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On the statistics of puerperal insanity as observed in the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, Morningside

by Tuke, J. Batty Sir

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Published by [s.n.] in Edinburgh?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Puerperal psychoses,
  • Puerperal Disorders

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEdinburgh medical journal. 1865. Vol. 10, no. 11.
    Statement[by J. Batty Tuke]
    ContributionsMedico-Chirurgical Society of Edinburgh, University of Glasgow. Library
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination[3]-18 p. ;
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25657745M

    Emphasising the centrality of the Dundee Royal Asylum for the civic, humanitarian image of the urban middle class, Lorraine Walsh argues for the period up to that their lay control eclipsed medical influence, encouraging remedial moral treatment w hich departed sharply from the ‘palliative function’ (p) of the older town hospitals. The Insanity of Over-Exertion of the Brain by John Batty Tuke and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

    In assessing puerperal insanity, Hilary Ma rland also detects a change in the reporting conventions. Early in the century, ‘cases were much more likely to be presented individually as narratives of fall, redemption and recovery.’ As asylum admissions increased, however, the existence of a captive patient body allowed the emergence of a. On the statistics of puerperal insanity as observed in the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, Morningside. Authors: John Batty Tuke. The Morisonian lectures: delivered before the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, session Authors: John Batty Tuke. Remarks on a case of syphilitic insanity. Authors.

    Book review by Anne Borsay of Insanity, Institutions and Society, A Social History of Madness in Comparative Perspective, ed. Joseph Melling and Bill Forsythe, from History in Focus, the guide to historical resources from the Institute of Historical Research (IHR), University of London. _Antenatal Pathology and Hygiene: The Embryo (Edinburgh: William Green & _pamphlet reprinted from the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the. British Empire, 'The "Byrth of Mankynde" (Its Author and Editions)' (London and Manchester: Sherratt and Hughes, ). _ Expectant Motherhood: Its Supervision and Hygiene (London, New York.


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J.B. Tuke, ‘On the Statistics of Puerperal Insanity as Observed in the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, Morningside’, Edinburgh Medical Journal, 10 (–65), –28, quote on p. Google Scholar : Hilary Marland.

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Hilary Marland. Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, England. Posted April In August, Isabella Thackeray, young wife of the author, William Makepeace Thackeray, wrote to her mother-in-law shortly after her third confinement.

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The insanity of over-exertion of the brain: being the Morison lectures delivered before the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, session by J. Batty Tuke (Book) 12 editions published between and in English and held by 71 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. 58 See David Skae, ‘Physician’s annual report ’, in Annual report of the Royal Edinburgh Asylum forMorningside, Royal Asylum Press,pp.

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Edinburgh Medical Journal, 10, Google Scholar. Introduction. David Skae was resident physician of the Royal Edinburgh Asylum (hereafter REA) from to Despite a pioneering article about him by Frank Fish, Skae remains a liminal figure in the history of psychiatry.

1 He is usually seen as an asylum-based practical medical instructor of more important figures such as Thomas Clouston. 2 Although he lectured on insanity in the. ON THE STATISTICS OF PUERPERAL INSANITY [J Batty Tuke] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

puerperal insanity is in order. As mentioned earlier, most physicians be­ lieved puerperal insanity manifested itself differently in the three phases of the reproductive process.

Milton Hardy, the medical superintendent of the Utah State Insane Asylum, defined puerperal insanity as a condition devel­. J.B. Tuke, 'On the Statistics of Puerperal Insanity as observed in the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, Morningside', Edinburgh Medical Journal, Vol.

X (July. June ; Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, ), pp. Subsequent references are incorporated into the text. On the statistics of puerperal insanity as observed in the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, Morningside Tuke, J. Batty, Sir (John Batty),Medico-Chirurgical Society of Edinburgh,University of Glasgow.

Library,University of Glasgow. Library. Published: ; Bookseller: Gyan Books. A. Account of a new anaesthetic agent [chloroform] as a substitute for sulphuric ether in surgery and midwifery, [Pamphlet 6] Communicated to the Medico-chirurgical Society of Edinburgh, 10th Nov.

In the context of Victorian asylums, apart from desultory attention in individual asylum histories (e.g. Cherry, ) and Davis’s () exploitation of post-mortem data in her monograph on General Paralysis of the Insane at the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, little has been written on the topic, which has been generally neglected in favour of.Tuke, JB (–65) On the statistics of puerperal insanity as observed in the Royal Edinburgh Asylum, Morningside.

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