Biographical entry Lacy, Edward (1801 - 1870)
MRCS Dec 6th 1822; FRCS Aug 12th 1852; LSA 1822.
- 7 October 1870
- General surgeon
Professionally educated at St George's Hospital. He practised first at Stockport, where he was Surgeon to the Infirmary Fever Wards and to the Queen's Lying-in Institute. At the latter institution he lectured on midwifery and the diseases of women and children. Removing to Poole, he was at the time of his death Surgeon to the Bournemouth General Dispensary and Surgeon to the 4th Dorset Rifle Volunteers. He died at Poole on Oct 7th, 1870.
"Treatment of Fistula in Ano by Chloride of Zinc." - Med Times and Gaz, 1852, xxv, 576.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Created: 14 June 2012