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Jean Casimir Félix Guyon - bibliography

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Biography

French surgeon, born July 21, 1831, Ile-Bourbon; died August 2, 1920, Paris.

Bibliography

  • Sur les cavités de l'utérus à l'état de vacuité. Doctoral thesis; Paris, 1858.
  • Des tumeurs fibreuses de l'utérus. Concours-thesis, 1860.
  • Des vices de conformation de l'urèthre chez l'homme et les moyens d'y remédier.
    Concours-thesis, 1863.
  • Éléments de chirurgie clinique, comprenant le diagnostic chirurgical, les opérations etc. Paris, 1873.
  • Leçons cliniques sur les maladies des voies urinaires.
    Paris, J. B. Baillière, 1881; 2nd edition, 1885; 1084 pages.
    This book is based on his lectures at the Hôpital Necker in 1876 and 1877.
  • Atlas des maladies des voies urinaires.
    Published with Pierre Bazy (1853-1934). Paris : Doin. Book 1-4, 1881-1883.
  • Lecons sur les cystites et sur les prostatiques. 1888.
  • Leçons cliniques sur les affections chirurgicales de la vessie et de la prostate.
    Paris, J. B. Baillière, 1888.
  • Joaquin Maria Albarran y Dominguez (1860-1912) and Goyon:
    Anatomie et physiologie pathologique de la rétention de l’urine. 1890.
  • M.A. hampo and R.A. Kyle:
    Jean Casimir Félix Guyon. JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, August 7, 1981, 246 (6): 644.

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