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Antoine Edouard Jeanselme - bibliography

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French physician, born June 14, 1858, Paris, died 1935.


  • Étude sur la lèpre dans la péninsule indo-chinoise et le Yusman. Paris, 1900.
  • Cours de dermatologie exotique. Paris, 1904.
  • Le béribéri.In Aide-mémoire Léauté, Paris, 1906.
  • Précis de pathologie exotique. With E. Rist. Paris, 1909.
  • De la protection de l’enfant chez les Romains. Paris, 1917.
  • Les calendriers de régime à l’usage des Byzantines.
    Paris, 1924.
  • La syphilis, son aspect pathologique et social. Paris, 1925.
  • Traité de la syphilis.
    Edited with Albert Sezary (1880-1956), G. Schulmann and A. Lamaire; volume 1, Paris, 1931.
  • Historie de la syphilis.
    Paris, G. Doin, 1931. Forms tome I of Traité de la syphilis.
  • La Lèpre. Paris, G. Doin, 1934.
We thank Fritz-Dieter Söhn, Marburg, Germany, for information submitted.

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