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MARKOE, Thomas Masters, surgeon, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 13 September, 1819. He was graduated at Princeton in 1836 and at the College of physicians and surgeons in New York in 1841. For several years he was professor of anatomy in Castleton medical college, Vermont, and in 1852 he accepted the chair of pathological anatomy in the medical department of the University of the city of New York, which he held until 1854. In 1860 he was elected adjunct professor of surgery in the medical department of Columbia college, and in 1870 he succeeded to the full chair, but in 1879, on its division, he became professor of the principles of surgery. Dr. Markoe has published "A Treatise on Diseases of the Bone" (New York, 1872).
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