Thomas Laycock

(1812—1876) physician

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Thomas Laycock was born in Wetherby in the West Riding, Yorkshire and died at home in Edinburgh on 21 September 1876. He studied at the Wesleyan Academy, Woodhouse Grove, at University College London, and with Lisfranc and Velpeau in Paris in 1834. He became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1835, returning to the continent for the MD, which he received at Göttingen with honours in 1839.


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