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Biographical entry Webb, Arthur Liddon ( - 1969)

MRCS and FRCS 1929; MB BS Adelaide 1922; FRACS 1957.

Orthopaedic surgeon


Arthur Liddon Webb was educated at the University of Adelaide where he graduated MB, BS in 1922. He came to England and obtained the FRCS in 1929. He specialized in orthopaedics, and held the appointments of consultant orthopaedic surgeon at St George's Hospital and the Mater Misericordia Hospital in Sydney, and the Ryde District Hospital, and was director of orthopaedic surgery at the Hornsby District Hospital, Sydney.

During the second world war he served in the 2/5 Australian General Hospital and was specialist orthopaedic surgeon to the Royal Australian Air Force. After demobilization he returned to practise in Macquarie Street, and retired ultimately to Wahroonga. He died in 1969.

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