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Edwin Homer Ellison - bibliography

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Biography

American surgeon, born September 4, 1918, Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio; died April 29, 1970, Fox Point, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Bibliography

  • W. D. Johnson, R. J. Glemma, D. Lepley, Jr, E. H. Ellison:
    Extended treatment of severe coronary artery disease: A total surgical approach.
    Annals of surgery, Philadelphia, 1969, 171: 460.
  • E. H. Ellison, L. C. Carey, et al:
    Ellison's atlas of surgery of the stomach and duodenum. Saint Louis, Mosby. 1971

    Obituary in: Gastroenterology, New York, 1970, 59: 938.

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