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A History of 'London' in Urology:

Thomas Hollier

1609 - 1690

Skilled lithotomist who operated on Samuel Pepys

Frederick Swinford Edwards

1853 - 1939

Well known for his writings on rectal and urinary surgery

Edwin Hurry Fenwick

1856 - 1944

One of the earliest adopters of the cystoscope

John Swift Joly

1876 - 1944

Irish-born surgeon with lifelong interest in stones

Frank Kidd

1878 - 1934

Co-founder of the British Journal of Urology in 1929

Arthur Jacobs

1899 - 1974

Widely recognised as "the father of urology in Glasgow"

Terence Millin

1903 - 1980

Expert in retropubic prostatectomy & TURP

Alec Badenoch

1967 - 1969

MD, FRCS

Anthony R Mundy

2006 - 2008

MS, FRCP, FRCS

Sir Henry Thompson Bt.

1886 - 1904

Urologist & polymath

Sir Henry Morris

1906 - 1926

Cancer surgeon & urologist

Sir Peter Freyer KCB

1917 - 1921

Lithotomist & prostatectomist

Ronald Ogier Ward DSO OBE MC

1945 - 1971

First President of BAUS

RHOB Robinson

1955 - 1973

Founder member of BAUS

E Canny Ryall

1926 - 1934

Britain's first endourologist

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