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A. G. Maurice Raynaud - bibliography

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Biography

French physician, born August 10, 1834; died June 29, 1881.

Bibliography

  • De l’asphyxie locale et de la gangrène symétrique des extrémités.
    Doctoral thesis, published February 25, 1862.
    Paris, Rignoux. L. Leclerc, Libraire-Éditeur. Also, Paris, Rignoux, 1867: 15-20.
    English translation by Thomas Barlow (1845-1945) in Selected Monographs, New Sydenham Society, London 1888: 1-199.
  • Sur les hyperémies non phlegmasiques, and De la révulsion.
    Theses for agrégé, 1866.
  • Nouvelles recherches sur la nature et le traitement de l’asphyxie locale des extrémités. Archives générales de médecine, Paris, 1874, 1: 5-21 and 189-206.
  • Sur l’infection et l’immunité vaccinales. Lecture at the Académie de médecine.
  • Sur le traitement du rhumatisme cérébral par les bains froids.
  • Sur la salive d’un enfant mort de la rage.
    On the results of investigations made in collaboration with Pasteur and Lannelongue. Theses for Dr. ès lettres:
    De Asclepiade, Bithyno medico ac philosopho, and
    Les médecins au temps de Molière.
    Asclepiades of Bathynia, doctor and philosopher, and Medicine in Molière’s time. Raynaud also published Germain Sée's (1818-1896) Leçons de pathologie expérimentale . . . rec. par le Dr. Maur. Raynaud. 1866.

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