Robert Bayley Osgood (1873–1956) American orthopedic surgeon.
A distinguished Boston orthopedic surgeon, a leader in US surgical effort in World War I and important in the founding of the British Orthopaedic Association
- Born 6 July 1873 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA
- 1899 – Doctorate in Medicine from Harvard Medical School
- 1900 – Roentgologist at Boston Children’s Hospital
- 1906 – Orthopedic Surgery Service at Carney Hospital in Boston
- Head of Orthopedic Surgery – Massachusetts General Hospital
- Died 1956
- Osgood-Schlatter disease (1903) – osteochondrosis of the tibial tuberosity, a common causes of knee pain in adolescents.
- Osgood RB. Lesions of the tibial tubercle occurring during adolescence. Boston Med Surg J 1903;148:114-117 [Full Text]
- OBITUARY Obituary. Robert B Osgood. Br Med J. 1956 Nov 10; 2(5001): 1120 [PMC2035885]
- Osgood, Robert Bayley (1873 – 1956) Plarr’s lives of the Fellows
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