Biography of Louis-Félix Terrier
Louis-Felix Terrier attended the veterinary academy Maison Alfort from 1854 but in 1857 changed to medical studies in Paris. From 1862 he was an interne des hôpitaux, working with Jean-François Jarjavay (1815–1868), Nathan Oulmont (1815-1884), and Charles Marie Édouard Chassaignac (1805-1879). Having received his doctorate in 1870, he became professeur agrégé in 1872, chirurgien de Bureau central in 1873. He was a surgeon to the Hôpital Salpêtrière from 1878, Saint-Antoine from 1882 and from 1883 at Bichat. From 1892 he was a member of the Academy and professor of clinical surgery at the faculty, working in the Pitié.
Terrier published numerous papers in the Revue de chirurgie, of which he was co-publisher. In 1872 he published the fifth edition of Jean-Alexandre Jamain's (1816-1862) Manuel de petite chirurgie. This work was first published in 1844. German translation by Jos. Herzfelder in Quedlinburg, 1854.
We thank Grace E. Jacobs for information submitted.