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FIELD, Henry Martyn, physician, born in Brighton, Massachusetts, 3 October 1837. He was graduated at Harvard in 1859, and at the College of physicians and surgeons in New York in 1862. After serving for more than a year in the U. S. army as acting assistant surgeon, he settled in New York, where he practiced for four years. In 1867 he removed to Newton, Massachusetts, and there acquired a large general practice, making a specialty of female diseases. He was elected professor of therapeutics in Dartmouth medical College in 1872. Dr. Field was one of the corporators of the Boston gynecological society, His papers on his specialty are published in transactions of various societies.
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