Charles Aston Key - bibliography
British surgeon and cardiologist, born 1798, London; died August 23, 1849.
- A short treatise on the section of the prostate gland in lithotomy; with an explanation of a safe and easy method of conducting the operation on the principles of Cheselden.
London, 1824, with 4 plates.
- Case of axillary aneurism successfully treated by tying the subclavian artery.
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London, 1825.
In 1823 Key successfully ligated the subclavian artery for aneurysm at the axilla.
- On chronic enlargement of testicle etc. London Medical Gazette, 1829.
- Removal of a tumour fifty-six pounds in weight, extending from beneath the umbilicus to the anterior border of the anus.
Lancet, London, 1830/1831, I: 86-89.
- Aneurysm of the arteria innominata, operation by tying the carotid; sudden death; singular pathological appearances.
London Medical Gazette, 1830.
- A memoir on the advantages and practicability of dividing the stricture in strangulated hernia on the outside of the sac etc.
London, Longman, 1833, with 3 plates.
Introducing the principle of dividing the stricture outside the sac in cases of strangulated hernia – herniotomy – without opening of the hernial sac.
- Femoral aneurism successfully treated by a ligature of the external iliac artery.
Guy's Hospital Reports, London, 1836, 1: 59-78.