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James Berry - bibliography

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Canadian surgeon in England, born February 4, 1860, Kingston, Canada; died 1946.


  • Diseases of the thyroid gland and their surgical treatment. London, 1901.
  • A manual of surgical diagnosis. London, 1904.
  • Harelip and cleft palate. With Special Reference to the Operative Treatment and Its Results.
    With Thomas Percy Legg (1872-1930). London, 1912.
  • The story of a Red Cross unit in Serbia.
    With F. May Dickinson Berry and W. Lyon Blease. London, J. & A. Churchill, 1916.
    Dedicated to H.R.H. Alexander, Crown Prince of Serbia.
  • Great teachers of surgery in the past: Sir James Berry (1860-1946).
    The British Journal of Surgery, Bristol, May 1965, 52: 321-323. No authors listed.

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