|Statement||by L. Ducan Bulkley|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 398 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||398|
Syphilis of the innocent Paperback – by Harry Caesar Solomon (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — Author: Harry Caesar Solomon. Excerpt from Syphilis in the Innocent (Syphilis Insontium): Clinically and Historically Considered With a Plan for the Legal Control of the Disease The following essay, the result of ten years' work, is presented as a contribution to the study of syphilis. Syphilis is not essentially a venereal : L. Duncan Bulkley. This book is a well written, concise résumé of syphilis as a family disease. All unnecessary detail is eliminated, and the essential facts are presented in a brief but interesting manner. The five chapters are well arranged, following one another in logical sequence. Statistics are worked up in as. Syphilis in the innocent (syphilis insontium) by Lucius Duncan Bulkley; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Syphilis, Congenital, hereditary, and infantile, Etiology, Congenital Syphilis, Syphilis, Accessible book.
Page v - Syphilis in the Innocent (Syphilis Insontium) clinically and historically considered, with a plan for the legal control of the disease. By L. DUNCAN BULKLEY. AM, MD, Physician to the New York Skin and Cancer Hospital ; Consulting Physician to the New York Hospital ; lately Professor of Dermatology New York PostGraduate Medical School and Hospital, etc. In attempting to review a book, it is important, first, to know its purpose. This is an intensive study of the family and social importance of syphilis. It was carried out under a grant made by the Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board. An attempt has been made to present the subject of syphilis in. Get this from a library! Syphilis of the innocent; a study of the social effects of syphilis on the family and the community, with illustrative cases, made under a grant from the United States Interdepartmental social hygiene board,. [Harry C Solomon; Maida Herman Solomon; United States Interdepartmental Social Hygiene Board.]. syphilis (sĬf´əlĬs), contagious sexually transmitted disease caused by the spirochete Treponema pallidum (described by Fritz Schaudinn and Erich Hoffmann in ). Syphilis was not widely recognized until an epidemic in Europe at the end of the 15th cent. Some medical historians have proposed that syphilis first appeared in Spain among sailors who had returned from the New World in
Bulkley was awarded the Stevens Triennial Prize from the College of Physicians and Surgeons, for his essay Thermometry in Disease and the Alvarenga prize by the College of Physicians of Philadelphia for his monograph Syphilis in the Innocent, in He was Chairman of Dermatology and Syphilology of the American Medical : Janu , Manhattan. Syphilis in Europe. In , Pope Innocent VIII was in conflict with Ferdinand I of Naples because the Italian King refused to pay his debts to him. As such the Pope offered the kingdom of Naples to Charles VIII who was the Affable of France, and to a certain extent was entitled to reign over this territory by his paternal grandmother, Mary of Cited by: The rule of Innocent VIII () is remembered as the Golden Age of Bastards: He acknowledged eight illegitimate sons and was known to have many more, although he found time between love affairs to start up the Inquisition. On his death bed, he ordered a comely wet nurse to supply him with milk fresh from the breast. Syphilis of the innocent; a study of the social effects of syphilis on the family and the community, with illustrative cases, made under a grant from the United States Interdepartmental social hygiene board by Solomon, Harry C. (Harry Caesar), ; Solomon, Maida H. (Maida Herman), , joint author; United States Pages: