1 edition of Robert Druitt, M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.C.S., 1814-1883 found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Hobart-Hampden, Horace Miles, 1829- former owner, Royal College of Surgeons of England|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
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DRUITT, ROBERT (–), medical writer, the son of a medical practitioner at Wimborne, Dorsetshire, was born in December After four years' pupilage with Mr.
Charles Mayo, surgeon to the Winchester Hospital, he entered in as a medical student at King's College and the Middlesex Hospital, London.
As noted by Stephen Ryder in his dissertation, Emily and the Bibliophile: A Possible Source for Macnaghten's Private Information, Montague's uncle, Dr. Robert Druitt () was the author of a well known 19th century text, The Principles and Practice of Modern Surgery which was first published in the He might also have the "Dr.
Druitt" who is referenced with an interesting remark, "You. Montague John Druitt (15 August – early December ) was one of the suspects in the Jack the Ripper murders that took place in London between August and November He came from an upper-middle-class English background, and studied at Winchester College and the University of graduating, he was employed as an assistant schoolmaster at a boarding school and Known for: Suspect in the Jack the Ripper murders.
The Lancet Medical Societies. OBSTETRICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5TH, DR. TYLER SMITH, V.P., IN THE CHAIR THIS being the last meeting of the second session, the follow- ing gentlemen were appointed to audit the accounts for the year Dr.
Braxton Hicks and Mr. Mitchell, F. TANNER exhibited a LARGE COLLOID TUMOUR OF THE OVARY. Edited by HENRY MORRIS, M.A., M.B. Lond., F.R.C.S., Surgeon to, and Lecturer on Surgery at, the Middlesex Hospital, with Illustrations, nearly all original, and many of them in several colours.
36s. Second edition.-This is an ex- cellent work. By T. HENRY GREEN, M.D., F.R.C.P. Revised and enlarged by H. MONTAGUE MURRAY, M.D., F.R.C.P. Engravings.-An excellent r[eacute]sum[eacute] of pathology from he student's point of view.
Brought well up to date, espe- cially in the sections dealing with inflammation, the specific infectious fevers, and the nervous system. I append a list of the first medical officers, from which it will be seen that it includes the names of such well-known men- as Edward Ballard, Robert Barnes, Bristowe, Burden Sanderson, Odling, Pavy, Thomas Stevenson, Dundas Thomson, Andrew Barclay, and Rbbert Druitt.
By A. GALABIN, M.D., F.R.C.P.[mdash]A very deservedly popular book ; literally a manual as it is in one volume ; clear and precise and suffi- ciently informatory to provide the student with all the information necessary for pass examinations.
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