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Jean Nageotte - bibliography

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French anatomist, born February 8, 1866, Dijon; died 1948.


  • Tabès et paralysie générale.Paris, Steinheil, 1893.
  • Contribution à l’étude du cytodiagnostic du liquide céphalo-rachidien dans les affections nerveuses.
    Tours, Maretheux, 1901.
  • Pathogénie du tabès dorsal. Paris, Naud, 1903.
  • La structure fine du système nerveux. Paris, Maloine, 1905.
  • L’organisation de la matière dans ses rapports avec la vie. Paris, 1922.
  • Morphologie des gels lipoides, myéline, cristaux liquides, vacuoles. Paris, Hermann, 1937. References to Biography:
  • Presse méd., 1948; 69: 837-838 (M. F. Thiébaut).
  • Bull Soc méd hôp Paris, 1948; 4. sér., 64: 1264-1266 (anonymous).

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