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Doctor A. Melvin Ramsay was consultant physician in Infectious Diseases at the Royal Free Hospital in London, United Kingdom, where an outbreak of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) occurred in 1955.
- 1986, MYALGIC ENCEPHALOMYELITIS : A Baffling Syndrome With a Tragic Aftermath. By A. Melvin Ramsay M.D., Hon Consultant Physician, Infectious Diseases Dept, Royal Free Hospital
- 1978, 'Epidemic neuromyasthenia' 1955-1978 (Melvin Ramsay, The BMJ)
- 1977, Icelandic disease (benign myalgic encephalomyelitis or Royal Free disease) (Melvin Ramsay, Elizabeth Dowsett, J V Dadswell, W H Lyle, and J G Parish, The BMJ)
- 1970, Epidemic malaise (N. D. Compston, H. E. Dimsdale, Melvin Ramsay, and A. T. Richardson, The BMJ)
- 1965, Eclipse of hysteria (Dr Betty Scott, Melvin Ramsay, The BMJ)
- 1965, Hysteria and 'Royal Free Disease' (Melvin Ramsay, The BMJ)