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Sir William Heneage Ogilvie - bibliography

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Biography

British physician, born 1887, Valparaiso, Chile; died 1971.

Bibliography

  • A treatment of fractures in general practice.
    Bale & Danielson, London, 1932
  • War primer on wound infection, its causes, prevention and treatment.
    The Lancet Ltd, London, 1940.
  • Forward surgery in modern war. Butterworth, London, 1944.
  • Abdominal wounds in the western desert.
    Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Chicago, 1944, 78: 225-238.
  • Surgery, orthodox and heterodox.
    Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 1948
    Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, 1948. 241 pages.
  • Early recognition of disease. With William Archibald Robson Thomson.
    Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1949.
  • Pain and its problems. With William Archibald Robson Thomson.
    Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1950.
  • Practical procedures. Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1952.
  • Minor surgery. With William Archibald Robson Thomson.
    Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1952.
  • Favourite prescriptions. With William Archibald Robson Thomson.
    The Practitioner, London, 1954.
  • No miracles among friends. Max Parrish, London, 1959. Medical anecdotes.
  • Hernia. Edward Arnold, London, 1959.
  • Fifty: an approach to the problems of middle age.
    Max Parrish, London, 1962.
  • The tired business man. Max Parrish, London, 1962.
  • Stefan Nydahl and Torgny Svenberg:
    Beskrev pseudo-obstruktion av colon.
    Läkartidningen, Stockholm, 1993, 90 (47): 4230-4243.
    In the series: Mannen bakom syndromet [The Man Behind the Syndrome].

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