Frederick Tyrrell


Frederick Tyrrell

Frederick Tyrrell or "Tyrell" (1793–1843), English surgeon. Assistant surgeon London Eye Infirmary 1820. Lecturer in anatomy and surgeon to St Thomas's Hospital 1822. Arris & Gale lecturer; published "Diseases of the eye" (1840). ["The concise DNB" (Dictionary of National Biography): volume 1 to 1900. Oxford University Press. p1325 ]

A nephew of Sir Astley Cooper, Tyrell was one of Thomas Wakley's 'Three Ninnyhammers' and was co-proprietor of the Aldersgate Private Medical Academy (founded 1825) with William Lawrence.

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