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Armand Trousseau - bibliography

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Biography

French internist, born October 14, 1801, Tours; died June 27, 1867.

Bibliography

  • Documents recueillis par la commission Française envoyée à Gibraltar pour observer la fièvre jaune qui a regné dans cette place.
    With Nicolas Chervin (1783-1843) and Pierre Charles Alexandre Louis (1787-1872). 2 volumes; Paris, 1830.
  • Mémoire sur un cas de tracheotomie pratiquée dans la période extrème de croup.
    Journal des connaissances médico-chirurgicales, 1833, 1: 5, 41.
    Trousseau popularised tracheotomy.
  • Répertoire clinique: Expèriences homoeopathiques tentées à l'Hôtel-Dieu du Paris. With Henri Gouraud.
    Journal des connaissances médico-chirugicales, 1834, 8:238-241.
  • Traité de thérapeutique et de matière médicale.
    With Hermann Pidoux (1808-1882). 2 volumes, Paris, Béchet jeune, 1836-1839; 6th edition, 1858; 8th edition, Paris, Asselin, 1868-1870. Translated into English, Spanish, and Italian.
    A valuable work of reference, containing a large amount of information of the various articles of the materia medica, collected from the best authorities, interspersed with much original matter.
  • Traité pratique de la phthisie laryngée, de la laryngite chronique, et des maladies de la voix. Accompagné de neuf planches gravées.
    With Hippolyte Belloc. Paris, Chez J. B. Baillière, 1837.
    Ouvrage couronné par l'Académie royale de Médicine.
    Won the grand prize of the Académie de médecine.
    Bruxelles, Société Encyclographique des Sciences Médicales, 1837.
    German translation by Jul. G. Schnackenberg of Quedlinburg:
  • Ueber Phthisis laryngea, Laryngitis chronica und die Krankheiten der Stimme.
    Leipzig, Basse, 1838. Also translated by Romberg. Leipzig, 1839.
    English translation by J. A. Warder:
  • A practical treatise on laryngeal phthisis, chronic laryngitis, and diseases of the voice. Philadelphia, A. Waldie, 1839.
    John Davies (1796-1872):
  • A practical treatise on laryngeal phthisis, chronic laryngitis, and diseases of the voice, by A. Trousseau and H. Belloc. Pathology and surgery; or, An exposition of the nature and treatment of local disease. Philadelphia, Carey & Hart, 1841.
  • Sur le pouls des enfants à la mamelle.
    Journal des connaissances médico-chirurgicales, 1841, 9: 23-29:
  • Nouvelles recherches sur la trachéotomie pratiquée dans la période extrême du croup.
    Paris, 1851; a separate print from the Union médicale.
  • Du tubage de la glotte et de la trachéotomie. Paris, 1851.
  • Sur la fièvre typhoïde. Journal paper, 1856.
  • Clinique médicale de l'Hôtel-Dieu de Paris.
    2 volumes. Paris, J. B. Baillière, 1861-1862.
    Later editions in 3 volumes. Paris, Baillière. 2nd edition,1865. 3rd edition 1868. 4th edition 1873. 5th edition 1877. 6th edition 1882. 7th edition, 1885. 8th edition 1894.
    English, London, 1867, 1868, 1870/1872.
    Philadelphia 1867-1871, 1873.
  • Lectures on clinical medicine, delivered at the Hotel-Dieu, Paris.
    Translated and edited with notes and appendices by P. Victor Bazire (1835-1867). London: The New Sydenham Society; Publications. 5 volumes 1868-1872 : 35, 42, 45, 51, 55.
    Volumes 2-5 translated from the edition of 1868, being the third revised and enlarged edition; by Sir John Rose Cormack (1815-1882).
    John Rose Cormack. Philadelphia: P. Blakiston; 1882.
    German translation from the second edition by L. Culman, Würzburg, 1866, 1868.
    Clinique médicale contains the bulk of his most important writings.
  • Glycosurie, diabète sucré.
    Clinique médicale de l'Hôtel-Dieu de Paris, 2nd edition, Paris, 1865, 2: 663-698.
    First description of haemochromatosis. The term haemochromatosis was introduced by Friedrich Daniel von Recklinghausen (1833-1910) in 1889.
  • De L'Epilepsie. Clinique Medicale de L'Hotel-Dieu de Paris, 1877: 89-155
  • Phlegmasia alba dolens.
    Clinique Medicale de L'Hotel Dieu de Paris. 2nd edition, Paris: Bailliere, 1865. Biographical
  • Barry G. Firkin and Judith A. Whitworth:
    Dictionary of Medical Eponyms.
    The Parthenon Publishing Group. 1989. New edition in 2002.
  • Richard Toellner:
    Illustrierte Geschichte der Medizin. Andreas & Andreas Verlag, Salzburg, 1990.
    Original title: Histoire de la médicine, de la pharmacie, de l'art dentaire et de l'art vétérinaire. Paris 1978.
  • August Hirsch (1817-1894), publisher:
    Biographisches Lexikon der hervorragenden Ärzte aller Zeiten und Völker.
    2nd edition. Berlin, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1929.
    First published in 6 volumes 1884-1888. 3rd edition, München 1962.

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