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Hugh Owen Thomas - bibliography

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British orthopaedic suregon, 1834-1891.


  • Diseases of the hip, knee and ankle joints, with their deformities, treated by a new and efficient method.
    Liverpool, T. Dobb & Co., 1875; 2nd. edition, 1876. Emlaregd 2nd edition, 1876.
  • Contributions to surgery and medicine. 8 parts. London, H. K. Lewis, 1883-1890.
  • William Brockbank:
    The Life of Hugh Owen Thomas. Medical History, April 1957 , 1 (2): 190–191.
  • A. R. Jones:
    The influence of Hugh Owen Thomas on the evolution of the treatment of skeletal tuberculosis.
    The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. British Volume, London, May 1953, 35 (2):309-319.
  • David Le May:
    The Life of Hugh Owen Thomas.
    Edinburgh: E. and S. Livingstone Ltd. 1956. 136 pages.

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