Denman, Thomas

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Denman,

Thomas, English obstetrician, 1733-1815.
Denman spontaneous evolution - a mechanism of spontaneous molding of the fetus and impaction of the shoulder with prolapse of the arm noted in some cases of transverse lie.
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Gafyn Thomas Denman is charged with the unlawful killing of 24-year-old Peter William Jones, of Buckley, on May 9.
Gafyn Thomas Denman appeared at Flintshire magistrates' court in Mold yesterday.
Initially Richard practised at Tutbury in Staffordshire, but his professional breakthrough came with an introduction to the leading gynaecologist, Thomas Denman.
In order to account for the physiological changes which took place in pregnancy, influential accoucheurs such as Thomas Denman developed existing physiological concepts such as irritability (a morbidly excitable condition) and consent (sympathy) between organs of the body, to create a model of uterine instability which was thought to affect the mind as well as the body of the pregnant woman.
Gafyn Thomas Denman appeared at Caernarfon Crown Court for a preliminary hearing.