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HYDE, Frederick, physician, born in Whitney's Point, New York, 27 January, 1809. His grandfather and father were patriots of the Revolution. Frederick was graduated at the college of physicians and surgeons at Fairfield, New York, in 1836, told since that date has practised medicine in Cortland, New York, treating successfully dislocation of the humerus of many days' standing and other difficult surgical cases. He conducted in Cortland a private school of anatomy. In 1854 he was appointed professor of midwifery and diseases of women and children in Geneva medical college, and from 1855 till 1872 he occupied the chair of surgery there. hi the latter year he was elected to the same chair in Syracuse university, and in 1877 was elected also dean of that institution. He was president of the New York State medical association in 1865, since 1876 has been president of the board of trustees of the State normal school at Cortland, and in that year was a delegate to the International medical congress at Philadelphia. In 1876 he became president of the Cortland savings bank. He has published reports on the "Surgery of Cortland County" (1851-'80); various papers in the "Transactions" of the New York medical society, including "Hernia and its Complications" (1867); "Malignant Tumors of the Abdomen" (1870); and "The Taxis in Strangulated Hernia" (1875); also contributions to the Buffalo " Medical Journal" on "Psoas Abscesses" and "Traumatic Arterial Haemorrhage," besides several addresses.
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