"A long way from Culloden, Georgia."

Jacome, Tomas; O'Leary, J. Patrick; Jacome, T; O'Leary, J P
September 2001
American Surgeon;Sep2001, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p915
Academic Journal
journal article
Pays tribute to United States surgeon Alfred Blalock, who died on September 15, 1964. Family background; Performance in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; Development of the Surgical Research Laboratory; Universities which gave him honorary degrees.


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