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Samuel Henry (Harry) Harris - bibliography

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Australian urologic surgeon, Born August 22, 1881, Sydney; died December 25, 1936, Lewisham, Sydney.


  • S. Harry Harris and Richard G. S. Harris:
    Renal sympathetico-tonus and renal sympathectomy.
    The Canadian Medical Association Journal, Toronto, February 1931, 24 (2): 235–239.
    Read for the authors by Lord Moynihan at the combined meeting of the British and Canadian Medical Associations, Winnipeg, August 29, 1930, in the Section of Surgery.
  • Percival Serle (1871-1951):
    Harris, Samuel Harry.
    In: Dictionary of Australian Biography. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1949.
  • Leonard J. T. Murphy:
    Harris, Samuel Henry (Harry) (1881 - 1936).
    Australian Dictionary of Biography, Melbourne University Press, 1983, 9: 212-213.
  • Leonard J. T. Murphy:
    Harry Harris and his contribution to suprapubic prostatectomy.
    The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery, Carlton, Victoria, December 1984, 54 (6): 579-588.

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