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REAMY, Thaddeus Asbury, physician, born in Frederick county, Virginia, 28 April, 1829. He accompanied his parents in 1832 to Zanesville, Ohio, was graduated at Starling medical college in 1854, and followed his profession in Zanesville until 1870, when he removed to Cincinnati. During the civil war he served as surgeon in the 122d Ohio volunteers. In 1858 he was elected to the chair of ma-teria medica and theraputics in Starling medical college, which he held for two years, and in 1867 he was chosen professor of the diseases of women and children, but he resigned in 1871 to accept the chair of obstetrics, clinical midwifery, and diseases of children in the Medical college of Ohio. Dr. Reamy has made a specialty of obstetrical practice, and holds the office of gynaecologist to the Good Samaritan hospital in Cincinnati. He has invented various modifications of instruments that are used in his specialty. Besides being a member of several gynaecological societies and other medical associations, he was, in 1870, president of the Ohio state medical society. Dr. Reamy has been a frequent contributor to medical journals. Among his papers are " Metastasis of Mumps to the Testicle treated by Cold " (1855); "Epidemic Diphtheria" (1859) ; "Puerperal Eclampsia" (1868) ; and " Laceration of the Perinaeeum" (1877).
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