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Joseph Jules Dejerine - bibliography

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Biography

French neurologist, born August 3, 1849, Genève; died February 26, 1917.

Bibliography

  • De la myopathie atrophique progressive, myopathie héréditaire sans neuropathie etc.
    With Louis Théophile Joseph Landoyzy. 1885.
  • Recherches sur les lésions du système dans la paralysie ascendante aiguë. Paris, 1879.
  • L’héredité dans les maladies du système nerveaux. Paris, 1886.
  • Sur l’atrophie musculaire des ataxiques.
    With E. Gauckler. Paris, F. Alcan, 1889. Gauckler’s sclerosis.
  • Anatomie des centres nerveux.
    With Augusta Marie Dejerine-Klumpke. 2 volumes, Paris, Rueff & Cie., 1895 and 1901.
  • Cahier de feulles d’autopsies pour l’étude des lésions du névraxe.
    Paris, 1895; 2nd edition, 1911; translated into English.
  • Traité des maladies de la moëlle épinière.
    With André Thomas. Paris, J. B. Baillière, 1902.
  • Maladies de moëlle épinière.
    With André Thomas (1867-1963).
    Nouvelle traité de médecine, 1909, 34.
  • Les manifestations fonctionelles des psychonévroses.
    With E. Gauckler. Nouvelle traité de médecine, 1911.
  • Sémiologie des affections du système nerveux.
    With Augusta Marie Dejerine-Klumpke.
    Paris, Masson & Cie., 1914.
  • Vialet:
    Les centres cérébraux de la vision et l’appareil nerveux visuel intracérebral. Paris, Alcan, 1893.

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