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ELLIOT, George Thomson, physician, born in New York City, 11 May 1827; died there, 29 January 1871. He was graduated at Columbia in i845, and at the New York University medical school in 1845. He subsequently studied in Paris, London and Dublin, where he attained great clinical skill under Dr. Shekelton. In 1857 he was chosen visiting physician of the Lyingin hospital in New York, and in 1861 was elected to fill the chair of obstetrics and diseases of women and children and of clinical midwifery in the Bellevue Hospital College. His principal medical work is "Elliot's Obstetric Clinic" (New York, 1867).
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