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Antoine Bernard-Jean Marfan - bibliography

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Biography

French paediatrician, born June 23, 1858, Castelnaudary, département Aude, Languedoc-Roussillon région, died 1942.

Bibliography

  • Traité de l’allaitement et de l’alimentation des enfants du premier âge.
    Paris, 1899; 4th edition, 1930.
  • Leçons cliniques sur la diphtérie et quelques maladies des premières voies. Paris, 1905.
  • Les vomissements périodiques avec acétonémie.
    Paris, 1921; 2nd edition, 1926.
  • Les affections des voies digestives dans la première enfance.
    Paris, 1923; 2nd edition, 1930.
  • Pratique des maladies des enfants.
    With Jean Andérodias (1875-) and Jean René Cruchet (1875-1959), Paris, 1923.
  • Clinique des maladies de la première enfance.
    2 volumes. 1928 and 1930.
  • Troubles et lesions gastriques dans la phthisie pulmonaire.
    Paris, 1867.
  • Maladies des voies respiratoire.
    In Jean-Martin Charcot, Charles-Joseph Bouchard, and Édouard Brissaud (1852-1909), editors: and et al: Traité de Médecine; Paris, 1892.
  • Un cas de déformation congénitgale des quatres membres, plus prononcée aux extremités, caractérisée par l'allongement des os avec un certain degré d'amincissiment.
    Bulletins et memoires de la Société medicale des hôpitaux de Paris, 1896, 13: 220-228.
  • Infant feeding and nutrition. 1899.

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