December 1980, Volume 30, Issue 12

Special Communication

MEDICAL LITERATURE ON PAKISTAN FROM 1840-1947 (Concluded)

Mohammad Ata-ur-Rahim  ( Faculty of Dentistry, P.O. Box 5967, Riyad University, Riyad, Saudi Arabia. )

1. Taylor, E.C. 1910. Extracts from Medical History Sheets, 69th Punjabis. IMG; 45:130-131.
2. Taylor, G. 1917-18. Note on the prevalence of Bovine Tuberculosis in the Punjab. IJMR; 5:497-509.
3. Taylor, G.F. and Chitkara, N.L. 1940. Report of pneumonia enquiry at the Mayo hospital Lahore, during the years 1938, 1939 and 1940. IMG; 75:456-464.
4. Taylor, G.F. and Manchanda, S.S. 1940. Report on 24 cases of tropical Macrocytic Anaemia in Punjabi Men. IMG; 75:321-323.
5. Tuson, T.E. 1869. Rep. on the means adopted to stamp out smallpox at Umballa 1869. IMG; 4: p. 115.
6. Vaughan, K. 1926. Osteomalacia in Kashmir. IMG; 61:401-402.
7. Vaughan, K. 1926. Osteomalacia in Kashmir. BMJ; 1: p. 413.
8. Wadhwani, H.R. 1922. Night-Blindness in Upper Sind. IMG; 57: p. 308.
9. Wall, F. 1911. Sand-fly Fever in Chitral. IMG; 46:41-44.
10. White, F.N. 1905. Two cases of Pneumococcic Septicaemia with some remarks on Pneumonia as seen on the North-West Frontier. IMG; 40:289-291.
11. Whitwell, H. 1871. Rep. on the Kohat water supply. IMG; 6:149-150.
12. Wig, K. Lal. 1935. Clinical evidence of Rheumatic fever in the Punjab. IMG; 70:260-263.
13. Wilkinson. 1911. Health of the Punjab. IPHMJ; 8(1):13-14.
14. Wilson, G. 1909. Notes on the fevers prevalent at Ferozepore in the Punjab. JRAMC; 12:607-617.
15. Wilson, H.E.C., Ahmad, B., and Mitra, D. 1937. Nutritional survey of school boys in Calcutta and the Punjab by means of clinical observations. A.C.H. index of Nutrition and other measurements. IJMR; 23:817-838.
16. Wimberley, C.N.C. 1907. Malta Fever in the Punjab. IMG; 42:123-126.
17. Wimberley, C.N.C. 1909. "Survivors of the Punjab Campaigns\'\'. IMG; 44:353-354.
18. Winchester, J.W. 1859. Note on Pustular disease affecting Camels in Sind. TBMPS; No. 4,. n.s., App: 11-14.
19. Winchester, J.W. 1840. An account of the disease which affects the Camels in the Province of Lus; called Photo Shootur by the natives and supposed by them to have properties analogous to those variolae vaccinae. TMPSB; 3:214-215.
20. Yacob, M. 1924. Malaria survey of Sulimanke Canal Works, right bank of Sutlej Punjab Malaria Bureau.
21. Yacob, M. and Shah, K.S. 1930. A preliminary report on the suitability of paris green as an Anopheline Larvicide as applied to Punjab conditions. IMG; 65:84-88.
22. Yacob, M. and Chaudhri, J.R. 1934. Hookworm infection in the Punjab. IMG; 69:669-672.
23. Yacob, M. 1935. The incidence of cerebrospinal fever in the borstal institution and central Jail, Lahore, during 1934 with a note on the use of Anti-meningo-coccus prophylactic vaccine. IMG; 70:502-503.
24. Yacob, M. 1937. A note on a circumscribed outbreak of a Typhuslike fever in Muzaffargarh Distt. South Western Punjab. IMG; 72: 585-586.
25. Yacob, M. 1944. Epidemiology of Cholera in the Punjab. IMG; 79:383-390.
26. Yacob, M. and Swaroop, S. 1944. The forecasting of epidemic malaria in the Punjab. JMII; 5:319-335.
27. Yacob, M. and Swaroop, S. 1944. Degree of accuracy realized in malaria forecasts in the Punjab for the year 1923-1942. IMG; 79:282-289.
28. Yacob, M. and Swaroop, S. 1945. Investigation of long-term periodicity in the incidence of epidemic malaria in the Punjab. JMII; 6:39-51.
29. Yacob, M. and Swaroop, S. 1946. The present state of health in the Punjab. IJMA; 16:47-53.
30. Yacob, M. and Swaroop, S. 1946. Malaria and rainfall in the Punjab. JMII; 6:273-284
31. Yacob, M. and Swaroop, S. 1947. Preliminary of the incidence of malaria in the Punjab. IJM; 1:491-502.
32. Young, T.C. and McCombie. 1929. A malarial reconnaissance survey of Sukkur and Larkana district. Director Mal. Surv. India.
33. Young, T.C.M. and Majid, S.A. 1929-30. Malaria in Sind especially in view of Lloyd Barrage Scheme. RMSI; 1:341-407.
(Concluded)

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