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BERNARDINO, Fray. See CIFUENTES. BERNAYS, Augustus Charles, physician, born in Highland, Illinois, 13 October 1854. He was graduated at McKendree College in 1872, after which he stud-led medicine in Heidelberg, Germany, and in 1876 received the degree of Maryland Subsequently he spent some time at the hospitals in Berlin, Vienna, and London, and in November 1877, was elected a member of the Royal College of Surgeons. Soon after his return to the United States he settled in St. Louis, and in 1883 became professor of anatomy in the St. Louis College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Bernays is the author of two embryological monographs*one on the development of the valves of the heart, and one on the development of the knee-joint and joints in general; and also of a series of surgical papers, which appeared between the years 1880 and 1886. under the title of "Chips from a Surgeon's Workshop."
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