An anonymous collection of fair-copy notes, probably from lectures, on surgery and on venereal disease

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      GB 206 MS 573
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      1 vol. (267 ff.). Text on rectos only; ff. 2-4, 44, 181-182 and 356-267 blank

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ff. 107, 126 and 127, references to patients at St. George's Hospital, London; f. 152 reference to Mr. Hunter

Administrative / Biographical History

St. George's Hospital, at Hyde Park Corner in London, was founded in 1733 and formal registration of student doctors began in 1751. John Hunter, sometimes described as the father of modern surgery, was a surgeon pupil there in 1754, and was then elected as a surgeon at St. George's in 1768

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Transferred from Medical Library, July 1981


In English

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Pencil note on f. 1, Home and Pearsons lectures; spine-title: Lecture notes. Home and Pearson