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Jacques Forestier - bibliography

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French internist, born July 27, 1890; died March 15, 1978.


  • Méthode radiographique d’exploration de la cavité épidurale par la lipiodol.
    Written with Jean Athanase Sicard (1872-1929).
    Revue neurologique, Paris, 1921, 28: 1264-1266.
    Positive contrast myelography with iodised oil (lipiodol). Lipide (iodised oil) first used in radiology.
  • L’exploration radiologique des cavités broncho-pulmonaires par les injections intra-trachéales d’huile iodée.
    With Jean Athanase Sicard. J méd Franç, 1924, 13: 3-9.
  • L'aurothérapie dans les rhumatismes chroniques.
    Bulletins et memoires de la Société medicale des hôpitaux de Paris, 1929, 323-327.
    Introduction of gold therapy.

  • Xanthélasma disséminé et symétrique, sans insuffisance hépatique.
    Bulletins et memoires de la Société medicale des hôpitaux de Paris, 1889, 3 sér., 6: 412-419.
  • P. De Marchin:
    In memoriam Jacques Forestier.
    Acta rhumatologica Belgica, 1978, 2: 97-98.
  • M. Rakic:
    Dr Jacques Forestier, July 27, 1890–March 15 1978.
    Arthritis and Rheumatism, Atlanta, Georgia, 1978, 21: 989-990.
  • I. Leden:
    Guld – en kultur- och medicinhistorisk betraktelse.
    Halmstad: Civilen, 1988: 23-47.

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