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Nicolas François Rougnon de Magny - bibliography

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French physician

Bibliography

  • Codex physiologicus. Besançon, 1776.
  • Considerationes pathologico-semiotica de omnibus humani corporis functionibus.
    Besançon, 1786-1788; German translation, Leipzig, 1793.
  • Médecine préservatrice et curative . . . ou Traité d’hygiène et de médecine pratique.
    2 volumes. Besançon and Paris, 1799.
  • Lettre de M. Rougnon à M. Lorry touchant les causes de la mort de feu Monsieur Charles, ancien capitaine de cavalerie, arrivé à Besançon le 23 fevrier 1768. Besançon, J. F. Charmet, 1768.
    In 1808 Jean-Baptiste-Timothé Baumès (1756-1828) presented this letter in the Annales de la Société de médecine de Montpellier as a report of the first known case of angina pectoris. The patient, however, did not suffer from angina pectoris, but from emphysema of the lungs and heart dilatation. Rougnon de Magny himself in the disturbance saw only a case of severe dyspnoe.
  • Hans Kohn:
    Zur Geschichte d. Angina pectoris: Heberden oder Rougnon?
    Zeitschrift für klinische Medizin, Berlin, 1927, 106: 1-20.
  • Isidor Fischer (1868-1943):
    Die Eigennahmen in der Krankheitsterminologie.
    Vienna and Leipzig, M. Perles, 1931, pp. 119-121.

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