The Johns Hopkins Medical Journal
About the Journal
The Johns Hopkins Medical Journal was a medical journal published by the Johns Hopkins University that ceased publication in 1982. It was established in December 1889 as The Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin. It was renamed Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital (Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp.) in 1924, before obtaining its final title in 1967.
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- Meyer AW. and Wynne HMN. Some aspects of ovarian pregnancy - with report of a case. (1919) Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin 30:
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- Embryos, early human, and the mode of their preservation. IV, 115
- Intestine, human, development of, and its position in the adult. IX, 197
- Arteries, internal mammary and deep epigastric, development of, in man. IX, 232.
- Diaphragm, human, development of. XII, 158
- in the liver, origin of. Franklin P. Mall XII, 146
- Franklin P. Mall XII, 133
- and ureter, abnormalities in the form of dependent on the development of the renal bud. Augustus G. Pohlman XVI, 51
- and ureter, developmental relations of in human embryos.
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