A case of sporadic cretinism, with remarks.
Manning, Frederic Norton, 1839-1903.
Journal : Intercolonial medical congress transactions ; vol. ii.
Melbourne : Stillwell and Co., 1889.
Description : 834-839 p., [1 l.] pl. ; ill.: 6 phot., 3 tbls. ; 25 cm.
Photographs : 2 albumens mounted to 1 printed leaf.
Subject : Thyroid — Congenital hypothyroidism ; Myxedema.
- Author caption: By F. Norton Manning, M.D., Cantab., Inspector-General of the Insane, N.S.W., and Lecturer on
Psychological Medicine at the University of Sydney.
- M.R.C.S., L.S.A., St. George's Hospital, 1860.
- Medical degree, University of St. Andrews, 1862.
- Medical superintendent, Tarban Creek Lunatic Asylum, 1868.
- Tarban Creek name changed to Hospital for the Insane, Gladesville, 1869.
- Trustee, Prince Alfred Hospital, 1873.
- Appointed inspector of the insane, 1876.
- Elected to the Royal Society of New South Wales, 1876.
- Appointed inspector-general of the insane, 1879.
- Medical advisor to the government, 1889-1892.
- Chairman, medical section, Royal Society of New South Wales, 1883-1884.
- First lecturer in psychological medicine, University of Sydney, 1886-1888.
- Appointed to the royal commission on public charities, 1899.
- First president, Australasian Trained Nurses' Association, 1899-1902.
- Photo caption: A Case of Sporadic Cretinism (Dr. F. N. Manning's Paper).
- Index Medicus: 20310251650.
The two photographs represent front and side views of an 18 year-old myxedemic female who is posed standing on a cane chair.
It is the first of two papers on sporadic cretinism published in the journal, the second one written by Sir Edward Charles
Stirling (pages 840-849).
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