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  • Health Institute (University of Oxford) and the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Assessing the accuracy and quality of Wikipedia entries
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  • was founded, Smith was appointed obstetric physician and lecturer on obstetrics. He continued his teaching there for the allotted term of twenty years
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  • chemistry—Opinion of the faculty with respect to chemistry Chapter IX Separation of Obstetrics from the Chair of Anatomy—Estimation of this branch in Europe, and its
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  • practice of, or the attempt by any person to practice, medicine, surgery, or obstetrics in the state without such certificate, unless called from another state
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  • A. King.jpg18411914British-born American doctor. Later Professor of Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women and Children at the National Medical College
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  • the Northern Hospital for Women and Children, Manchester; Lecturer in Obstetrics, Owens College. Some Remarks on Corset (1903) Some or all works
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  • DickinsonRobert L.DickinsonDickinson,_Robert L.18611950A lecturer on obstetrics at Long Island College Hospital. The Corset: Questions of Pressure and
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  • and in the autumn of 1853 to New York. Here he acquired reputation in obstetrics and diseases of women and children, and was professor at the New York
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  • study and in 1833, when only twenty-six years of age, became professor of obstetrics in Charleston Medical College. From here he accepted a professorship in
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  • Separation of Obstetrics from the Chair of Anatomy—Estimation of this branch in Europe, and its elevation to an equal position with other branches of the
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  • president of the British Gynæcological Society (1890), of the section of obstetrics of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland (1886–7; 1899–1901), and of
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  • largely sought in the department that he had specially studied, namely, obstetrics, in which his opinions were characterised by great breadth of thought;
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  • 1880, and practised in New York for several years. He was professor of obstetrics in the New York Polyclinic; a founder and first president of the Mothers
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  • Edinburgh, he took up his residence in New York in 1873, and practised obstetrics and gynecology. He was appointed professor at Dartmouth Medical College
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  • some harsh words written about it.) An epitome of medicine, surgery, obstetrics and patholgy, consisting of the revised stenographic reports of the lectures
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  • Blakiston, 1869) — Chapter IXJoseph Carson   CHAPTER IX.   Separation of Obstetrics from the Chair of Anatomy—Estimation of this branch in Europe, and its
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  • Resignation of Dr. James—Sketch of his life—Dr. Dewees elected Professor of Obstetrics—Retirement of Dr. Coxe from the Chair of Materia Medica—Sketch of his
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  • in 1782, he succeeded to a large surgical practice, to which he added obstetrics. He was in constant request as a consultant, his anatomical knowledge
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  • Manchester Clinical Hospital for Women and Children. He was lecturer on obstetrics at the Royal School of Medicine, and for fifteen years he acted as surgeon
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  • throughout Europe and America as an authority in obstetrics. In 1868 he published 'Researches in Obstetrics,' in 1869 'Treatise on Parametritis and Perimetritis
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