Ormond's disease

Ormond's disease
Or·mond's disease 'ȯr-.mändz- n RETROPERITONEAL FIBROSIS
Ormond John Kelso (1886-1978)
American urologist. Ormond was for many years in charge of the department of urology at a Detroit hospital before engaging in private practice. In 1948 he published a description of ureteral obstruction resulting from fibrosis of retroperitoneal tissue. From 1952 to 1955 Ormond directed the urological department of a medical center in India.

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