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Biographical entry Markwick, Alfred (1822? - 1887)

MRCS July 21st 1843; FRCS May 12th 1859; LSA 1843; LRCP Edin 1859.

Born
1822?
Died
12 March 1887
Hove
Occupation
General surgeon

Details

Studied at University College Hospital and in Paris, where he was at one time Extern at the Hôpital du Midi, at another Surgeon to the Western German Dispensary. In later days he practised at 32 Ventnor Villas, Hove, and died there on March 12th, 1887. He was the introducer of spongiopiline as a substitute for poultices, which gained an Exhibition Prize Medal in 1851.

Publications:
Translation of Henri Bell's Essay on Diabetes, 8vo, London, 1842.
A Description of the Structure and Functions of the Human Skin, London, 1847.

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