Roux, Phil. Jos., 1780-1854

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Dates:
Birth 1780-04-26
Death 1854-03-24
French
French

Biographical notes:

Philibert Joseph Roux, 1780-1854, was a French surgeon, professor of medicine, and medical writer. He lectured at l'hopital Beaujon, la Charite, and L'Hotel-Dieu 1835-54. He was an influential instructor on anatomy and surgery, and a noted experimental surgeon.

From the description of Philibert Joseph Roux papers, 1807-1843. (National Library of Medicine). WorldCat record id: 14323021

Philibert Joseph Roux, 1780-1854, was a French surgeon, professor of medicine, and medical writer. He lectured at l'hopital Beaujon, la Charite, and L'Hotel-Dieu 1835-54. He was an influential instructor on anatomy and surgery, and a noted experimental surgeon.

Roux wrote Melanges de chirurgie et de physiologie (1809), Nouveaux elemens de medecine operatoire (1813), A narrative of a journey to London, in 1814; or, A parallel of the English and French surgery; preceded by some observations on the London hospitals (1816), Memoire sur la staphyloraphie; ou, Suture du voile du palais (1825), Discours prononce a la seance publique de Rentree de la Faculte de Medecine de Paris (1851), and Quarante annees de pratique chirurgicale (1855).

From the guide to the Philibert Joseph Roux Papers, 1807-1843, (History of Medicine Division. National Library of Medicine)

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Subjects:

  • Surgery
  • Physiology--Lectures
  • General Surgery
  • Physiology
  • Education, Medical
  • Medicine History 19th century
  • General Surgery--Lectures

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  • France (as recorded)