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Sir Charles Putnam Symonds

Born  1890
Died  1978

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British neurologist, 1890-1978.

Biography of Sir Charles Putnam Symonds

Sir Charles Putnam Symonds published on a variety of topics, including head injury and brain abscesses. His main affiliation during 1920 1955 was with Guy's Hospital, London. A compilation of Sir Charles Putnam Symond's work, Studies in Neurology, was published by Oxford University Press in 1970.

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