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Biography

English internist, born February 1808, North Taunton, Devonshire, died March 14, 1882, Ashleigh by Barnstaple, North Devon.

Bibliography

  • On diseases of the liver.London, J. Churchill, 1845.
    Budd-Chiari syndrome is on page 135. In the second edition, 1852, page 484, Fasciolopsis buski, the fluke causing fasciolopsiasis, is described. George Busk (1807-1885) found specimens in the liver at necropsy and drew Budd’s attention to them.
    3rd edition, 1857. German translation by Eduard Heinrich Henoch (1820-1910), Berlin, 1846.
  • On the organic diseases and functional disorder of the stomach.
    London, 1855; Philadelphia 1856.
    German translation by W. Langenbeck, Göttingen, 1856.
  • Cholera.
    In: Alexander Tweedie (1794-1884), Sir John Forbes (1787-1861) and John Connolly (1794-1866), publishers: Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine. 4 volumes. London, 1831-1835.
  • Scurvy.
    In: Alexander Tweedie (1794-1884), Sir John Forbes (1787-1861) and John Connolly (1794-1866), publishers: Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine. 4 volumes. London, 1831-1835.
  • Concentric hypertrophy of the heart.
    Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London. 1837-1838.
  • Emphysema of the lung.
    Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London. 1837-1838. William Budd:
  • Typhoid fever; its nature, mode of spreading, and prevention.
    London, Longmans, Green & Co. 1873. Obituary in:
  • Medical Times and Gazette, London, 1882, I, page 308.

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