of thalidomide in India1
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