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www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1995-04-14-mn-54645-story.html

As horrible as King’s wrong-leg amputation is, that is not the only or even the worst medical outrage to take place at the hospital during a nightmarish 26-day spell that threatens to wipe out a ...

cvhf.org.uk/history-hub/mad-bad-and-dangerous-to-know-henry-viiis-medical...

‘The king’s life was really thought in danger, not from the fever but from the leg which often troubles him because he is very stout and marvellously excessive in eating and drinking so that people worth credit say he is often of a different opinion in the morning than after dinner’.

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What was wrong with king Henry's viii's legs? When Henry VIII was 44 years old (1535), he injured his leg very badly in a jousting accident. The leg appeared to heal, but in a few years it had ...

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King was air-lifted to the hospital, Central Maine Medical Center, where he was treated for a multitude of injuries. He suffered from a collapsed right lung, multiple fractures in his right leg, a broken hip and lacerations on his scalp. The doctors initially considered amputating his leg, but thankfully they were able to save it.

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Frail And Sickly, King Tut Suffered Through Life A new study reveals that ancient Egypt's best known pharaoh, Tutankhamen, was born with a clubfoot, a cleft palate and a severe bone disease ...

pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11287735

Among numerous diseases, peripheral vascular disease, gout, and degenerative osteoarthritis were most likely to affect the King's legs. And among these diseases, the diagnosis of peripheral vascular disease is the most acceptable. Conclusion: This report shows that the roots of contemporary modern gerontology can be traced back to biblical times.

blog.thinkreliability.com/the-infamous-case-of-willie-king-a-cause-map-of-a...

In 1995, Willie King had the wrong foot amputated. We used Cause Mapping to see how hospitals can work to prevent wrong-site surgery in the future. 281.412.7766

www.mastersinhealthcare.com/blog/2011/10-most-famous-medical-mistakes-of-all-time

Removed Wrong Leg: One of the most publicized and shocking surgical mistakes of the 20th century happened to 52-year-old Willie King, who underwent an amputation surgery in 1995 to remove a diseased leg, but the surgeon removed the wrong one. Dr. Rolando R. Sanchez was the surgeon who was responsible for King’s healthy leg. According to the ...

jesus-is-savior.com/Bible/king_james-the_man.htm

King James was became King of Scotland in 1567 when he was 13 months old and acceded to the English throne in 1603. Reformation leader John Knox read the sermon when he was crowned King. He endured racism as a Scot ruling over the English, nevertheless had the love and admiration of many subjects.

www.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/2/100216-king-tut-malaria-bones-inbred...

The "frail boy" needed a cane to walk, had history's earliest genetically proven case of malaria, and was sired by siblings, says a new DNA study of King Tut and relatives.