At the beginning of the twentieth century there were two Royal Colleges in England and Wales, the Royal College of Physicians1 and the Royal College of Surgeons2. During the course of the century a number of new colleges developed and there now exist: the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists3; the Royal College of General Practitioners4; the Royal College of Pathologists5; the Royal College of Psychiatrists6; the Royal College of Radiologists7; the Royal College of Anaesthetists
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