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Fred Bates Lund - bibliography

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American surgeon, 1865-1950.


  • The influence of the New York Surgical Society on the development of surgery.
    Annals of Surgery, Philadelphia, January 1930, 91 (1): 3-12.
  • Galen on malingering, centaurs, diabetes and other subjects more or less related.
    Columbia University Press, 1941.

  • Quintus Horatius Flaccus: A Selection of His Works Rendered Into English Verse By Two Boston Physicians.
    By Fred Bates Lund and Robert Montraville Green (1880-1966.
    Club of Odd Volumes, 1953. 114 pages.

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