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Sir Robert Grieve Hutchison - bibliography

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British radiologist, born October 28, 1871, Edinburgh; died 1960.


  • The chemistry of the thyroid gland and the nature of its active constituent.
    Journal of Physiology, London, 1896, 20: 474-496.
    Isolation of globulin afterwards named thyroglobulin.
  • Clinical methods. With H. Rainy. London, 1897.
  • Food and the principles of dietics.
    New York and London, 1901.
  • Lectures on diseases of children. London, 1904.
  • Applied physiology. London, 1908.
  • Lectures on dyspepsia. London, 1925.

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