Henry Hugh Clutton
Henry Hugh Clutton (12 July 1850 – 9 November 1909) was an English surgeon who described painless symmetrical hydrarthrosis (an accumulation of water in the cavity of a joint), especially of the knee joints: seen in hereditary syphilis. The ailment is called "Clutton's joints." He is commemorated by the Clutton Medal and Prize, awarded for excellence in Clinical Surgery at St Thomas's Hospital, Kings College School of Medicine and Dentistry.
- "Clutton, Henry Hugh (CLTN869HH)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
- Transactions of the Clinical Society of London 38. 1905.
- 1938 American Illustrated Medical Dictionary by W. A. Newman Dorland.
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