Howard Atwood Kelly (February 20, 1858-January 12, 1943)

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Cullen, T. S. and M. W. Blogg (1919). Dr. Howard A. Kelly: Professor of Gynecology in the Johns Hopkins University and Gynecologist-in-Chief to the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore.
   
Cullen, T. S. (1943). "Dr. Howard Atwood Kelly: The Last of the Johns Hopkins Hospital "Big Four"." The Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine 31(3-4): 1-16.
   
Davis, A. W. (1959). Dr. Kelly of Hopkins: Surgeon, Scientist, Christian. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press.
   
Goodwin, W. E. (1946). "William Osler and Howard A. Kelly, 'Physicians, Medical Historians, Friends,' as Revealed by Nineteen Letters from Osler to Kelly." Bulletin of the History of Medicine 20: 611-652.
   
Harvey, A. M. (1974). "Pioneers in urology: James R. Brown, Howard A. Kelly." Johns Hopkins Med J 134(5): 291-301.
   
Karp, L. E. (1975). "Doctors afield.  The fundamentalist and the iconoclast: H. A. Kelly and H. L. Mencken." N Engl J Med 292(6): 297-299.
   
Kelly, H. A. (1980). "Pre-1933 history of gynecology in Maryland.  Part 1." Md State Med J 29(3): 81-85.
   
Kelly, H. A. and W. M. Dumm (1998). "Urinary incontinence in women, without manifest injury to the bladder." Int Urogynecol J Pelvic Floor Dysfunct 9(3): 158-164.
   
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Prout, G. and A. W. Schwartz (1998). "Physician eponyms in surgical clamps on stamps." Medi theme 17(4): 95-98.
   
Schultheiss, D. and U. Jonas (1999). "Max Broedel (1870-1941) and Howard A. Kelly (1858-1943)--urogynecology and the birth of modern medical illustration." Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 86(1): 113-115.
   
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