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Silas Weir Mitchell was born on February 15, 1829, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to John Kearsley Mitchell and Sarah Henry Mitchell. He studied at Philadelphia's renowned University of Pennsylvania and later earned the degree of MD at the city's Jefferson Medical College in 1850. During the Civil War, he was director of treatment of nervous injuries and maladies at Turners Lane Hospital, Philadelphia, and at the close of the war became a specialist in neurology. Fat and Blood: And How to Make Them (1877). Fat and Blood: An Essay on the Treatment of Certain Forms of Neurasthenia and Hysteria (1884). Mitchell, S. Weir and Edward T. Reichert. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, Number 647.
Silas Weir Mitchell was born in Philadelphia to a family of Scottish origin, the seventh physician in three generations. His father was John Kearsley Mitchell (1798-1858), a physician and lecturer at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia; his mother was Matilda Henry Mitchell (1800-1872). Weir Mitchell was accustomed to wealth and cultural pursuits, and was deeply religious. As a boy he was required to read a daily bible text and to attend church twice on Sundays where he wiled away his time reading novels such as Midshipman Easy . Fat and Blood, and how to make them. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott, & C. 1877. German translation by Georg Klemperer, 1887.
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The treatment that the narrator dreads is neurologist Silas Weir Mitchell’s regimen of enforced bed rest, isolation, force-feeding, and massage. Gilman herself (Fig. 1) had experienced the rest cure while under Mitchell’s care in the spring of 1887. But first, we must go back to the cure’s origins in Civil-War-era Philadelphia. HOW TO CITE THIS BRANCH ENTRY (MLA format). The Rest Cure, 1873-1925.
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335. into his hands, but mostly fiction. The masters in those days were rather brutal, and Weir tells how, years afterward, he could never meet one of them without terror. This life continued until he was sixteen, when he began to spit blood. His father then purchased a boat for him and encouraged him to spend more time out of doors. Weir was slow in deciding on a vocation . Fat and Blood, and How to Make Them, ed. by John K. Mitchell. Phila-delphia, Lippincott.
Silas Weir Mitchell (1829-1914) was an American physician and writer. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania, and received the degree of M. D. at Jefferson Medical College in 1850. His medical texts include Injuries of Nerves and Their Consequences. Воспроизведено в оригинальной авторской орфографии изда от 558.