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Charles Marie Édouard Chassaignac - bibliography

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Biography

French surgeon, born December 24, 1805, Paris; died August 26, 1879, Versailles.

Bibliography

  • De la fracture du col du fémur, étudiée spécialement sous le point de vue de l’antomie pathologique. Doctoral thesis; in Nouv. édit, 1835.
  • Quels sont les agens de la circulation veineuse etc. Thesis for agrégé, 1837.
  • Diss. sur la texture et le développement des organes de la circulation sanguine.
    Concours-thesis for a chair of anatomy, 1836.
  • Lésions traumatiques du crâne et des parties qu’il contient.
    Concours-thesis for a chair of clinical surgery, 1842.
  • Des membranes muqueuses. Concours-thesis for a chair of anatomy, 1846.
  • De l’appréciation des appareils orthopédiques.
    Concours-thesis for a chair of operative surgery, 1846.
  • Des tumeurs de la voûte du crâne.
    Concours-thesis for a chair of operative surgery, 1846.
  • Des opérations applicables aux fractures compliquées.
    Concours-thesis for a chair of operative surgery, 1850.
  • Des tumeurs enkystées de l’abdomen. 1851.
  • Études d’anatomie et de pathologie chirurgicale. Thèses . . . (de 1836 à 1851).
    2 volumes, Paris, 1851. A collection of his concours-theses.
  • Clinique chirurgicale de l’hôpital Lariboisière. 1854-1858.
  • Lecons sur la trachéotomie. 1855.
  • Mém sur l’ostéo-muélite. 1854
  • Traité de l’écrasement linéaire etc. Paris, 1856.
  • Traité pratique de la suppuration et du drainage chirurgical.
    2 volumes, Paris, V. Masson, 1859.
    Chassaignac was not the inventor of surgical drainage, but he was the first to apply india-rubber tubes to drain abscesses.
  • Traité clinique et pratique des opérations chirurgicales etc.
    2 volumes, Paris, 1861, 1862.
  • Origine du procédé des résections sous-périostées. 1872.
  • Des épanchements purulents de la poitrine tarités par le drainage chirurgical. 1872.
  • De l’empoisonnement du sang par matières organiques. Paris, Masson, 1873.
  • August Hirsch, publisher:
    Biographisches Lexikon der hervorragenden Ärzte aller Zeiten und Völker.
    Urban & Schwarzenberg. 2nd edition. Berlin, 1929, pp. 890-891.
    First published in 6 volumes 1884-1888. 3rd edition, München 1962.
  • J. Pagel, publisher:
    Biographisches Lexikon hervorragender Ärzte des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts.
    Urban & Schwarzenberg, Berlin and Vienna, 1901, page 320.

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