Embryology History - Edward Fawcett

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Edward Fawcett
Edward Fawcett

Introduction

Edward Fawcett (1867 - 1942) was Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Professor of Anatomy, University of Bristol until his retirement in 1934.

Other roles:

  • Honorary president of the Anatomical Section at the International Medical Congress of 1909 in Budapest.
  • President of The Anatomical Society (1927–1929).
  • Died Sep 23, 1942.


Edward Fawcett Links: 1906 Palate | 1910 Head | 1910 Sphenoid | 1911 Maxilla, vomer, and paraseptal cartilages | 1913 Clavicle | 1930 Mandible | Fawcett image | Edward Fawcett


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References

Fawcett E. On the development, ossification, and growth of the palate bone of man. (1906) J Anat Physiol., 40(4);400-6. PMID 17232695 | PMC1287457

Fawcett E. Description of a Reconstruction of the Head of a Thirty-Millimetre Embryo. (1910) J Anat Physiol. 44(4): 303-11.

Fawcett E. Notes on the development of the human sphenoid. (1910) J Anat Physiol., 44(3): 207-22. PMID 17232842

Fawcett E. The development of the human maxilla, vomer, and paraseptal cartilages. (1911) J Anat Physiol. 45(4): 378-405..

Fawcett E. The development and ossification of the human clavicle. (1913) J Anat Physiol. 47(2): 225-34. PMID:17232952 | PMC1289013

Fawcett E. Some observations on the roof of the primordial human cranium. (1923) J Anat. 57(3): 245-50. PMID: 17103974

Fawcett E. A model of the left half of the human mandible at the 17 mm CRL stage. (1930) J Anat Physiol. 47(2): 225-34. PMID:17104287 | PMC1250145


Fawcett. (1930). A Model of the Left Half of the Human Mandible at the 17 mm. C.R. Stage. J. Anat. , 64, 369-70. PMID: 17104287

Fawcett. (1923). Some Observations on the Roof of the Primordial Human Cranium. J. Anat. , 57, 245-50. PMID: 17103974

Fawcett E. (1917). The Primordial Cranium of Microtus amphibius (Water-Rat), as determined by Sections and a Model of the 25-mm. Stage. With Comparative Remarks. J. Anat. , 51, 309-59. PMID: 17103821

Fawcett. (1913). The Development and Ossification of the Human Clavicle. J Anat Physiol , 47, 225-34. PMID: 17232952

Fawcett. (1911). The Development of the Human Maxilla, Vomer, and Paraseptal Cartilages. J Anat Physiol , 45, 378-405. PMID: 17232896

Fawcett E. (1910). The Long Fox Lecture: The Development of the Human Skull. Bristol Med Chir J (1883) , 28, 97-112. PMID: 28896569

Fawcett E. (1906). The Explanation of Alveolar Cleft Palate. Bristol Med Chir J (1883) , 24, 237-249. PMID: 28896797

Fawcett E & Blachford JV. (1900). The Frequency of an Opening between the Right and Left Auricles at the Seat of the Foetal Foramen Ovale. J Anat Physiol , 35, 67-70. PMID: 17232456

Fawcett E. (1906). On the Development, Ossification, and Growth of the Palate Bone of Man. J Anat Physiol , 40, 400-6. PMID: 17232695

Fawcett E & Blachford JV. (1905). The Circle of Willis: an Examination of 700 Specimens. J Anat Physiol , 40, 63.2-70. PMID: 17232664


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