1761, Oct 51820, Aug 31
an English medical writer and surgeon. Baynton was from Bristol, where he served his apprenticeship with Mr. Smith, a physician of considerable eminence. He afterwards acquired a large practice of his own, and obtained a high reputation by discoveries in the curative part of his profession, especially in the treatment of ulcers and wounds. He published Descriptive Account of a New Method of treating Ulcers of the Leg (1797, dedicated to Anthony Fothergill), and An Account of a Successful Method of treating Diseases of the Spine (1813, dedicated to Edward Jenner).
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