George Henry Fox (1846 – 1937) was an American dermatologist.
Studied in Berlin, London, Paris and Vienna. Fox was one of the six founders of the American Dermatological Association.
- Born 8 October 1846 Ballston Spa, New York
- 1869 – MD University of Pennsylvania
- Professor of dermatology at the New York Medical College for Women
- Died 1 August 1937
- Fox–Fordyce disease (1902)
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- Fox GH, Fordyce JA. Two cases of a rare papular disease affecting the axillary region. J Cutan Genitourin Dis 1902;20:1–5. [Reprint: Arch Dermatol. 2002;138(1):16. JAMA]
- Fox GH. Photographic atlas of the diseases of the skin; Vol I, Vol II, Vol III, Vol IV. Lippincott 1902-1905
- Fox GH. Photographic illustrations of skin diseases. New York: Treat 1887.
- Fox GH. A clinical study of molluscum contagiosum. 1878
- Fox GH. On the so-called pigmentary syphilide. American journal of the medical sciences: 1878
- Fox GH. Photographic illustrations of cutaneous syphilis. New York : E.B. Treat. 1881
- Sturgis FR, Fox GH. Illustrated medicine and surgery. New York: E.B. Treat. 1882
- Fox GH. The use of electricity in the removal of superfluous hair: and the treatment of various facial blemishes. 1886.
- Fox GH. Photographic illustrations of skin diseases; nearly one hundred photographic cases from life, colored by hand. 1889
- Portrait: George Henry Fox, M.D. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library.
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