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Sir James Paget, 1st. Baronet - bibliography

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British surgeon and physiologist, born January 11, 1814, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk; died December 30, 1899, London.


  • Lectures on Tumours, etc. 1851.
  • Lectures on Surgical Pathology, Delivered at the R. C. S. England. 1863. 3rd editon by Will. Turner, 1870. American edition, Philadelphia, 1865.
  • On gouty and some other forms of phlebitis.
    St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Reports, London, 1866, 2: 82-92. Paget-Schrötter.
  • Pathological catalogue of the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons.
  • On diseases of the mammary areola preceding cancer of the mammary gland.
    St. Bartholomew's Hospital Report, 1874, 10: 87-89.
  • Clinical Lectures and Essays. 1875.
  • On a form of chronic inflammation of bones (osteitis deformans).
    Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London, 1877, 60: 37-63.
  • Additional cases of osteitis deformans.
    Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London, 1882, 65: 225-236. Also several works in the Transactions and Proceedings of the Royal Society; Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, London; St. Bartholomew Hospital Report; Lancet; Medical Times and Gazette, London; British Medical Journal, London.
  • Stephen Paget, editor:
    Memoirs and letters of Sir James Paget.
    London, Longmans, Green and Co., 1901.
  • G. Turner:
    The Paget tradition.
    New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1931, 205: 622–629.
  • K. Reed, T. B. Grage:
    The Paget tradition revisited.
    American Journal of Surgery, Newton, MA, 1982, 144: 498–503.
  • B. V. Shenoy, B. W. Scheithauer:
    Sir James Paget.F. R. S.
    Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Rochester, 1983, 58: 51–55.

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