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Fulgence Raymond - bibliography

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Biography

French neurologist, born September 29, 1844, St.-Cristophe, Indre-et-Loire; died September 28, 1910, Planche-d’Andille, Poiton.

Bibliography

  • Conférences de clinique méd. de l'Hôtel-Dieu.
  • Clinique méd. de la Charité (Vulpian).
  • Tabes.
  • Danse de St. Guy.
  • Embolie.
  • Tétanie.
  • Paralysie dans l'urémie.
  • De la folie urémique.
  • Des myelites tuberculeuses.
  • Des hémorrhagies dans la fièvre typhoide.
  • Étude expérimentale sur la tuberculose.
  • Des lésions de l'insula de Reil.
  • De l'hémichorée symptomatique.
  • Etude anatomique sur l’hémianesthésie, l’hémichorée et les tremblements symptomatiques.
    Paris, 1876.
  • Des dyspepsies. Paris, 1878.
  • De la puerpéralite. Paris,
  • Anatomie pathologique du systéme nerveux. 1886.
  • Étude des maladies du système nerveux en Russie.
    Report to the ministry. 1888.
  • Maladies du système nerveux: Atrophies musculaires etc.
    1889-1894.
  • Leçons sur les maladies du système nerveux.
    6 volumes, Paris, 1896-1903.
  • Névroses et idées fixes.
    With Pierre Marie Félix Janet (1859-1947). Paris, 1898.
  • Les obsessions et la psychasthénie.
    With Pierre Janet. 2 volumes, Paris, F. Alcan, 1903.
  • Etudes de pathologie nerveuse. 1910.

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