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Odilon Marc Lannelongue - bibliography

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Biography

French physician, born December 4, 1840, Castéra-Verduzan, Gars; died December 28, 1911, Paris.

Bibliography

  • Circulation veineuse des parois auriculaires du coeur.
    Doctoral thesis; Paris, 1867.
  • De l’ostéomyélite aiguë pendant la croissance. Paris, 1879.
  • Abscés froids et tuberculose ossense. Paris, 1881.
  • Blessure et maladie de Gambetta. 1883.
    Referring to the French president Léon Gambetta (1838-1882). While handling a revolver, he shot himself in the arm, and, as his health was very poor, the wound healed slowly. During his convalescence, he was stricken with appendicitis, but the doctors did not operate. He died on December 31, 1882, at the age of 44.
  • Coxotuberculose. Paris, 1886.
  • Traité des kystes congénitaux.
    With Emile Charles Achard (1860-1944). Paris, 1886.
  • Traité de la coxotuberculose. 1886.
  • Tuberculose vertébrale. Paris, 1888.
  • Leçons de clinique chirurgicale. Paris, 1888.
  • Transplantation du corps thyroïde sur l’homme.
    Bulletin médical, 1890, 4: 225.
    First thyroid transplantation, for treatment of cretinism.
  • Affections congénitales de la tête et du cou. Paris, 1891.

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