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Holmes

(hōlmz),
Gordon M., English neurologist, 1876-1965. See: Holmes-Adie pupil, Holmes-Adie syndrome, Stewart-Holmes sign.

Holmes

(hōlmz),
Andrew F., 1797-1860; Canadian physician; one of four founders of McGill University Medical School (Montreal, Quebec); its first dean and librarian.

Holmes

(hōlmz),
Walter Chapin, 1884-1932. See: Holmes stain.
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