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Spillane (Author), . ISBN-13: 978-0192612861.
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John David "Jerry" Spillane FRCP (1909–1985) was a Welsh neurologist and a pioneer of tropical neurology. After education at Howardian High School and then graduation BSc from University College Cardiff, Spillane studied medicine at Cardiff's Welsh National School of Medicine, graduating there MB BCh (Wales) in 1933. He qualified MRCP in 1936. In 1937 he went to the USA as a Commonwealth Fund fellow, studying under Paul Dudley White at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital.
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Spillane was elected FRCP in 1950. In 1972 J. D. Spillane delivered the Bradshaw Lecture on The geography of.
Series: Oxford Medical Publications. Paperback: 672 pages. by David Castle (Author), Darryl Bassett (Author), Joel King (Author), Andrew Gleason (Author).
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