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Scientific Papers and Case Reports Authored by Richard Bright, M.D.

Bright, Richard. "Cases and observations connected with diseases of the pancreas and duodenum." Medico-Chirurgical Transactions 18 (1822): pp. 1-56.

Bright, Richard. "A case of traumatic tetanus." In: Lancet 9 (1825-26): pp. 268-9.

Bright, Richard. "A singular case." In: Lancet 9 (1825-26): pp. 653.

Bright, Richard. "Contagious nature of erysipelis." In: Lancet 9 (1825-26): pp. 717.

Bostock, J. "A case of unusually profuse perspiration with analysis of the fluid." In: Medico-Chirurgical Transactions 14 (1828): pp. 433-436. Note: Bright's contribution takes the form of a letter which was read as part of the article by Bostock, March 11th, 1828.

Bright, Richard. "Gulstonian Lectures on the functions of the abdominal viscera with observations on the diagnostic marks of the diseases to which the viscera are subject." In: London Medical Gazette 12 (1832-33): pp. 281-7, 312-6, 345-50, 378-84, 411-18.

Bright, Richard. "Cases and observations connected with diseases of the pancreas and duodenum." In: Lancet I (1832-33): pp. 396.

Bright, Richard. "Cases and observations illustrative of diagnosis when adhesions have taken place in the peritoneum, with remarks upon some other morbid changes of that membrane." In: Medico-Chirurgical Transactions 19 (1835): pp. 176-216.

Bright, Richard. "Observations on the treatment of fever. Case of simple fever, protracted by irritation of the bowels, and attended by relapse." In: London Medical Gazette 17 (1835-36): pp. 576-78.

Bright, Richard. "Cases and observations, illustrative of renal disease accompanied with the secretion of albuminous urine." In: London Medical Gazette 18 (1835-36): pp. 72-74.

Bright, Richard. "Observations on the treatment of fever. Case of simple fever, protracted by irritation of the bowels, and attended by relapse." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 1-8.

Bright, Richard. "Cases illustrative of the effects produced when the arteries of the brain are diseases selected chiefly with a view to diagnosis in such affections." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 9-32.

Bright, Richard. "Permanent contraction of all extremities with numberless cartilaginous deposits in the arachnoid of the spinal marrow." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 33-35.

Bright, Richard. "Cases of fatal epilepsy from local diseases of the brain." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 36-40.

Bright, Richard. "Cases of tetanus in which quinine and stimulants were administered very extensively with success." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 111-118.

Bright, Richard. "Cases and observations, illustrative of renal disease accompanied with the secretion of albuminous urine." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 338-379.

Bright, Richard. "Tabular view of the morbid appearances in 100 cases connected with albuminous urine, with observations." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 380-400.

Bright, Richard. "An account of a remarkable misplacement of the stomach." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 598-603.

Bright, Richard. "Observations on jaundice, more particularly on that form of the disease which accompanies the diffused inflammation of the substance of the liver." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 604-637.

Bright, Richard. "Observations on the situation and structure of malignant diseases of the liver." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 1 (1836): pp. 638-648.

Bright, Richard. "Cases and observations illustrative of diagnosis when tumours are situated at the base of the brain." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 2 (1837): pp. 279-310.

Bright, Richard. "Observations on abdominal tumours and intumescence; illustrated by some cases of acephalocystic hydatids." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 2 (1837): pp. 432-492.

Bright, Richard. "Right of Students." In: Lancet 1(1837-38): pp. 95.

Bright, Richard. "Retrospective address to the Medical and Chirurgical Society." In: Lancet 1 (1837-38): pp. 870.

Bright, Richard. "Observations on abdominal tumours and intumescence; illustrated by some cases of ovarian disease." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 3 (1838): pp. 179-286.

Bright, Richard. "Observations on abdominal tumours and intumescence; illustrated by some cases of diseases of the spleen. With remarks on the general pathology of that viscus." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 3 (1838): pp. 401-460.

Bright, Richard. "Observations on abdominal tumours and intumescence; illustrated by cases of renal disease." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 4 (1839): pp. 208-264.

Bright, Richard. "Cases of spasmodic disease accompanying affections of the pericardium." In: London Medical Gazette 23 (1838-39): pp. 270-272.

Bright, Richard. "Internal congretion of phosphate of lime." In: London Medical Gazette 26 (1839-40): pp. 76-7.

Bright, Richard. "Cases and observations, illustrative of renal disease accompanied with the secretion of albuminous urine. Memoir the second." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 5 (1840): pp. 101-161.

Bright, Richard. "Observations on abdominal tumours and intumescence; illustrated by cases of diseased liver." In: Guy's Hospital Reports 5 (1840): pp. 298-396.

Bright, Richard. "Letter concerning the pathology of the kidney." In: London Medical Gazette 29 (1841-42): pp. 707-708.

Bright, Richard. "Account of the observations made under the superintendence of Dr. Bright on patients whose urine was albuminous." In: Guy's Hospital Reports new series 1 (1843): pp. 189-316.


From Bright's Travels from Vienna through Lower Hungary