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Windle, William Frederick, 1898-1985



  • Existence: 1898 - 1985

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Asphyxia Neonatorum; Experimental Study in the Guinea Pig, 1943

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Warning: this film includes footage of research animals; graphic content of surgical operations on live guinea pigs.A silent, color film detailing experiments on guinea pig fetuses in which they are deprived of oxygen, birthed, and resuscitated. Effects on the nervous system and learning ability are noted. Effects include: hemorrhage in thalamus, hemorrhage in fourth ventricle, hemorrhage in hippocampus, atrophy of cortex, and others.W.F. Windle and R.F. Becker,...
Dates: 1943

The Anatomy of the Abdominal Wall, 1929

 Item — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Warning: graphic content of human cadaver.This silent, black and white film shows a demonstrator presenting anatomical features of the abdomen on a male cadaver. Intertitle cards and physical cards placed on the cadaver are used to identify the anatomical structures while the demonstrator shows it on the previously dissected cadaver using tools and his hands.Arranged by Howard B. Kellogg and William Windle, faculty members of Northwestern University Medical School, in...
Dates: 1929

William F. Windle papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: ghsl-23

Two typewritten manuscripts by William F. Windle, PhD - a 1943 Founders' Day address titled "The Beginning of Anatomy in Our Medical School" and a 1940 book titled "Physiology of the Fetus: Origin and Extent of Function in Prenatal Life" - with accompanying correspondence.

Dates: 1939-1943