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Charles Eugene Quinquaud - bibliography

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French physician, born November 20, 1841, Lafat, Creuse; died January 9, 1894, Paris.


  • De la scrofule dans ses rapports avec la phthisie pulmonaire.
    Paris, 1883.
  • Traité technique de chimie biologique. Paris, 1883.
  • Mesure du volume de sang contenu dans l’organisme d’un mammifère vivant. With Nestor Gréhant.
    Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l’Académie des sciences. Paris, 1882, 94: 1450-1453.
    A method of determining blood volume with carbon monoxide.

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