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  • Emergency War Surgery NATO Handbook United States Department of Defense 254088Second United States Revision of the Emergency War Surgery NATO HandbookUnited
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  • Manual of Surgery  (1921)  Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles 115131Manual of SurgeryAlexis Thomson and Alexander Miles1921
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  • and Medieval Surgery By John Ambrose Foote 1581033Popular Science Monthly Volume 85 November 1914 — Arabian and Medieval Surgery By John Ambrose
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  • _Alexis18631924A Scots surgeon, Professor of Surgery at the University of Edinburgh, 1909–1923 Manual of Surgery (1921) Some or all works by this
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  • surgeon and lecturer on anatomy and surgery. President of the Royal College of Surgeons. Manual of Surgery (1921) Some or all works by this
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  • New International Encyclopædia Splint (surgery) 1335117The New International Encyclopædia — Splint (surgery) SPLINT (Swed. splint, spike, forelock
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  • Emergency War Surgery United States Department of Defense Preface 254114Emergency War Surgery — PrefaceUnited States Department of Defense This
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  • became M.R.C.S. in 1770. In 1779 he is described as surgeon and lecturer on surgery in Edinburgh. Either at that time or later, his lectures included besides
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  • Emergency War Surgery United States Department of Defense Foreword 254104Emergency War Surgery — ForewordUnited States Department of Defense
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  • Emergency War Surgery United States Department of Defense Prologue 254150Emergency War Surgery — PrologueUnited States Department of Defense
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  • War Surgery NATO Handbook United States Department of Defense Acknowledgments 255117Second United States Revision of the Emergency War Surgery NATO
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  • The Evolution of Surgery by William Thorburn End matter 1159661The Evolution of Surgery — End matterWilliam Thorburn
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  • Monthly Volume 74 June 1909  (1909)  Suggestions from Two Cases of Cerebral Surgery Without Anesthetics By George Trumbull Ladd 1579215Popular Science
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  • Joseph.jpg18271912OM, FRS; English surgeon who promoted the idea of sterile surgery This author wrote articles for the Dictionary of National Biography, and
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  • Virginia moved in state court for an order directing respondent to undergo surgery to remove a bullet lodged under his left collarbone, asserting that the
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  • [q. v.], the great anatomist. He never attended a course of lectures on surgery, but in 1818 he was given by Robert Liston [q. v.] the charge of his dissecting
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  • Proclamation National Outpatient Ambulatory Surgery Week, 1988, reminds us that more and more surgeries are being done on an outpatient basis in either
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  • Evolution of Surgery  (1910)  by William Thorburn 1159658The Evolution of SurgeryWilliam Thorburn1910 The Evolution of Surgery BY WILLIAM THORBURN
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  • from the Harvard Medical School in 1895. After doing exceptional cerebral surgery abroad under Kocher at Berne and Sherrington at Liverpool he began private
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  • Casson, then senior surgeon to the Bradford Infirmary. Here he learnt minor surgery, and was taught so much Latin as enabled him to pass the preliminary examination
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