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Aristide Auguste Stanislas Verneuil - bibliography

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French physician, born September 29, 1823, Paris; died January 11, 1895.


  • Recherches sur la locomotion de coeur. 1852.
  • Le système veineux, anatomie et physiologie. 1853.
  • De la forcipressure. Bulletins et mémoires de la Société de chirurgie de Paris, 1875, 1 (17): 108, 273, 522, 646.
    Introducing forcipressure in the control of haemorrhage. Republished in book form in 1875.
  • Observation de gastro-stomie pratiquée avec succès pour un rétrécissement cicatriciel infranchissable se l'oesophage.
    Bulletin de l'Académie de médecine, Paris, 1876, 2. série 5: 1023-1038.
    Verneuil's gastrostomy operation, a modification of Sedillot's method.
  • Mémoires de chirurgie. 6 volumes. Paris, G. Masson, 1877-1888.
    Verneuil introduced forcipressure in haemorrhage, dry bandaging, and iodoform in the treatment of abscesses. All his works are included in his Mémoires.

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