Jacques Amédée Doléris
Biography of Jacques Amédée Doléris
Jacques Amédée Doléris studied in Paris and became externe in 1872, interne 1874, and doctor of medicine 1879. He worked with Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) from 1878 to1881, was clinically active in 1883 and 1885-1898 was Chef de Service at the hospitals Oitié, Boucicvaut, and St.-Antoine. During the period of 1898 to 1919 one of his duties as professor was giving the clinical lectures at the hospitals Boucicaut and St.-Antoine. As a pupil of Pasteur, Doléris concerned himself chiefly with the study of microbiology of puerperal infections, septicaemias and the erysipel; later he concentrated his efforts in gynaecology (Doléris operations of retroversio-flexio). He was a member of the Académie de Médecin and was the founder of Archives d’obstétrique et de gynécologie, and of Gynécologie.
- Introduction à la pratique gynécologie.
With Pichevin. Paris, 1896.
- Métrite et fausses métrites. Paris, 1902.
- Hygiéne et morale sociales. With Bouscatel. Paris, 1918.