Obstetrical Society

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1826
The Obstetrical Society was founded.
1857
The Obstetrical Society was reborn, with membership open to any male medical professional.
1867
Clitoridectomist Isaac Baker Brown was expelled from the Obstetrical Society because his patients complained about his coercive methods.
1880
The Obstetrical Society established examination centres throughout England.
22 December 1884
1886
The General Medical Council asserted that qualification in medicine, surgery, and midwifery was necessary to obtain a place on the Medical Register.