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Louis Bard - bibliography

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Biography

French internist, born May 10, 1857, Mens, département Isère; died 1930.

Bibliography

  • Des accidents pernicieux d'origine palustre. Paris, 1883.
  • Précis d'anatomie pathologique.
    Paris, 1890; 2nd edition, 1899; translated into Italian and Spanish.
  • La spécificité cellulaire, ses conséquences en biologie générale. Paris, 1899.
  • Formes cliniques de la tuberculose pulmonaire. Paris, 1901.
  • Précis des examens de laboratoire employé en clinique.
    Paris, 1908; 2nd edition, 1911.

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