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Charles Harrison Frazier - bibliography

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American neurosurgeon, born April 19, 1870, Germantown, Philadelphia; died July 26, 1936, Maine.


  • A Study of the Post-Operative Changes in the Blood.
    With Holloway. Philadelphia, 1902.
  • Surgery of the Cranial Nerves.
    In Joseph Decatur Bryant (1845-1914) and A. H. Buck: Practical Surgery; New York, 1908.
  • The Intracranial Surgery of the Fifth (Trigeminal) and the Eight (Auditory) nerves.
    In Keen’s Surgery; Philadelphia and London, 1909.
    Keen could be William Williams Keen, 1837-1932.
  • Surgery of the Spine and Spinal Cord.
    With Allen. New York and London, 1918.

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