Reference numberEC/1871/15
TitleWood, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society
Citationpaper ordered for publication in the Philosophical Transactions "upon certain varieties of the Human Neck & shoulder muscles, with their transitional forms and Homologues in the Mammalia"
Five papers upon "variations in Human Myology" published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society in 1864- 65- 66- 67 and 68;
Papers published in the Journal of Anatomy and Physiology
"On Muscular Variation in the Human Arm," Novr 1866
"On the relations of the Aortic Arch and Mediastinum," Novr 1868.
In Todd's Encyclopaedia of Anatomy and Physiology
The article "Pelvis"
In the Transactions of the Pathological Society - vol X
"On the developement [sic] of the Arteries producing abnormalities of the Subclavian and Aorta"
"New Theory of the cause of obliquely ovate pelvis" - - vol VII.
In the Transactions of the Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society. - vols XLIII. XLVI & LII.
"On a new operation for the radical cure of Hernia"; on "a case of transplantation of skin from the abdomen to the arm"; & "On the cause of, & an operation for, Fission of the Bladder with epispadias." Work on "Rupture, Inguinal, Crural, & Umbilical;" - the Jacksonian prize Essay of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, 1861.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. Ch Darwin; St Geo Mivart.
From Personal Knowledge. Wm Fegusson; Erasmus Wilson; James Salter; James Paget; William B Carpenter; Peter Martin Duncan; Thomas H Huxley; David Forbes; W Boyd Dawkins; J W Hulke; John Denis Macdonald; T Spencer Cobbold; Caesar H Hawkins; J R Martin; W H Flower
Extent1 sheet
Access statusOpen

Wood, John: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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