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Doug·las

(dŭg'lăs),
John C., Irish obstetrician, 1777-1850. See: Douglas mechanism.

Doug·las

(dŭg'lăs),
James, Scottish anatomist in London, 1675-1742. See: Douglas abscess, Douglas cul-de-sac, Douglas fold, Douglas line, Douglas pouch, cavum douglasi.

Doug·las

(dŭg'lăs),
Beverly, U.S. surgeon, 1891-1975. See: Beverly Douglas procedure.

Doug·las

(dŭg'lăs),
Claude G., English physiologist, 1882-1963. See: Douglas bag.
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