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André Rochon-Duvigneaud - bibliography

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Biography

French ophthalmologist, 1863-1952.

Bibliography

  • Precis iconographique d'anatomie normale de l' œil.
    Paris : Societe d'Editions Scientifiques, 1895. 136 pages.
  • Recherches anatomiques et cliniques sur le glaucome et les neoplasmes intraoculaires. With Ph. Phanas. Paris, Masson, 1898. 460 pages.
  • Enquête sur l'orientation du pigeon voyageur.
    April 1923. With Ch. Maurain.
    Article (7 pages) in the journal La Nature.
    Maurain is probably the physist/natural scientist Charles Maurain (1871-1967).
  • L'ophtalmologie en clientèle. With P. Descola. Édit Norbert Maloine, Paris, 1927.
  • L'œil et la vision de L'Halicore dugong ERXL. With G. Petit.
    Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France, 1929, 54, 129-138.
  • L'œil et la vision. In: P. P. Grassé, editor: Traité de zoologie. Paris, Masson, 1955. Volume 16, fasc. 4. 607-703. Reedited 1972.
  • Les yeux et le vision des Vertébrés. Paris. Masson et Cie, 1943. 719 pages. Biographical
  • C. Gautier:
    [In memoriam André Rochon-Duvigneaud.]
    Bulletins et mémoires de la Société médicale des hôpitaux de Paris, December 5-19, 1952, 68 (34-35-36) : 1249-1251.

  • C. Gautier:
    [In memoriam: A. Rochon-Duvigneaud.]
    Comptes rendus des séances et mémoires de la Société de biologie et de ses filiales, Paris, December 1952, 146 (23-24) : 1838-1839.

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