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Indiana Medicine, 1993


Interviewee
Bonsett, Charles A. May 27, 1992 

Call Number
92-002

Physical Description

39 pages; 3 tapes, 1 7/8 ips, 135 minutes; index

Interviewer
Stowe, Steven

Access Status

Open

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Charles A. Bonsett, born on March 22, 1921, discusses his family and childhood in Indianapolis, Indiana, the Great Depression, and his education and experiences as an intern through the Indiana University School of Medicine. In this interview, Dr. Bonsett focuses on his main medical interests of neurology and the study and treatment of muscular dystrophy. In addition, he discusses the use and construction of the electromyograph and its usefulness with regard to the study and treatment of epilepsy.

  • Keywords
    • Corporation Names
    • Butler University
    • Indiana University School of Medicine
    • Occupation Names
    • physician
    • Personal Names
    • Abrew, Ben
    • Jackson, Leroy
    • Ross, Alexander
    • Place Names
    • Indianapolis, Indiana
    • Subjects
    • diversity
    • electromyograph
    • epilepsy
    • Great Depression
    • medical internship
    • medical research
    • multiple sclerosis
    • muscular dystrophy
    • neurology
    • World War II