BARRAS, Jean Pierre Tobie. Traité sur les gastralgies et les entéralgies ou maladies nerveuses de l'estomac et des intestins [suivi de] Précis analytique sur le cancer de l'estomac et sur ses rapports avec la gastrite chronique et les gastralgies.
Gastroenterology work that makes the link between nervous diseases and stomach ailments. Among the treatments offered, we recommend gymnastics and the great outdoors!
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BARRAS, Precise analytical on stomach cancer and its relationship with chronic gastritis and gastralgia, Paris, Béchet and Labé, 1842.
Manuscript signed by Arthur Chervin on the first page.
Working document that cuts across two of Arthur Chervin's areas of expertise: statistics and stuttering.
Son of Claudius Chervin (1824-1896), a pioneer in the treatment of stuttering and founder of the Institute for stuttering in Paris, which he headed from 1878. Arthur Chervin is also passionate about anthropology and statistics. He will be president of the Anthropological Society (1901) and of the Statistical Society (1904).
This collection brings together stuttering statistics, department by department over the period 1850-1900.
For each department a hand-drawn graph page on heavy paper faces a typed page of comments.
These statistics were followed by the Chervin family, Chervin ainé compiles this type of data in a book published in 1878 "Statistics Of Bégaiement In France". Here we therefore have the continuation of these raw data updated until 1900.
Hugues Gourraigne (1689-1753) was professor at the Faculty of Medicine of Montpellier, follower of
principles of Fizes.
Ex dono of the author to Bouillet on the title page, probably Jean Bouillet (1690-1777) who studied medicine in Montpellier and practiced in Béziers. He is notably the author of a book on fevers, published in 1756.
Interesting preface in which the author discusses the trends that shaped medicine at the time. Fodéré navigates there between what is not yet called positivism (Auguste Comte will not come until a few decades later) and the vitalism promoted by the school of Montpellier.
Fodéré will later hold the chair of forensic medicine in Strasbourg and will be considered the founder of this discipline.
Reference book on tics, prefaced by Brissaud
Henry Meige was a student of Charcot, editor-in-chief of the New iconography of the Salpêtrière then professor of artistic anatomy at the Beaux Arts succeeding Richer.
Pinel faced with the management of a large number of patients in the hospices of Bicêtre and then of Salpétrière, had to develop a methodology for patient care, starting with a classification of diseases.
In this work, he continues the work begun in his famous Nosographie.
In this book, continuing Laennec's work, Louis groups together a whole bunch of symptoms (pulmonary, bone, physiological) under the term phthisis which will soon be called tuberculosis.
Dr Leuret (1797-1851) remains famous in psychiatry for his protocols for the "moral treatment" of madness. He recommended in addition to the use of the pharmacy to re-educate the brain of patients thanks to the ice showers used as a constraint.
"It is not as difficult as you think, to force a patient to speak sensibly, even about the object of his delirium. A patient maintains an erroneous assertion, a madness, he claims to be Napoleon, I want that 'he agrees, before the shower, that he is not; if he then resists, he usually gives in after the shower received, not that his mind consents immediately, not that he does not make reservations, but because he is afraid, because he is afraid of showers, and because he employs the only means in his power to avoid them "(p. 280).
If this treatment could be assimilated today to torture, Leuret in fact lays down a century in advance the foundations of cognitive-behavioral therapies used today.
Reports of the conferences held at the 4th congress of mental medicine in 1893. The subjects dealt with are very diverse: organization of asylums (including considerations on the pensions of caregivers), experimental research (long article on the toxicity of the urine of the insane. ), or description of clinical cases. Such as this article on a mental patient held by his parents in a 1 cubic meter cage in a village in the Pyrenees against a background of superstitious beliefs.
Among the contributors are some great names in psychiatry of the time: Cullère, Brissaud, Bourneville.
Eleven offprint of artcile from Léon Binet published in the "Traité de physiologie normale et pathologique" (an encyclopedia of physiology published by Masson from 1926 under the direction of Léon Binet et de G.-H. Roger) that he sends to Simone Lenseigne: "These physiology extracts in which she will find passages from the course".
- La Soif
- Mouvements de l'Appareil digestif : préhension, mastication et déglutition
- Le Poumon (considérations histophysiologiques et biochimiques)
- Les Fonctions internes du poumon
- Etude physio-pathologique de divers troubles respiratoires
- La Lymphe
- La Lutte contre le froid
- La circulation cérébrale
- Physiologie du nouveau-né et du nourisson
- L'oeuf d'oiseau
- La Croissance (étude physiologique).
Doctor's code written by a lawyer and published in the "professional library" at Delahaye who undoubtedly wanted to imitate the form of Roret manuals.
"Our professional library aims to reproduce the legislation and case law which govern the professions subject to special regulations" (preface).
A gathering of 7 issues of the Revue Neurologique published in the summers of 1900 to 1904, these issues have the particularity of publishing the reports of the annual congress of French-speaking alienists and neurologists.
July 14, 1900
n ° 15 August 1900
n ° 16 August 1901
n ° 16 August 1902
n ° 11 June 1903
n ° 16 August 1903
n ° 16 August 1904.
PARIS, Aimé. Exposition et pratique des procédés mnémotechniques, à l'usage des personnes qui veulent étudier la mnémotechnie en général, comme un moyen d'abréger l'étude de toutes les connaissances humaines.
Thesis work presented to the competition for aggregation by Charles Fernet (1838-1919) who thus became professor of medicine at the faculty of Paris.
Adorned with 8 numbered plates of experimental device and results, and a double graphology plate.