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Victor Henri Hutinel - bibliography

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Biography

French physician, born April 15, 1849, Châtillon-sur-Seine, Côte-d’Or; died 1933.

Bibliography

  • Contributions à l’étude des troubles de la circulation chez l’enfant et en particulier chez le nouveau-né. Paris, 1877.
  • Des températures basses centrales. Paris, 1880.
  • Etudes sur la convalescence et les rechutes de la fièvre typhoïde. Paris, 1883.
  • Les dystrophies de l’adolescence. Paris, 1924.
  • Le terrain hérédo-syphilitique. Paris, 1925.
  • Le syndrome malin dans les maladies de l’enfance. Paris, 1927.
  • Discours prononcés le décembre 1928 l’occasion de la remise de la médaille du professeur Ed. Jeanselme.
    Written with Emil Charles Achard (1860-1944) et al. Paris, 1929.

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