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Nigel Keith Maybury

Nigel Keith Maybury was born in 1943 and is a retired general and vascular surgeon of wide experience. He trained at Oxford University and St Thomas’s Hospital, London. He was a Wellcome Trust research fellow at the Middlesex Hospital, London and later a lecturer in surgery at the University of Leicester. He was appointed as a consultant surgeon at the Royal Albert Edward Infirmary in Wigan, Greater Manchester. He wrote his thesis for a DM from Oxford, on surgery, for duodenal ulcers—a major disease of the 20th century. His previous book published in 2014 was The End of the Golden Age of General Surgery, which describes the training and practice of a surgeon in the second half of the 20th century, before the dramatic changes in the practice of surgery that occurred across Europe at the beginning of the new millennium

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Surgery: An Unfamiliar History

This is a fascinating account of surgery that throws light on forgotten and unknown aspects of its practice from antiquity to the present. It illuminates the rare periods of progress and also explains why there were lengthy times when no original operations were undertaken.Maybury has achieved this ...

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