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Jules-Gabriel-François Baillarger - bibliography

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Biography

French neurologist and psychiatrist, born March 25, 1815, Montbazon, département Indre-et-Loire, west central France; died December 31, 1890.

Bibliography

  • André Ombredane:
    Etudes de psychologie médicale. I. Perception et langage.
    Rio de Janeiro, Atlantica, 1941.
  • Francisco Gennari, 1750-1797:
    De peculiari structura cerebri, nonnulisque ejus morbis.
    Parmai, ex. reg. typog., 1782.
    Gennari was the first to demonstrate the laminar structure of the cerebral cortex, discovering in 1776 the "Line of Gennari" or "Gennari's stria".
  • Gregory Zilboorg (1890-1959) and
    George William Henry (1889-):
    A History of Medical Psychology.
    New York, W. W. Norton, 1941, page 396.
  • Baillarger:
    Du siége de quelques hémorrhagies méningées.
    Doctoral thesis, 1837.
  • Des hallucinations, des causes qui les produisent et des maladies caractérisent.
    Mémoires de l’Académie de médecine, 1842.
  • Stupidité des aliénés.
    Annales médico-psychologiques du système nerveux.
  • Statistique de la folie héréditaire.
    Annales médico-psychologiques du système nerveux.
  • Fréquence da la folie chez les prisonniers.
    Annales médico-psychologiques du système nerveux.
  • Hallucinations.
    Annales médico-psychologiques du système nerveux. 1844.
  • Pellagre ou paralysie pellagreuse.
    Annales médico-psychologiques du système nerveux.
  • Mémoire sur l'obliteration du canal du Sténon.
    Gazette médicale de Paris, 1853, 23: 194-197.
    Frey's syndrome.
  • Crétinisme.
    Annales médico-psychologiques du système nerveux.
  • Folie à double forme.
    Annales médico-psychologiques du système nerveux, 1854.
    This was the same year his archrival Jean Pierre Falret (1794-1870) described folie circulaire. Statues of both men are at the main entrance of La Salpétrière hospital in Paris

  • L'engête sur le goitre et le crétinisme.
    Edited for the Comité consultatif d'hygiène publique, 1873.
  • Recherches sur la structure de la couche corticale des circonvolutions du cerveau.
    Mémoires de l’Académie royale de médecine, Paris, 1840, 8: 149-183.
    English translation in von Bonin: Some papers on the cerebral cortex. Springfield, C. C. Thomas, 1860.
  • Recherches sur les maladies mentales.
    2 volumes; Paris, 1890. Obituaries, etc:
  • France méd., 1902, 49: 473-475 et seq. (Magnan).
  • Annales médico-psychologiques du système nerveux, Paris, 1892, 7. sér., 16: 5-58. Contains bibliography; Ritti, Dureau).
  • External Morphology of the Primate Brain. Springfield, Thomas, 1950 (Connolly).
  • The Comparative Anatomy of the Nervous System of Vertebrates, Including Man. 2 volumes. New York, Macmillan, 1936 (Kappers, Huber and Crosby).

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