Thom's Irish Who's Who/Fullerton, Andrew

FULLERTON, Andrew, C.B., 1919; C.M.G. 1916; M.D., M.Ch., F.R.C.S.I.; late Temp. Col. A. M.S.; late Consulting Surgeon, B.E. Force, France; Surg. Royal Victoria Hospital and Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, etc; ex-President Ulster Medical Society; late Clinical Lecturer in Surgery, Queen's University, Belfast. Educ.: Lurgan College; Queen's College, Belfast (Scholar and Prizeman). M.B., B.Ch., with Highest Honours and Exhibition at Royal University of Ireland, 1890; Coulter Exhibition at Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, and Gold medal at Belfast Hospital for Sick Children; late House-Surgeon Miller Hospital, London, and West Kent General Hospital. Maidstone; late Hon. Demonstrator of Anatomy, Queen's College, Belfast; Member of Council and late Examiner in Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons (Ireland); served European War, 1914-18 (despatches, C.M.G., C.B). Pubns.: Colles's Fracture; An Operation for Fixing Movable Kidney: Meningo-Encephalocele treated by Excision; Wound of Thoracic Duct; On a Series of Forty-eight Cases of Nephrectomy with Four Deaths; Some Points in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Enlarged Prostate; Ruptured Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers; Operations on the Gall Bladder and Bile Ducts; On the Treatment of Vesical Papillomata by the High Frequency Current; Nerve Suture; Direct Transfusion of Blood (jointly); Excision of Knee for Severe Infections; Injury of the Bladder and Urethra in War; Surgical Anatomy of the Knee Joint; Gunshot Wounds of the Kidney, etc. Res.: 8 University Square. Belfast. Clubs: Ulster Club, Belfast; Wellington Club, London; Stephen's Green Club, Dublin.