Biographical entry Lovell, Arthur Gordon Haynes ( - c. 1919)
MRCS Nov 11th 1909; FRCS Nov 14th 1912; LRCP Lond 1909; MD Brussels 1912.
- c. 1919
- General surgeon
The son of Dr R Haynes Lovell, who practised in Hans Crescent, SW. He was educated at Cheltenham and at St Mary's Hospital, where he was Clinical Assistant in the Ear, Nose, and Throat Department at the time of his death, and had been House Surgeon. He was at one time Surgical Registrar at the London Temperance Hospital, and during the European War was Resident Medical Officer at the King Edward VII Hospital for Officers in Grosvenor Gardens. He practised at 37 Clarges Street, W, and died of septicaemia about the year 1919.
"Synovial Membranes with Special Reference to those related to the Tendons of Foot and Ankle" (with H H TANNER). - Jour of Anat and Physiol, 1908, xlii, 415.
"Vaccine Treatment of Hay Fever." - Lancet, 1912, ii, 1716.
"Hay Fever." - Practitioner, 1914, xeii, 266.
"Actinomycosis, witn Special Reference to Involvement of Bone, and Account of Case Primarily Involving Inferior Maxilla." - Proc Roy Soc Med (Surg Sect), 1912-13, vi, 121.
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