Sir James Paget

(redirected from James Paget)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.
Related to James Paget: Sir James Paget, James Paget Henry

Paget, Sir James

(păj`ĭt), 1814–99, British surgeon and pathologist. He taught and practiced at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, and cataloged the museums of St. Bartholomew's and of the Royal College of Surgeons. He was a skilled diagnostician and an authority on diseases of the bones and joints. His works include Lectures on Tumours (1851) and Lectures on Surgical Pathology (1853).
The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia™ Copyright © 2013, Columbia University Press. Licensed from Columbia University Press. All rights reserved. www.cc.columbia.edu/cu/cup/
References in periodicals archive ?
My heartfelt sympathies go out to the families of those who have lost their loved ones." Formal identification is expected to take place after post-mortem examinations by a Home Office pathologist at James Paget Hospital in Gorleston conclude.
He was then taken to James Paget Hospital with serious head injuries but has since been transferred to Addenbrooke's Hospital where he remains.
Commenting on the decision, Ben Burton (pictured), consultant ophthalmologist at the James Paget University Hospital, said: "Granting access to ranibizumab for patients with DMO, who face the very real prospect of permanently losing their vision, is great news.
Sir James Paget published the first report making a connection between the observation of a scaling crust of the nipple and breast cancer.
Died at James Paget Hospital, Gorleston, Norfolk, aged 72 years.
Professor Jerome Pereira, consultant breast surgeon at James Paget University Hospitals and contributing author said, that doctors should inform women about the new findings so as to help them make better informed decisions.
The Czech-born rider was speaking from her bed at James Paget Hospital in Yarmouth, where she was due to undergo further scans before surgeons operate today.
Tragic James Paget, 28, killed himself after racking up pounds 60,000 worth of credit card bills and loan charges to fund a secret gambling habit and cocaine addiction that not even his girlfriend or family knew about.
Tragic James Paget, 28, killed himself after racking up pounds 60,000-worth of credit card bills and loan charges to fund a secret gambling habit and cocaine addiction that not even his girlfriend or family knew about.
Axillary-subclavian vein thrombosis or "effort" throm bosis was initially described by Sir James Paget in 1875 and Von Schroetter in 1884.
For part 3, James Paget and Loveday Alexander separately look for evidence that the Gospels were known to Jews and "pagans" in the first two centuries.