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Vesalius. 2000 Jun;6(1):1-10.

James Jackson an American physician in London, 1799-1800.


James Jackson (1777-1867) was a prominent physician in Massachusetts during the first half of the nineteenth century. Early in his career, he had traveled to London to complete his medical studies. A search of libraries and archives on both sides of the Alantic has uncovered hitherto unpublished and little known information about his experiences on his journey and while abroad (1799-1800). Presentation of this material not only serves to supplement what is already known about Jackson but in addition heightens our understanding and awareness of contemporary medical issues of his day.

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