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Sir Charles Alfred Ballance - bibliography

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Biography

English surgeon, 1856-1936.

Bibliography

  • A treatise on the ligation of the great arteries in continuity.
    With Walter Edmunds (1850-1930).
    London, Macmillan & Co., 1891.
    Includes Ballance's scale of measurement of calibre of arteries.
  • Some points in the surgery of the brain and its membranes. London 1907.
  • On splenectomy for rupture without external wound; with remarks on the symptoms produced by the removal of the organ.
    The Practitioner, London, 1908, 60: 347-358.
  • Essays on the surgery of the temporal bone.
    With Charles David Green (1862-1937).
    2 volumes. London, Macmillan, 1919.
    The book is finely illustrated and beautifully produced, with several chapters on the history of the development of temporal bone surgery.
  • A glimpse into the history of the surgery of the brain.
    Thomas Vicary Lecture. London, Macmillan & Co., 1922. First published in Lancet, 1922, 1: 111-116, 165-172.
  • The operative treatment of facial palsy by the introduction of nerve grafts into the Fallopian canal and by other intratemporal methods.
    With Arthur Baldwin Duel (1870-1936).
    Archives of Otolaryngology, Chicago, 1932, 15: 1-70.
    A classic paper which includes some history of the surgical treatment of facial palsy.

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