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Irish Elk (Cervus Megaceros)
Naval Arctic Research Laboratory
Klacelka at Zelizy
Japanese word - HAGAKURE
On the Historical and Geological Background of the Irish Giant Deer (Irish Elk). Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Biological Society, 1952.
Some Observations on Bone Lesions found in the Extinct Irish Elk including Hypertrophic Pulmonary Osteoarthropathy, Arthritis Deformans, and Ossified Subperiosteal Haematoma. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Biological Society, 1952.
The Historical Importance of Gunshot Wounds in the Renaissance and Progress of Surgery: Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics: 109; 647-653; 1959.
The Surgical Treatment of Ischemic Heart Disease. Prize Thesis. Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland, London, England. 1960.
A Controversial Fruit of a Voyage to Java, (Force and Energy). Surgery, Gynecology, and Obstetrics: 112; 381-385; 1961.
The Important Contribution of Dr Edward Stevens in the History of Gastric Digestion in Man and Animals With Completion of the Translation of his Inaugural Dissertation “De Alimentorum Concoctione”, Edinburgh, 1777. (With R.A. Swanson). Surgery: 52: 819-836: 1962.
Postscript to the legend of Dr W.S. Halsted and the Introduction of Rubber Gloves to Surgery. Surgery, Gynecology, & Obstetrics, 117: 121-122: 1963.
Peeking Round The Corner. Possibilities for Circulatory Determinants to be described in terms of Psychophysiology. Some early studies of Serial Blood Flow Changes in Slowly Closing Coronary Arteries and blood flow studies in other arteries of Freely Roaming Unrestrained Animals as evaluated by a Doppler Ultrasonic Blood Flowmeter-Telemetry System. Scripps Clinic (Cardiology and Telemetry Laboratory), La Jolla, California, 1964.
Dictionary of Scientific Biography, (American Council of Learned Societies). Section on Edward Stevens. Charles Scribner and Sons, 1970.
What is a Curling’s Ulcer? (Editorial). Postgraduate Medicine 49: 2: 242-243: 1971.
In Old St John’s Burial Ground on Mulberry Street. (John R. Young, 1782-1804). Surgery 69: 6: 895, 1971.
The Concept of a Museum Without Walls. Bulletin of the Bell Museum of Pathobiology, University of Minnesota Medical School. Vol 1. Spring 1972.
Watching the Biologic Clock in Alaska’s Nightless Summer. Modern Medicine 40: 25: 1972.
The Intellectual Mind and the Advance to Experimental Method as the Rational Basis of Surgical Practice. J. Irish Coll. Physicians and Surgeons: Vol 1, No 4: 115: 1972.
Dictionary of Scientific Biography. (American Council of Learned Societies). Section on Shiro Tashiro. Charles Scribner and Sons, 1972
Circadian Rhythms and the Arctic. Symposium on Chronobiology - Health and Diseases, Instituto Universitario di Medicina e Chirurgia, L’Aquila, Italy, 1973.
Emphasis in Music as a Prompt for Verbal Imitation in Speech-Deficient Children. With Judith A Jellison and Eileen Mae Renner. Miscellaneous Papers of the Bell Museum of Pathobiology, University of Minnesota Medical School, 1973.
Book Review Essay: August 1914 by Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Bulletin of the Bell Museum of Pathobiology 3: 22-23: 1973.
The Misadventure of Robert James Graves, M.D., and the Interpretation of the Nature of the Free Acid, which may occur in the Stomach of Man and other Animals. Miscellaneous Paper of the Bell Museum of Pathobiology, University of Minnesota Medical School, 1973.
Book Review Essay: Edythe Lutzker: The Story of England’s Foremost Pioneering Women Doctor. By Edith Pechey-Phipson, M.D. Journal of the History of Medicine 25:251: 1974.
Communication of Scientific Information at a Cancer Research Institute. Federation American Society of Experimental Biology. Fed. Proceedings Vol. 33:6:1699-1701, 1974.
Report of a Visit to the Soviet Union as an Exchange Scientist under the Aegis of the US-USSR Agreement for Health Cooperation. (Biomedical Communications, Oncology Education, and Cancer Research in the Soviet Union. 118 pages, 5 illustrations). Report for the National Cancer Institute, USA. Library of Congress Card Cat. No: LC 76-470-89, 1976.
Responsibility, Accountability, and the System. Biosciences Communication 3: 78-80: 1977.
Communication and the Culture Space. Biosciences Communications 3:2134-217:1977.
Professor J.D.H. Widdess. An Appreciation. Biosciences Communications 3: 285-286: 1977.
Professor John M. Dorsey M.D. In Memoriam. Health Communications and Informatics, Vol. 5:2: 121-124, 1979.
No Eagle Feather for this Magnum Opus. (Review of The Rise of Surgery, from Empiric Craft to Scientific Discipline. By Owen H. Wangensteen and Sarah D. Wangensteen). Health Communications& Informatics. Vol 5: Nos 5-6:374-380,1979.
Of Cultural Ambivalence, Biopsychosocial Health, Oliver and Brock, the Irish Elk, and Other Things. Foundation One. Vol. 2:No. 3, 1980.
Cultural Communication: Berlin, Symphony of a Great City. A Dialog on Visual Rhythm. With Jiri Kolaja. Pages 57-64 in Biopsychosocial Health. 1981.
Book Review Essays: A Surgeon’s Surgeon: Theodor Billroth 1829-1894. With Foreword by Owen H. Wangensteen M.D. by Karel B. Absolon. Published by Coronado Press 1979. Volume I reviewed in KOSMAS, 1982, (135-145). Volumes II and III reviewed in KOSMAS 1983, (117-131).
Book Review Essay: Developmental Technology of Gastric Surgery. Karel B. Absolon. KOSMAS, 173-178, 1984.
Problems of Integrated Science for Human Beings as a Wisdom of Life or Vitaesophia. Lecture by invitation, 15th Annual Congress of the Japanese College of Surgeons, Fukuoka, June 23, 1990. Published in the Journal of the Japanese College of Surgeons, 1990.
Biopsychosocial Health. Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 31:3: 189-198: 1991.
Concerning Education; Decision Making Policy; Horizontal Conversion-Interdisciplinary Conversion and Recognition of Crisis in Education in the 21st Century. Records of the Science Council Of Japan, Tokyo, November 1991.
The Wonder of Hagakure Viewed from the Western Cultural Perspective. Journal of the Hagakure Society, Saga, Japan, 82-98, 1992.
A Visit To The Flower Of Chivalry. (In English and in Japanese). Journal of the Hagakure Society, Saga, Japan, 58-60 and 54-57, 1993.
Taro Takemi and Seizon Science Revisited. J. Seizon and Life Science. Volume 4, No. 2: 177-191: 1993 (Japan).
The Aesthetics of Pain: Integrated Biopsychosocial Approach to the Understanding of Pain and Quality of Life. Comprehensive Medicine Vol. 5 : I: 33-39: 2003 (Japan).
MU and the Cultural Encounter Between East and West. Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Campus Oefenplein, March 23, 2004.
Between Word and World: What Is It To Be An Educated Person? Fukuoka International Meeting on Education, 2004.
The Brief and Solitary Life of the Desert Five Spot. In In Search Of The Desert Five Spot by Stacey B. Day and Ivana P. Day, Foundation, N.Y. 2006.
A View of Comprehensive Health. (W.H.O. Lecture Series). Comprehensive Medicine: Vol. 7: 1: 46-53: 2006 (Japan).
William Cobbett and Dr Rush. Cobbett Society Manuscript, 2006.
Moon In A Dew Drop. (Memoir). Prague 2007.
Biopsychosocial Health: Principles and Present Prospects. In Nagata K: Diagnosis and Treatment for Patients with Psychosomatic Diseases –How to understand a new guideline for the diagnosis and management of Psychosomatic Diseases. Japan, 2007.