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Roger Wyburn-Mason - bibliography

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Biography

British physician, born October 2, 1911; died June 16, 1983.

Bibliography

  • A Case of Lead Poisoning.
    G. E. Beaumont and R. Wyburn-Mason.
    British Medical Journal, January 28, 1939, 1 (4073): 150–153.
  • Brachial neuritis occurring in epidemic form. The Lancet, 1941, 29: 662-663.
  • On some anomalous forms of amaurotic idiocy and their bearing on the relationship of the various types.
    The British Journal of Ophthalmology, May 1943, 27 (5): 193–207.
  • The vascular abnormalities and tumours of the spinal cord and its membranes.
    London : Henry Kimpton, 1943. St. Louis : C. V. Mosby, 1943.
  • Arteriovenous aneurysm of mid-brain and retina, facial nævi and mental changes.
    Brain, Oxford, 1943, 66: 163-203.
  • Acute Aseptic Meningitis.
    Postgraduate Medical Journal, London, March 1944, 20 (220): 88-92.

  • On Some Pressure Effects associated with Cervical Rib and with Rudimentary and "Normal" First Ribs, and the Factors entering into their Causation.
    Harvey Jackson, F. M. R. Walshe and R. Wyburn-Mason. Brain, 1944, 67: 141.
  • New Conception of Angina Pectoris.
    British Medical Journal, May 22, 1948, 1 (4559): 972-975.
  • New Conception of Angina Pectoris.
    British Medical Journal, July 10, 1948, 2 (4566): 108.
  • Trophic nerves. Their role in physiology and pathology with especial reference to the ætiology of malignant, neurological and mental disease and inflammatory and atrophic changes. London : Henry Kimpton, 1950.
  • Nature of Tic Douloureux.
    British Medical Journal, July 18, 1953, 2 (4828): 119-122.
  • Costo-clavicular Compression of the Subclavian Vein.
    British Medical Journal, November 28, 1953, 2 (4847): 1198-1200.
  • The Nature of Bell's Palsy.
    British Medical Journal, September 18, 1954, 2 (4889): 679-681.
  • Malignant Change Arising in Tissues Affected by Herpes.
    British Medical Journal, November 5, 1955, 2 (4948): 1106–1109.
  • Visceral Lesions in Herpes Zoster.
    British Medical Journal, March 23, 1957, 1 (5020): 678-681.
  • Malignant Change Following Herpes Simplex.
    British Medical Journal, September 14, 1957, 2 (5045): 615-616.
  • Association of Gastro-duodenal Lesions with Ménière's Syndrome.
    British Medical Journal, January 10, 1959, 1 (5114): 79-83.
  • Herpes Zoster and Paralytic Ileus.
    British Medical Journal, December 5, 1959, 2 (5161): 1258.
  • A New Protozoon.
    British Medical Journal, August 21, 1965, 2 (5459): 478.
  • Crohn's disease and carcinoma of colon.
    British Medical Journal, June 15, 1968, 2 (5606): 697.
  • Jaundice and methyldopa.
    R. Wyburn-Mason and C. Anastassiades,
    British Medical Journal, March 22, 1969, 1 (5646): 780.
  • Jaundice and methyldopa.
    British Medical Journal, May 3, 1969, 2 (5652): 315.
  • Immunity to Cancer.
    British Medical Journal, June 21, 1969, 2 (5659): 765–766.
  • Cancer and the Nervous System.
    British Medical Journal, August 2, 1969, 3 (5665): 302.
  • Disseminating cysticercosis in England.
    R. Wyburn-Mason and M. A. Shaikh.
    British Medical Journal, January 20, 1973, 1 (5846): 173.
  • Points: Postinjection reactions to gold.
    British Medical Journal, August 11, 1979, 2 (6186): 394.
  • The free-living amoebic causation of rheumatoid and autoimmune diseases.
    International Medicine, 1979, 1: 20-25.
  • New views on the aetiology of rheumatoid arthritis.
    British Medicine, August 21, 1979: 12-14.
  • The Naeglerial causation of rheumatoid disease and many human cancers. A new concept in medicine. Medical Hypotheses, Penrith, England, 1979, 5: 1237-1249. Biographical etc:
  • Perry A. Chapdelaine, Sr.
    The Roger Wyburn-Mason Hypothesis.
    http://www.arthritistrustweb.us/research/Wyburn-MasonHypothesis1975.pdf In Memoriam. Roger Wyburn-Mason, M.D., Ph.D.
    October 2, 1911-June 16, 1983.

    By Anthony di Fabio, June 18, 1983
  • Joan Wyburn Mason:
    Love and Humour: My Life with Professor Roger Wyburn-Mason.
    AC Projects. December 1985. 44 pages.
http://www.arthritistrust.org/Articles/RogerWyburn-MasonMemorial.pdf

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