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Paul Louis André Kiener

Born 1895
Died

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French pathologist, born 1841, Collmar in Elsass, Germany; now Colmar, Alsace, France; died July 1895.

Biography of Paul Louis André Kiener

Paul Louis André Kiener studied in Strassburg, worked in the hospitals of Lyon and at the faculty in Strassburg, then was head physician of the Province Constantine, professeur agrégé at Val de Grâce, and finally professor of pathological anatomy in Montpellier. He was médecin principal, director of the health service of the 16 army corps. Kiener established the antidiphthery laboratory in Montpellier and published a large number of works, most of them with Louis-Félix-Achille Kelsch (1841-1911).

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