Embryology History - Arthur Keith

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Sir Arthur Keith (1866 - 1955)
Sir Arthur Keith (1866 - 1955)

Sir Arthur Keith (1866 - 1955) was a Scottish anatomist and embryologist. He was a fellow and later the Hunterian Professor and conservator of the Hunterian Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

References

Keith A. Human Embryology and Morphology. (1902) London: Edward Arnold.

Keith A. Three demonstrations on congenital melformations of palate, face, and neck. (1909) Br. Med. J. .

Keith A. Malformations of the human body from a new point of view: 1. Brain and Spinal Cord - 2. Face and Mouth. (1932) Br. Med. J.

Keith A. Malformations of the human body from a new point of view: 3. Umbilicus - 4. Testes. (1932) Br. Med. J. .

Keith A. Malformations of the human body from a new point of view: 5. Bladder Exstrophy - 6. Perineum. (1932) Br. Med. J. .

Keith A. Concerning the origin and nature of certain malformations of the face, head, and foot. (1940) Br. J. of Surgery.


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