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Jules Sichel - bibliography

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German-French ophthalmologist, born May 14, 1802, Frankfurt am Main; died November 11, 1868, Paris.


  • Historiae phthiriasis internae fragmentum. Doctoral dissertation, Berlin, 1825.
  • Traité de l'ophthalmie, la cataracte et l'amaurose, pour servir de supplément au Traité des maladies des yeux de Weller.
    Paris: Germer Baillière, 1837. XI + 752 pages.
  • Iconographie ophtalmologique. Paris, J. B. Baillière, 1852-1859.
    One volume and Atlas of 80 plates.
  • Nouveau recueill de pierres sigillaires d'oculistes romains, pour la plupart inédites, extrait d'une monographie inédite de ces monuments épigraphiques.
    Paris: V. Masson & Son, 1866. 119 pages.
  • Geschichte der Operation des grauen Staars durch die Methode des Aussaugens (Aspiration).
    Archiv für Ophthalmologie, Berlin, XIV.
    His last work, completed three weeks prior to his death. Notice sur les travaux scientifiques de M. S., Paris, 1867, lists 147 works.

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