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Charles F. M. Saint - bibliography

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South-African surgeon, born 1886, Bedlington, Northumberland, died 1973.


Charles F. M. Saint:
•  An introduction to clinical surgery. Second edition, 1949.
   London : H. K. Lewis & Co. Ltd.
   British Journal of Surgery, 1950, 37, 148: 455.

Charles F. M. Saint:
•  An introduction to clinical surgery. Surgical Wherefores and
   therefores: A Reasoned Explanation of Surgical Note-taking.
   Published for the Post-Graduate Press by The African Bookman.
   British Journal of Surgery. 1946, 33, 132: 403.
   The Journal of the American Medical Association, 1950, 143 (4): 404.

Charles F. M. Saint:
•  Saint's triad. The origin and story of its recognition.
   Review of Surgery, Philadelphia, January-February 1966, 23 (1): 1-4.

•  In memoriam. Charles F. M. Saint, C.B.E., F.R.C.S. (1886–1973).
   British Journal of Surgery, May 1973, 60, 5: 407.
   No author listed.

Barry G. Firkin and Judith A. Whitworth:
•  Dictionary of Medical Eponyms.
   The Parthenon Publishing Group. 1989. New edition in 2002.
   Main source for this article.

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