Presidential Physician: Hugh Hampton Young
- Medical school: University of Virginia, 1894
- Roos has Young's year of death incorrectly listed as 1949.
- Young, who spent most of his medical career affiliated with Johns Hopkins, was the founder of modern urology. It was in this capacity that he consulted on Wilson. At one point Wilson had a Foley catheter; we can be reasonably sure that it was Young who placed it.
- Young, Hugh. Hugh Young, a surgeon's autobiography; with over 100 drawings by William P. Didusch, and three color prints. New York, Harcourt, Brace and company [c1940] xii p., 2 l., 3-554 p. col. front., illus., ports. (part col.) 24 cm.
- Young, Hugh Hampton. Young's practice of urology, based on a study of 12,500 cases, by Hugh H. Young and David M. Davis, with the collaboration of Franklin P. Johnson; with over 1000 illustrations, 20 being color plates, by William P. Didusch. Philadelphia, London, W. B. Saunders Company [c1926] 2 v. illus., xx col. pl., diagrs. 26 1/2 cm.
- Young, Hugh Hampton. Urological Roentgenology; a Roentgen atlas of the genitourinary tract with case histories & an outline of urology in its relations to Roentgenology, New York, P. B. Hoeber, inc., 1928. xiv, 499 p. incl. col. front., illus., plates, diagrs. 28 cm.
- Young, Hugh Hampton. Urological Roentgenology; a Roentgen atlas of the genitourinary tract with case histories & an outline of urology in its relations to Roentgenology, 2d ed. New York, P. B. Hoeber, inc., 1931. xlix, 564 p. incl. col. front., illus., plates (part col.) diagrs. 28 cm.
- Collected papers in the Alan M. Chesney Medical Archives of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD.
- Roos CA. Physicians to the Presidents, and their patients: a bibliography. Bull Med Library Assoc. 1961; 49(3): 291-360.
- Anon (1977). "Classics in oncology: the early diagnosis and radical cure of carcinoma of the prostate." CA Cancer J Clin. 27(5): 305-316.
- Calverley, R. K. (1993). "Father of urology." Mil Med. 158(8): A7-8.
- Dewan, P. A. (1997). "Congenital posterior urethral obstruction: the historical perspective." Pediatr Surg Int. 12(2-3): 86-94.
- Goodwin, W. E. Hugh Hampton Young. Dictionary of American Biography. Supplement 3 (1941-1945).
- Haddad, F. S. and G. Deckey (1993). "The River of Destiny or, the near drowning of the Father of American urology." Acta belgica historiae medicinae. 6: 75-79.
- Harvey, A. M. (1974). "Early contributions to the surgery of cancer: William S. Halsted, Hugh H. Young, John G. Clark." Johns Hopkins Med J. 135(6): 399-417.
- Newsom, B. (1994). "Hugh Hampton Young. M. D., 1870-1945." J S C Med Assoc. 90(5): 254.
- Scott, W. W. (1997). "Origins of radical perineal and nerve-sparing retropubic prostatectomy." Prostate. 32(2): 149-151.
- Semans, J. H. (1975). "Hugh Young: One Resident's View." Urology. 6: 525-529.
- Wesson, M. B. (1947). "Hugh Hampton Young, 1870-1945." Journal of Urology. 57: 203-208.
- Young, H. H. (1913-1914). The James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute. Johns Hopkins Alumni Magazine.