Biography of Doreen Moorhouse
Doreen Morrhouse, M.B. Ch.B., was the daughter of Herbert Moorhouse and Alice Fieldsende. She was a Resident Medical Officer at the General Infirmary at Leeds, working with Hugh Garland. She later became Assistant registrar, the National Hospital, Queen Square, London. She married Briand D. Handl on April 9, 1962.
We thank André Trombeta for information submitted.
- Hugh Garland and Doreen Moorhouse
Compressive Lesions of External Popliteal (Common Peroneal) Nerve.
British Medical Journal, December 27, 1952, 2 (4799): 1373–1378.
- H. Garland, D. Moorhouse:
An extremely rare recessive hereditary syndrome including cerebellar ataxia, oligophrenia, cataract and other features.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, London, May 1953, 16 (2): 110-116.
- Doreen Moorhouse
Some Neurological Manifestations of Endogenous Hypoglycaemia.
British Medicasl Journal, December 29, 2(5008): 1512–1514.
Read in the Section of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association, Brighton, 1956.