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The First Fellow of American College of Surgeons to Come to Korea: Dr. Alfred Irving Ludlow.

Kim CB - Yonsei Med. J. (2015)

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Affiliation: Department of Surgery, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea. cbkimmd@yuhs.ac.

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Dr. Alfred Irving Ludlow (1875-1961) dedicated himself to his work as a professor of surgery at Severance Union Medical College... Arriving in Seoul on January 13, 1912, Dr. Ludlow began his medical missionary work as head of the Jeryung Presbyterian Hospital for 6 months, treating and performing surgery on many patients... During this time, however, his wife acquired acute appendicitis and was transferred to Severance Hospital, where Dr. Ludlow would perform the nation's first appendectomy with the help of Dr. Oliver R... Avison... Thereafter, beginning in August 1912, he made every effort to improve medical education, care, and research as a professor of surgery at Severance Union Medical College and as head of the Departments of Surgery and Research at Severance Hospital until his retirement in 1938... In 1914, Dr. Ludlow established the Department of Research at Severance Union Medical College... While at Severance Union Medical College, Dr. Ludlow helped train 45 Korean surgeons, including Ko, Myung Woo; Lee, Yong Seol; and Ko, Byung Kan... And though we delve deeply into the realms of scientific research and have unbounded faith in ourselves and have not love we are nothing... And though we treat thousands of patients and wear ourselves out in the operating room and have not love it profiteth us nothing... Paul's spectrum of love in 1 Cor. 13 Chap. has nine ingredients; patience, kindliness, generosity, humility, courtesy, unselfishness, good temper, gentleness, and sincerity... These we covet... A task to challenge the best in one, associates fitted to share the burden, grateful patients, good health, a consciousness of Christ's presence and a desire that all our patients may share it; these are the things which more than compensate for all the difficulties and annoyances of the daily round and give us hope and joy in the work".

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Dr. Ludlow with pupils Ko, Myung Woo (right) and Lee, Yong Seol (left).
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Figure 3: Dr. Ludlow with pupils Ko, Myung Woo (right) and Lee, Yong Seol (left).

Mentions: While at Severance Union Medical College, Dr. Ludlow helped train 45 Korean surgeons, including Ko, Myung Woo; Lee, Yong Seol; and Ko, Byung Kan. He sent his pupils Ko, Myung Woo to New York University School of Medicine for 2 years of training and Lee, Yong Seol to study orthopedics at Northwestern University School of Medicine and the hospital for Ruptured and Crippled in the New York City. His efforts helped educate and enable Korean doctors who could lead Severance into the future (Fig. 3). In 1927, he recorded, "Looking back fifteen years to conditions at the time of my arrival in Korea, and thinking of the progress which has been made in surgery in a comparatively short time, so that we now have Koreans such as Dr. M.U. Koh and Dr. Y.S. Lee, who the best surgeons of any other country, give me the greatest thrill of my career as a missionary."6


The First Fellow of American College of Surgeons to Come to Korea: Dr. Alfred Irving Ludlow.

Kim CB - Yonsei Med. J. (2015)

Dr. Ludlow with pupils Ko, Myung Woo (right) and Lee, Yong Seol (left).
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Figure 3: Dr. Ludlow with pupils Ko, Myung Woo (right) and Lee, Yong Seol (left).
Mentions: While at Severance Union Medical College, Dr. Ludlow helped train 45 Korean surgeons, including Ko, Myung Woo; Lee, Yong Seol; and Ko, Byung Kan. He sent his pupils Ko, Myung Woo to New York University School of Medicine for 2 years of training and Lee, Yong Seol to study orthopedics at Northwestern University School of Medicine and the hospital for Ruptured and Crippled in the New York City. His efforts helped educate and enable Korean doctors who could lead Severance into the future (Fig. 3). In 1927, he recorded, "Looking back fifteen years to conditions at the time of my arrival in Korea, and thinking of the progress which has been made in surgery in a comparatively short time, so that we now have Koreans such as Dr. M.U. Koh and Dr. Y.S. Lee, who the best surgeons of any other country, give me the greatest thrill of my career as a missionary."6

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Affiliation: Department of Surgery, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea. cbkimmd@yuhs.ac.

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Dr. Alfred Irving Ludlow (1875-1961) dedicated himself to his work as a professor of surgery at Severance Union Medical College... Arriving in Seoul on January 13, 1912, Dr. Ludlow began his medical missionary work as head of the Jeryung Presbyterian Hospital for 6 months, treating and performing surgery on many patients... During this time, however, his wife acquired acute appendicitis and was transferred to Severance Hospital, where Dr. Ludlow would perform the nation's first appendectomy with the help of Dr. Oliver R... Avison... Thereafter, beginning in August 1912, he made every effort to improve medical education, care, and research as a professor of surgery at Severance Union Medical College and as head of the Departments of Surgery and Research at Severance Hospital until his retirement in 1938... In 1914, Dr. Ludlow established the Department of Research at Severance Union Medical College... While at Severance Union Medical College, Dr. Ludlow helped train 45 Korean surgeons, including Ko, Myung Woo; Lee, Yong Seol; and Ko, Byung Kan... And though we delve deeply into the realms of scientific research and have unbounded faith in ourselves and have not love we are nothing... And though we treat thousands of patients and wear ourselves out in the operating room and have not love it profiteth us nothing... Paul's spectrum of love in 1 Cor. 13 Chap. has nine ingredients; patience, kindliness, generosity, humility, courtesy, unselfishness, good temper, gentleness, and sincerity... These we covet... A task to challenge the best in one, associates fitted to share the burden, grateful patients, good health, a consciousness of Christ's presence and a desire that all our patients may share it; these are the things which more than compensate for all the difficulties and annoyances of the daily round and give us hope and joy in the work".

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