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Biographical entry Hey, Richard ( - 1860)

MRCS Feb 24th 1836; FRCS Dec 11th 1843 one of the original 300 Fellows; LSA 1826.

1 September 1860
General surgeon


Richard Hey, Surgeon to the York County Hospital and to the Institute for the Blind, lectured on Surgery at the York School of Medicine and was Surgeon to the Female Penitentiary. He lived at Minsteryard, York, and died on Sept 1st, 1860, whilst visiting Ellesborough Rectory, Buckinghamshire.

"Successful Case of Ligature of the Common Iliac Artery for Aneurysm of the External Iliac." - Med-Chir Trans, 1844, xxvii, 325.
"Bronchocele with Successful Cases treated by Seton and Tracheotomy." - Assoc Med Jour, 1855, ii, 993.

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