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eBook Diseases of the Hip, Knee, and Ankle Joints ePub

by Hugh O. Thomas

  • ISBN: 0930405315
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Hugh O. Thomas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jeremy Norman Co; Collectors edition (June 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 283
  • ePub book: 1895 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1306 kb
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by. Thomas, Hugh Owen, 1834-1891.

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Injuries and Diseases of the Knee-Joint, and Their Treatment by Amputation and Excision ContrastedThe Jacksonian Prize Essay of the Royal College of Surgeons of England for 1865by William Paul Swain

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The past and present treatment of intestinal obstructions (1879).

On 28-07-2009 Moderators: -Professor Seetharam Rao Dr K Ramachandra Kamath Presenter: - Dr Praveen Babu K H. EARLY LIFE Hugh Owen Thomas was born at Bodedern, Anglesey in North Wales, on August 23, 1834. He has been called "the Father of British Orthopaedics". Hugh descended from a family that had originally been settled in Anglesey, where a family tradition of bone-setting had been established. The past and present treatment of intestinal obstructions (1879). The treatment of fractures of the lower jaw (1881).

his book Diseases of the hip, knee and ankle. From Diseases of the hip, knee and ankle. 4. Jones A R. The influence of Hugh Owen Thomas on the evolution of the treatment of. skeletal tuberculosis. J Bone Joint Surg 1953;35-B:309-19. joints with their deformities, treated by a new. and efficient method. joints, with their deformities, treated by a new. and efficient method by Thomas (1876).

Hugh Owen Thomas descended from a young boy who had been shipwrecked in Anglesey in 1745. Given the name Evan Thomas by the family that adopted and raised him, he established a family tradition of bone-setting. Evan Thomas - the grandson of the original survivor, and Hugh’s father - had moved to Liverpool at the age of 19, where he set up a successful practice as bone-setter. Intestinal disease and obstruction (1883).

13 Thomas, Hugh Owen. 1875, Diseases of the Hip, Knee and Ankle-joints. SUBJECT AREA: Medical technology.

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Boston, Little, Brown & C. 1962, 283 p. 26 illus. At this time it will be welcomed probably more for its historical interest than for its clinical importance.

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Facsimile reprint, with 26 illustrations and a new introduction by Leonard F. Peltier. This work is the most important work of the legendary and eccentric Liverpool surgeon Hugh Owen Thomas (1834-91), son of a bonesetter, who revolutionized the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and diseases. The work is available in both a cloth-bound edition and a special limited edition of 100 copies, hand-bound in the finest morocco leather, each copy individually numbered and signed by the editor.