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,.’ REPRESENTATION OF SPECIALISTS
A ,CONFERENCE of representatives of the Royal Colleges,two of the Royal Scottish Corporations, and the BritishMedical Association was held at the Royal College of Surgeonson July 28, to discuss the general question of the organisationto represent consultants in the future. Sir Lionel Whitby,president of the British Medical Association, presided. Afterdiscussion it was decided to submit to the bodies invitedto the conference the following propositions : ,: . ,.’ . -
(i) That a Joint Committee of the Royal Colleges, theRoyal Scottish Corporations and the British MedicalAssociation be established to advise the Minister ofHealth on all matters concerning consultants and
, specialists.(ii) That the existing. Committee of the Colleges and
Corporations, and the Central Consultants and
Specialists Committee established by the BritishMedical Association, continue in existence to brief theJoint Committee.
(iii) That the Joint Committee be requested to allocate,as soon as practicable, fields in which their constituentbodies are free -to.. take independent action and todeal with governmental bodies direct.
It was agreed to establish an exploratory, committee of ninemembers with Sir Lionel Whitby as chairman.. ’
University of OxfordAt a convocation on July 21, the honorary degree of D.C.L.
was conferred on Sir Areot Lakshmanaswanii Mudaliar,F,R.C.O.G., vice-chancellor of the University of Madras.
Dr. D. S. Hayton-Williams -has -passed the examination forB.A. (honours jurisprudence).
University of Cambridge .
On July 26 a doctorate of law was conferred on Dr. T. B.Davie, who has lately been appointed vice-chancellor of theUniversity of Cape Town. ,
The Copeman medal for medical or biological research hasbeen awarded to Dr. Dayid Verel....
University of LondonDr. E. P. Sharpey-Schafer has been appointed to the
chair of metlicine at St. Thomas’s Hospital medical school,from Oct. 1. -
Mr. D. S. Bertram, PH.D., has been appointed to the reader-ship in entomology at the London School of Hygiene andTropical Medicine, and Mr. F. L. Warren, D.SC., to the
readership in biochemistry at University College. ,
The title of professor emeritus has been conferred on Dr. A. B.Appleton and Dr. 0. L. V. de Wesselow, on their retirementfrom the chairs of anatomy and medicine at St. Thomas’sHospital medical school; on Dr. D. T. Harris on hisretirement from the chair of physiology at the LondonHospital medical college; and on Dr. T. Baillie Johnstonon his retirement from the chair of anatomy at Gùy’sHospital medical school. . ’ .
University of St. AndrewsDr. R. B. Hunter has been appointed to the chair of materia
medica in succession to Prof. F. J: Charteris. ’
Dr. Hunter graduated M.B. in 1938 at Edinburgh University,where he was president of the Royal Medical Society. Later heheld house-appointments and a clinical tutorship at the EdinburghRoyal Infirlnary. During the war, while serving in the R.A.M.C.with the rank, of major, he acted as personal- physician to Field-Marahal Montgomery ; and he was appointed M.B.E. Since hisreturn to Edinburgh he has become lecturer in therapeutics in theuniversity and assistant director of the Edinburgh Post-GraduateBoard for Medicine. He has published papers on’ the clinical useof anti-histamine substances.
Royal College of Physicians of London -
At a comitia held on July 29, with Lord Moran, the president,in the chair, the following fellows were elected officers- for theensuing year:
Censors: Dr. Donald Hunter, Prof. J. Crighton Bramwell, Dr. J.Forest Smith, Prof. R. V. Christie. Treasure)- : Prof. W. G. Barnard.Registrar: : Dr.’ H. E. A. Boldero. Harveian Librarian :Dr. Archibald Gilpin. Assistant Registrar: Dr. W. D. W. Brooks.JUem6M’s of the library conimittee : Dr. Macdonald Critchley, -Dr. J.Bishop Harman, Dr. M. L. Rosenheim, Dr. R. R. Bomford. Financecommittee Dr. J. St. C. Elkington, Dr. G. B. Mitchell-Heggs,Dr. C. T. Potter.
The following were elected examiners :. Chemistry: Mi. Alexander Laivson;,Pxr.D.,.Mr. John Lowndes,F.I.C. Physics: Mr. Stanley Rowlands, PH.D., Mr. J. E. Roberts,PH.D. Materia medica and pharmacoloyg : Prof. E. J. Wayne,Dr. E. F. Scowen, Di’. Wilfred Oakley, Dr. J. Bishop Harman,Prof. A. C. Frazer, Dr. V. J. Woolley. Physiology: Prof. W. R.Spurrell, Prof. J. L. D’Silva. Anatomy: Prof. Thomas Nicol.Pathology: Prof. R. J.- Pulvertaft, Dr. Archibald Gilpin, Prof.W. D. Newcomb, Dr. Kenneth Robson. Medical anatomy andprinciples and practice of medicine : Dr. A. H. Douthwaite, Dr. L. B.Cole, Dr. J. L. Livingstone, Dr. K. Shirley Smith, C. B.Levick, Dr. T.. C. Hint, Dr. Robert Coope, Dr. H. L. Marriott,Dr. Horace Evans, Dr. J. C. Hawksley, Dr.. F. P. Lee Lander,Dr. William Brockbank. Midwifery and diseases peculiar to women :Mr. D. H. Macleod, Mr. H. L. Shepherd, Mr-. R. A. Brews, Mr. J. E.Stacey, Mr. G. F. Gibberd., Public health part I, Prof. J. M.Mackintosh, Prof. M. E. Delafleld; part II, Dr. John GreenwoodWilson. Tropical medicine.- - section A, Major-General SirAlexander Biggam ; section B, Dr. George Macdonald. Ophthalmicmedicine and surgery. Dr. E. A. Blake Pritchard. Psychologicalmedicine part I, Dr. W. D. Niool; part II, Prof. P. C. P. Cloake,Dr. Noel Harris. Lariingologil and otology: Mr. M. L. Formby.Medical radiology Prof. Gilbert Stead, D.SC., Dr. Peter Kerley,Prof. D. W. Smithers.- Anœsthetics: Dr. Kenneth Robson, Dr. C. A.Keele, Dr. A. D. Marston, Dr. B. R. M. Johnson. Child health:Dr. Kenneth Tallerman, Dr. A. G. Watkins. Physical medicine:part I, Dr. J. W. Litchfield, Prof. W. V. Mayneord, D.sc. ; part II,Dr. W. S. C. Copeman, Dr. D. C. Shields: Industrial health _part I,Dr. J. A. Charles ; part II, Prof. R. E. Lane.
The following lecturers were appointed : ,
Dr: Geoffrey Marshall (Harveian orator), Dr. J. :G. ,Scadding(Bradshaw), Dr. A. P. Thomson (Lumlean), Dr. C. Gavey(Goulstonian), Prof. H. P. Himsworth (Oliver-Sharpey), Dr. N. B.Capon (Chal’les,Westh Dr. J. H. Sheldon (F. E. Williams), Dr. DonaldHunter (Ernestine Henry-all for 1949 ; and Dr. A. E. Clark-Kennedy (Croonian) for 1950. ’ ,
The MuBchisbn scholarship, held this year in London, wasawarded to Dr. Mary Holt. The Moxon medal was awardedto Dr. N. Hamilton Fairley, F.R.S., for his work on blood-pigments and malaria, and the Weber-Farkes prize to Dr: S.Roodhouse Gloyne for. his work on the morbid anatomy ofpulmonary tuberculosis and its differentiation from diseasesdue to dust.....
The following, having satisfied the censors’ board, .wereelected to the membership :
Z. H. Abdeen, M.B. Cairo, J. C. L. Adams, m.j3. Loud., A. E. S.Ahmed, M.B. Calcutta, Andrew Allison, M.B. Glasg:, R. P. Aronsonsm.B. Lond., D. V. Bates, M.B. Camb., J. M. Beare, M.D. Belf., T. P.Blanshard, M.D. Lond., A. W. Branwood, M.D. Edin., F: S. W.Brimblecombe, M.B. Lond., K. P. Brown, M.B. Lond., major R.A.M.C.,G. N. Chandler, B.M. Oxfd, M. V. Chari, M.B. Rangoon, E. K.Cruickshank, M.B. Aberd., Marc Daniels, M.D. Paris, Stanley Davis,M.B. Lond., flight-lieutenant R.A.F., G, K. Dhariwal, M.B. Punjab,R. S. Duff, m.B. Glasg., P. R., Duncan, M.B. Manc., J. H. Ebbs.M.D. Birm. and Toronto, M. M. El-Mehairy, M.B. Cairo, N.- B.Finter, M.B. Camb., C. D. Garratt, M.B. Lond., D. H. Garrow,B.M..Oxfd, I. C. Gilliland, M.B. Edin., Boris Golberg, M.B. Wit-w’rsrand, Helen C. Grant, M.B. Lond., G. S. Gray, M.B. Durh.,.Thomas Hanley, m’.i3. Lond., Audrey Hanson, M.B. Lond., J. F. J.Hiekey, M.B. N.U.I., C. K. Hirson, L.R.C.P., G. E. Honey, B.m. Oxfd,D. A. Howell, L.R.C.P., Philip Jacobs, M.B.Brist., Leslie -Jacobson,M.B. Cape Town, B. A. G. Jenkins, M.B. Lond., J. H. P. Johnson,M.B. Calcutta, J. G. P. Jones, M.B. Lpool, Refai R. M. Kamel,M.D. Cairo, J. A. Keeling, M.B. N.Z., S. E. Keidan, M.B. Lpool ;W. L. R. Kenyon, M.B. Mane., Israel Kessel M.B. Witw’rsrand,.J. A. Kilpatrick, M.B. N.Z., S. G. E. Laverty, M.B. Edin., C. W.Lawson, M.B. Sheff., Theresa Lazar, M.B. Birm., R. F. L. Logan,M.D. Belf., Solly Lopis, M.D. Witw’rsrand, E. M. Lourie, M.B. Lond.,J. MacW. MacGregor, M.RC.P.E., A. G. McManis, M.B. Sydney, W. B. D.Maile, M.D. Camb., B. M. Mandelbrote, M.B. Cape Town, JohnMarshall, M.B. Manc., M. M. Martin, M.B. Durh., Robert Martlew,M.B. Camb., W. J. Matheson, M.B.Edin., Edith M. Metcalfe,M.B. Camb., R. G. Miller, M.B. Camb., George Monckton, M.B. Lond,;P. D. Moss, M.B. Lpool, Richard Mulcahy, M.B., N.U.I., L. A. M. B-’:Musso, M.B. Sydney, T. E. Oppe, M.B. Lond., J. S. Pegum, M.B. Camb.J. S. Prichard, M.B. Camb., A. W. S. Ritchie, M.B.N.Z., WilliamRobinson, M.b. Leeds, W. J. B. Rogers, M.B. Camb., AlexanderRussell, M.B. Durh., J. B. G. Russell, M.B. Aberd., A. Z. Shafei,M.B. Cairo,’R. A. Shanks, M.B. Glasg., Norman Shapiro, M.B. CapeTown, Daniel Sheehan, M.D. N.U.I., J. P. Shillingford, M.D. Harvard,M.B.-Lond., Wilfred Sipcus, M.B. Lpool, T. G. Smillie, M.B. Glasg.,F. R. Staub, M.D. Leeds, P. V. Suckling, M.B. Lond., J. M.Swithinbank, M.D. Lpool, Mary Townsend, MB LondL. H. Truelove, B.M. Oxfd, D. H. Turnbull, M.B. Durli., samueiVaisrub, M.D. Manitoba, D. D. Vora, M.D. Bombay, Betty Walker,M.B. Lond., J. B. Walter, M.B. Lond., G. M. Watson, M.B. Adelaide,J. M. Watt, M.B. N.Z., G. H. Wattley, M.B. Brist., Robert Wiggles-worth, M.B. Lond., 0. G. Williams, M.B. Lond., R. B. N. Wilsdon,M.B. Lond., S. R. Wood, M.B. Birm.
Licences to practise and diplomas were conferred on thosenamed in the reports of the Royal College of Surgeonsbelow and in our issues of July 17 (p. 128) and June 18(p. 971).
Register of Orthoptists ,
The 1948 edition -of this register, published by the Boardof Registration of Medical Auxiliaries, is now obtainable,without charge, from the registrar of the board, TavistoekHouse North, Tavistoek Square, London, W.C.I.,
Royal College of Surgeons of EnglandAt a meeting of the council held on July 29; with Lord
Webb-Johnson, the president, in the chair, Dr. HubertWyers was elected as the examiner for the diploma inindustrial health.
The John Tomes prize for 1945-47 was awarded to Prof.H. H. Stones, in recognition of his research in dental patho-logy, and the Hallett prize to T. P. S. Powell, of the Universityof Edinburgh, on the result of the receipt primary examinationfor the fellowship. ,
Diplomas of membership were granted to the following : :.C. P. T. Alexander, M. J. Allwood W B. Ashby, R. H. R. Aston,
Pamela M. Aviss, J. C. Barker, M.- D. Begley, J. R. Bennett, S. Y.Bhagwat, J. M. Bishop, G. C. Blake, R. I. K. Blyth W. 0. Bra,dbury,M. A. Brennan, W. S. Brown, R. W. Buckley, P. I. Busfield, eld, AntheaM. Bushby, P. J. A. Butcher, H. F. OantweII, -A. J. E. Cater,
- Ivor Chance, P. J. C. Chapman, Suzanne K, R. Clarke, Sybil M.Cockersell, Henry Collier, J. L. Cotton; D. N. Cow, D. T. Cox,Katherine S. M. Crouch, D. J. Crowther, Mary E. Curling, KatharinaD. Dalton, F. J. Davies, H. F. Davies. N. C. R. Davies,F. A. de Hamel, Evelyn F. P. Dennett, J. A. L. Derlien, -A. ’J.De Villiers, D. J. Douglass, G. E. Dower E. C. Edwards, D. K.Evans, Shafik Fahmy, Paul Fehrsen, E. J. F. Filose, R. A.’Fox-Linton, P. B. Foxwell, P. N. Gai, Phyllis A. George, J. A. H. Gold-acre, Barbara M. Gray, A. M. Green, E. J. Hargadon, G. L. Harper,Michael Hatton, J. T. Hemingway, C. A. Higgins, J. F. Hindle,Henry Hollis, P. L. Holman, Jean M. Horton, John Humphreys,0. A. N. Husain, Rosemary Huxley-Williams, R. B. Jackson,F. E. James, A. G. Jarrans, Geraint Jones, J. H. Jones, Nesta J.Jones, C. H. G. Kendall, K. J. Kingsbury, Jan Koszyk, NormanLawrence, Alexander Lebedeff, A. J. Lee, A. H. Levy, R. L. Lindon,H. A. Lomax, M. D. Lord, R. A. McGregor, J. W. R. Mclntyre,S. A. Mannan, N. C. March, M. F. P. Marshall, A. P. Marufr, DavidMendel, Marie D. Merchant, A. R. Merrill, J. A. R. Moody,W. P. C. R. Moody, Gwyn Morgan, K. Z. Novak, P. 0. Oliver,G. R. Outwin, Sankar Panikkar, D. F. Parkin, C. -A. Parsons, P. R.Persey, D. L. Postlethwaite, Elizabeth Preston-Thoinas, DeonarineRamdin, James Rankin, E. G. Rees, W. S. Richardson, Janet P.Rickard, D. G. B. Riddick, D. P. Rough, G. J. Schiller, D. L.Sladden, B. H. Smith, R. W. Smithells, R. S. Snell, Roy Southwell,W. F. W. Southwood, C. K. Spalding, J. R. Spears, R. A. Stanger,Rosemary Stephens, Alice H. Stokes, J. W. M. Stone, J. L. V.Summerhayes, E. F. Swift, Margaret N. A. Tew, R. G. Thomas,A. H. Thompson, J. B. Turtle, P. H. Venn, A. F. Verney, J. D.Villiers, D. L. Walker, Charles Waller. Daphne M. L. Walters,D. B. J. Wardle, W. K. M. C. Watkins; W. F. Weatherill, M. A.Weller, Audrey M. Wells, Margaret M. Whitaker, J. H. MoN. White,Margaret P. Whittaker, Freda M. Wilcox, I. L. Wilklnson, J. L.Wilkinson, H. 0. Williams, A. J. Woolf, Mary I. Wray
The following diplomas were granted jointly with the RoyalCollege of Physicians :D.P.H.-E. H. Annels, Fairfax Bell, Robert Calderwood, S. P. C.
Casey, R. M. Coplans, E. J. Crowe, P. C. Dismorr, J. L. Fluker,A. W. Gilbert, J. L. Gordon, F. L. Groarke, Marjory I. H., Isaac,L. F. Jepson, A. F. H. Keatinge, J. W. McConachie, A. C. McLeish,Morris Price, Henry Richards, Peggy J. C. Roberts, Margaret I.Ross, G. G. Sheriff, M. I. Silverton, R. A. Smart, Ruth M. West.
D.A.—G. B. Badock, T. H. S. Burns, and J: R. S. Shields.
Faculty of Anœsthetists.—The following have been electedto the newly instituted fellowship of the faculty :Helen B. Alcock, R. E. Apperly, Philip Ayre, Freda Bannister,
R. A. Beaver, J. Blomfield, John Boyd, E. G. Bradbeer, R. J. B.Broad, G. Maxwell Brown, F. F.-Cartwright, J. N. Cave, L. T.Clarke, R. J. Clausen, R. W. Cope, H. P. Crampton, A. S. Daly,C. J, Massey Dawkins, I. M. Oampbell Dewar, H. W. Featherstone,D. »eir Fisher, R. Blair Gould, C. F. Hadfield, E. M. Handfield-Jones, R. P. Harbord, T. A. B. Harris, J. K. Hasler, B. P. Hill,E. Faikner Hill, M. W. P. Hudson, C. H. M. Hughes, John T. Hunter,Ronald Jarman, E. F. Johnson, W. J. Bennett Jones, Miss A. R.Kerridge, E. Landau, J. A. Lee, A. Goodman Levy, W. S. McConnell,V. 0. McCormick, R. Machray, J. Ross Mackenzie, R. E. Mansfield,Z. Mennell, Edith Joan Millar, Arthur Mills, R. J. Minnitt, C. W.Morris, L. H. Morris, H. J. V. Morton, W. W. Mushin, M. D.Nosworthy, G. R. Phillips, H. H. Pinkerton, K. B. Pinson, A. F.Potter, W. B. Primrose, R. J. Probyn-Williams, B. Rait-Smith,H. A. Richards, E. H. Rink, Alison Ritchie, F. W. Roberts,S. Thompson Rowling, J. F. Ryan, E. A. Scott, W. M. Shearer,Sir Francis Shipway, 0. L. C. Sibley, H. Sington, G. F. RawdonSmith, R. L. Soper, C. E. Sykes, V. E. Vessell, F. F. Waddy, SheinaC. H. Watters, H. N. Webber, Humphrey B. Wilson, H. BruceWilson, H. Woodfield-Davies.
Faculty of Dental Surgery.-On July 16 the first annual
meeting of the faculty was attended by some 160 fellows andlicentiates in dental surgery, when Lord Webb-Johnson,P.R.C.S., gave a historical survey of the college and its asso-ciation with dental surgery.
Prof. H. F. Humphreys has been re-elected and Prof. M. A.Rushton and Prof. H. H. Stone elected to the board of thefaculty. Mr. R. R. Course has also been elected to theboard as representative of the licentiates in dental surgery.The following were admitted to the fellowship in dental
surgery :Prof. Andrew Francis Jackson, Prof. Sheldon Friel, Prof. J. C.
Middleton Shaw, Miss K. C. Smyth, Mr. L. Russell Marsh, Mr.B. Maxwell Stephens.
Royal College of Surgeons of EdinburghAt a meeting of the college held on July 28, with Mr. FrankJardine, the president, in the chair, the -following were
admitted to the fellowship:S-,.J. Aptekar, H. W. C. Bailie, D. M. Bell, W. N. Boyd, WilliamBrydone, D. E. Coyle, D. D. G. Curran, X, A. Dalal, V. J. Downie,V. J8:. Dretman, John Bvans, G. G. Farrington, Roger Finney,G. E. Fordyce, J M. Gold, D. F. P. Gordon, J. P. W. Grant, T. G.Gray, F. S. Gregory, John Grieve, 0. E. Hansen, G. V. Harry,A. H. Haysom, Thomas Hunter, J. B. Jack, W. McK. S. Kelso,M. S. Khan, Douglas Laing, D. M. Lithgow, D. J. Livingstone,A. W. K. lr2ain, Asa Mills, John Macpherson, A. W. MaoQuarrie,P. M. Naidu. R. G Patel, V. R. Rob, Fawzy Selim, A. McE. Smith,Felicity IS. Soutter, D. G. Steer, E. V. Strisiver, P. J. Tarpey, R. D.Wilkins, J. W. Wilson. -. ’
Scottish Con.joinY Board’Having passed the final examination, the following have been
admitted licentiates of the Royal Colleges of Physicians andSurgeons of Edinburgh and the Royal Faculty of Physiciansand Surgeons of Glasgow : ’
Freda M. Addly, A. K. Bain, R. G. Blair, J. A. Brown, DavidBull, E. S. Cohen, Ruby M. Collister, Jessie McI. L. Duce, HymanFishman, Abraham Freedman, L. I. Freeman, David Giamcini,P. W. Grant, James Hamilton, Thomas Hannah, D. P. K. Howie,N. D. ker, - Alexander Kilpatrick, Abram Kwasnik, G. H. Lee,William leggat, A. J. Levine, Audrey E. Lewer, D. McN. McCurrach,A. W. D. Maolntyre, Jessie K. M.-Main, H. M. Marks, CatherineR..S, Mitchell, Margaret E. Morgan, -Archie Muir, W. W. Muir,Bernard Nash, Rosalie A. H. Paul, W. H. Reid, W. J. Reilly, BasilSeltzer, A. E. M. Sieger, Eirlys Speck, R. K. Steen, D. F. F. Stephens,J. McC. H. Steven, John Stewart, Gwyneth Watkins, Margaret L.Watt, Sheila M. Wheeler, G. A. NVhitefleld, Lindsay Wilkie, SophiaW. Wright.
Beit Memorial FellowshipsMr. D. W. Logan, principal of the University of London,has been elected a trustee of the fund. The following awardshave been made :
SENIOR FELLOWSHIP .
F. SANGER, B.sc. To study the structure of proteins with specialreference to insulin : at the department of biochemistry, Universityof Cambridge.
, JUNIOR FELLOWSHIPS ’
D. A. DARCY, B.sc. To study the role of the lymphocyte andplasma cell in homograft breakdown : at the department of zoologyand comparative anatomy, University of Oxford.
R. M. C. DAWSON, B.sc. To study biochemical changes in thebrain associated with different forms of functional activity : atthe biochemical laboratories, Cardiff City Mental Hospital. - - -
F. N. FASTIER, M.sc. To study the nature of the musculotropieaction of basic amidine derivatives : at the department of pharma-cology, University of Oxford. -
L. J. HAYNES, PH.D. To study the synthesis of the coenzyme;cozymase : at the chemical laboratory, University (ft Cambridge.A. T. JAMES, PH.D. To study the relationship between structure
and biological activity in naturally occurring substances : at theLister Institute of Preventive Medicine, London. -
A. MCCOUBREY, B.se. To study analgesic and addictivetendencies from a chemical standpoint: at the. departments oforganic chemistry and pharmacology University of Leeds ...
S. W. STANBURY, M.B. To study the effect of changes in nervousactivity, induced by narcosis and sleep, on the renal circulation andblood-pressure in normal and hypertensive- individuals : at thedepartment of medicine, University of Manchester.
D. VERAL, M.B. To study the postural hypotension which mayfollow prolonged rest in bed : at the clinical research unit, Guy’sHospital, London.
Minister Meets Chairmen of Executive CouncilsMr. Aneurin Bevan, Minister of Health, last week met
for the first time the chairmen of the 138 executive councilswhich have been set up under the National Health ServiceAct. Mr. Bevan said that the vast majority of doctors werecooperating in the effort to make the new service a success:A number of authenticated cases had, however, been broughtto his notice of doctors who were discriminating in selectingpatients or in the standards of amenities provided for publicand private patients ; he believed that only a very smallminority of doctors were behaving in this way. He hopedthat any cases which came to light would at once be
investigated by the local medical committees.
AppointmentsCooKE, R. T., M.D. Edin. : pathologist to the Hartlepools Hospitals
Scunthorpe and District War Memorial Hospital :BROWN, J. W., M.D., B.sc. Lond., F.R.C.P. : cardiologist.McALLISTER, V. P., M.B. N.U.I., F.R.C.S.E.: surgeon.MILLAR, J. H. D., M.D. Belf., M.R.C.P.: physician. ,
MORTON, RALPH, M.B. Edin., F.R.C.S. asst. ear, nose, and throatsurgeon.
ROLLASON, W. N., M.B. Birm., 1).A. : anaesthetist.