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HAMMOND, Dudley Whitlock, surgeon, born in Pickens county, South Carolina, 12 May, 1809. He studied medicine in Charleston, and settled first at Ruehersville, Elbert County, and then at Culloden, Monroe County, Georgia, where he remained for more than twenty years. In 1853 he removed to Macon, where he still (1887) resides. Although his practice is general, he has performed most of the capital operations, among them that of lithotomy twenty-three times without the loss of a patient. He is the author of a paper on "An improved Plan for extracting Urethral Calculi," which was published in the "Transactions" of the Georgia medical association for 1870.
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