Benjamin Hobson (1816–1873): His Work as a medical missionary and influence on the practice of medicine and knowledge of anatomy in China and Japan

@article{Bosmia2014BenjaminH,
  title={Benjamin Hobson (1816–1873): His Work as a medical missionary and influence on the practice of medicine and knowledge of anatomy in China and Japan},
  author={Anand N. Bosmia and T. Patel and Koichi Watanabe and M. Shoja and M. Loukas and R. Tubbs},
  journal={Clinical Anatomy},
  year={2014},
  volume={27}
}
Benjamin Hobson was a British missionary and physician who lived in China for twenty years. He founded multiple hospitals in Southern China and used his knowledge of Western medicine to educate Chinese doctors. He wrote several medical textbooks in Chinese of which the first was the A New Theory of the Body (1851). The illustrations from his book were renditions and originals from William Cheselden's Anatomical Tables (1730) and Osteographia (1733).The Japanese version of Hobson's work appeared… Expand
Chinese translation of English textbooks on internal medicine from the 1850s to the 1940s
Benjamin Hobson (1816–1873): His role in the absorption of western medicine and anatomy in Japan