- Born on June, 2 1914 Redlands, California
- Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago
- 1941 – US Navy with the USS Savo Island as the ship’s flight surgeon
- Alta Bates Hospital, Berkeley
- Died on September 17, 2009
Holstein–Lewis fracture (1963)
Simple spiral fracture of the humerus involving the distal 1/3 of the shaft with the distal bone fragment displaced and the proximal end deviated toward the radial side. Often associated with radial nerve paralysis.
- Holstein A, Lewis GB. Laminectomy and fusion for disc lesions. Calif Med. 1957 Feb;86(2):91-2.
- Holstein A, Lewis GB. Comminuted fractures of the acetabulum: central dislocation of the femoral head. J Int Coll Surg. 1959 Jul;32(1):65-70.
- Lewis GB, Holstein A. End results in patellectomy. Bull Hosp Joint Dis. 1960 Apr;21:71-4.
- Holstein A, Lewis GB. Fractures of the humerus with radial-nerve paralysis. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 1963; 45: 1382-8 [Holstein–Lewis fracture]
- Holstein A, Lewis GB. Extruded lumbar intervertebral discs in pseudospondylolisthesis. Bull Hosp Joint Dis. 1969 Apr;30(1):28-38.
- Obituary: Gwilym B. Lewis MD. 2009
- Hunter TB, Peltier LF, Lund PJ. Radiologic history exhibit. Musculoskeletal eponyms: who are those guys? RadioGraphics 2000; 20: 819-36.
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