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Biographical entry Perrin, Thomas ( - 1926)

MRCS Feb 9th 1899; FRCS June 1st 1905; LRCP Lond Feb 9th 1899; MD Lond 1900; BS (Hons) 1905; MD 1906; MS 1907.

3 October 1926
General surgeon


Studied at St Thomas's and the London Hospitals. He was Ophthalmic House Surgeon at St Thomas's and Clinical Ophthalmic Assistant at the London Hospital. He was then Assistant Medical Superintendent of the City of London Union Infirmary, Bow. During the War (1914-1918) he was Surgical Specialist to the Curragh Camp, Colchester, and at Wimereux. Having afterwards settled in practice at Aylesbury, he was Surgeon to the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital in partnership with Dr James Shaw, of High Street, Aylesbury. He was an active member and Secretary of the local Branch of the British Medical Association. He was very popular, with an unassuming manner, kindly and courteous to patients, keen and scientific, always ready to help and co-operate with his colleagues. He died at 10 Temple Square, Aylesbury, on Oct 3rd 1926.

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