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Biographical entry Jennings, Charles Egerton (1859 - 1930)

MRCS 19 April 1881; FRCS 12 June 1884; MB BS Durham 1884; MD 1892; LRCP 1881; LSA1881.

13 March 1930
General surgeon


He was assistant demonstrator of anatomy at the University of Durham, resident accoucheur at the London Hospital, and assistant surgeon at the North-West London and the Cancer Hospitals. He practised in London as a surgeon until 1902, when he retired to Beaconsfield where he lived until 1909. He then moved to Great Somerford, Wilts and in 1911 to Malmesbury, where he died on 13 March 1930 and was buried under an order of the coroner. He was married and his wife survived him.

Cephalotripsy. Trans Obstet Soc Lond 1883, 24, 238, and Lancet, 1883, 2, 231.
Artificial circulation as a means of resuscitation after apparent death. Lancet, 1885, 1, 245, 289.
Cases illustrating the value of cocaine for allaying pain in the destruction of cancerous growth by caustics. Ibid. 1885, 2, 663.
Excision of the entire uterus for cancer. Ibid 1886, 1, 682, 825.
Transfusion for haemorrhage in military surgery. Ibid 1887, 1, 144.
The preventive treatment of syphilis and of hydrophobia. Ibid 1887, 1, 448.

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