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Frederick Parkes Weber (May 8, 1863 – 1962) was an English dermatologist who practiced medicine in London. His father, Sir Hermann David Weber (1823-1918) was a personal physician to Queen Victoria.

Weber contributed over 1200 medical articles and wrote 23 books over a period of 50 years. He and his wife published a philosophical medical tome in 1922, called the "Aspects of Death and Correlated Aspects of Life in Art, Epigram, and Poetry". He was a prodigious describer of new and unique dermatological terms, and his name is ascribed to several disorders such as:



Together with his father, Weber was an avid coin collector; their collection was donated to several places such as the Boston Medical Library, the British Museummarker, the Bodleian Librarymarker at Oxford and Fitzwilliam Collegemarker at Cambridge. He was a long-standing member of the Royal Numismatic Society.

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