Deanna Bloor

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  • Deanna Bloor
  • The Journal of bone and joint surgery. British…
  • 1954
A girl aged three years was first seen on account of nasal obstruction and recurring bronchitis. Birth had been difficult because of a large head, and delivery was completed with the aid of forceps.(More)
  • Deanna Bloor
  • The Journal of the Royal College of General…
  • 1980
The appointment, terms of service, and work of the Poor Law medical officer, the union doctor, is described to illustrate one of the roles of the mid-nineteenth century general practitioner. It was(More)
  • Deanna Bloor
  • The Journal of the Royal College of General…
  • 1982
There were many forms of club or contract practice in the nineteenth century, but the friendly societies were the most important. A brief history of the friendly societies is given. As they grew in(More)
  • Deanna Bloor
  • The Journal of the Royal College of General…
  • 1981
The origin and work of the nineteenth century certifying surgeons is described. Their place within the broad spectrum of general practice is emphasized and their efforts to improve the welfare of(More)
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