Conybeare's Textbook of Medicine

Conybeare's Textbook of Medicine is a medical textbook. The first edition was published in 1929 and it reached its fifteenth edition in 1970, causing a reviewer to state the review was "superfluous".[1] Another review stated it was "old-fashioned and readable...well written".[2]

The doctor for whom the text is named is John Josias Conybeare, son of Frederick Cornwallis Conybeare. He was on the staff of Guy's Hospital from which he retired in 1953, and died in 1967.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ British Journal of General Practice 1970
  2. ^ Annals of Internal Medicine 1965
  3. ^ British Medical Journal 1967

SourcesEdit

  • Edward R. Pinckney, MD (February 1965), "Conybeare's Textbook of Medicine.", Arch Intern Med., 115 (2), p. 253, doi:10.1001/archinte.1965.03860140133039, PMC 2237175
  • "Conybeare's textbook of medicine", British Journal of General Practice, 20 (98), pp. 182–183, 1970
  • "BOOK NOTES: Conybeare's Textbook of Medicine", Annals of Internal Medicine, 1 January 1965, doi:10.7326/0003-4819-62-1-182_1, PMC 1878355
  • "Obituary Notices", British Medical Journal, 14 January 1967, doi:10.1136/bmj.1.5532.116

External linksEdit

  • Full text fourteenth edition, 1964 (Internet archive)