Posted on December 2nd, 2009 by Kelley Luckstein
Dr. Kincaid, 88, of Rochester, retired Mayo Clinic physician and longtime consultant in diagnostic radiology, died Nov. 28 at Saint Marys Hospital…
Dr. Kincaid was internationally known as an authority in x-ray diagnosis, particularly as one of the pioneers in the use of angiography in the diagnosis of complex congenital and acquired heart diseases, and in the diagnosis of vascular and renal diseases.
Dr. Kincaid was a co-founder and planner of the Mayo Clinic-Saint Marys Hospital Cardiovascular Laboratory in 1960, and served as a co-director of the laboratory until 1971.
Post-Bulletin (Obituary), 12/1/09
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