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X-ray Radiograph and Medical Reports of a female patient
- X-ray Radiograph and Medical Reports, 1922-1933
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X-ray (extremely faded) and medical reports of a young female patient, mainly by Dr Neville Samuel Finzi (1881-1968), 1922-1933.
These papers were given to the Contemporary Medical Archives Centre in February 2000 by Alison Wood of London W2.
Neville Samuel Finzi, MB, MRCS, LRCP, LSA, DRME (Camb), Hon FACR, Hon FFR (1965), was born on 25 Jun 1881, and recieved his medical training at University College London and Hospital. For much of his career he worked at St Bartholomew's Hospital, London, and became Director of the X-Ray Department and late Consulting Radiologist to the Radiotherapy and X-ray Diagnostic departments. He also held posts as Medical Officer to the Electrical Department of the Metropolitan Hospital and to the X-ray Department of the German Hospital. From 1955-1956 he served as Master of the Society of Apothecaries. Finzi published various papers on the treatment of cancer by radium and X-rays and on ionic medication. In 1913 he published 'Radium Therapeutics' (Frowde, London). He died 3 Apr 1968. The medical reports indicate that Dr Finzi also practised privately in Harley Street, London.