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John Douglas
(?–1743)
Scottish surgeon and lithotomist

WorksEdit

  • A Syllabus of what is to be performed in a Course of Anatomy, Chirurgical Operations, and Bandages, 1719
  • Lithotomia Douglassiana, or Account of a New Method of making the High Operation in order to extract the Stone out of the Bladder, invented and successfully performed by J. D., 1720
  • An Account of Mortifications, and of the surprising Effects of the Bark in putting a Stop to their Progress, 1729
  • Animadversions on a late Pompous Book intituled “Osteographia, or the Anatomy of the Bones,” by William Cheselden, Esq., 1735
  • A short Account of the State of Midwifery in London, Westminster, 1736
  • A Dissertation on the Venereal Disease, 1737, 1739

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