Cheselden

Cheselden (spr. Tschifeld'n), William, geb. 1688 zu Sowerby in Leicester, erster Chirurg des Thomashospitals u. Leibchirurg der Königin, berühmter Steinoperateur; st. 1752 in London; er schr.: The anatomy of the human body, Lond. 1713, uö. (deutsch von Wolf, Gött. 1790); Treatise on the bigh operation of stone, Lond. 1783, u. m. a.


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