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James W. Putnam[1]

James W. Putnam (ur. 29 sierpnia 1849 w Amherst[2], zm. 23 marca 1938 w Buffalo[3]) – amerykański lekarz neurolog i psychiatra. Profesor neurologii na University of Buffalo.


  • A Unique Murder Case with Application of New Law Governing Expert Eestimony. American Journal of Insanity 1916 72: 659-663
  • Headache. Read in the Section on Practice of Medicine at the Forty-fourth Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association. JAMA. 1893;XXI(6):185-187.


  1. Men of Buffalo: A Collection of Portraits of Men Who Deserve to Rank as Typical Representatives of the Best Citizenship, Foremost Activities and Highest Aspirations of the City of Buffalo. Chicago: A.N. Marquis & Co., 1902, s. 388
  2. „Grip's” historical souvenir of Lyons, N. Y. Lyons, N.Y., Lyons Republican Print, 1904 s. 58 [1]
  3. G.M. Findlay, F.O. MacCallum, Chemotherapy of Virus Diseases, „British Medical Journal”, 1 (4032), 1938, s. 875, DOI10.1136/bmj.1.4032.875, ISSN 0007-1447 (ang.).