Master of Surgery.
- ‘He researched and wrote his ChM thesis on the treatment of mediastinal tumours and MD thesis on the management of chronic retention.’
- ‘At the institute he investigated advanced endoscopic techniques for tissue removal, which led to his ChM thesis on endoscopic liquidisation of the prostate bladder and kidney.’
- ‘After a two-year research fellowship at the Centre for Hip Surgery at Wrightington Hospital, he was awarded the degree of Master of Surgery (ChM).’
From Latin Chirurgiae Magister.
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