Clinical Lectures on Surgery; Delivered at the Hospital of La Charite.
by GOSSELIN, Leon (1815-1887).
Philadelphia:: Henry C. Lea, 1878., 1878. 8vo. iv, 346, vi (index) pp. 21 figs., 1 table, index. Early purple cloth, black gilt-stamped spine label; some fraying at extremities. Light foxing. Multiple Inked owner surnames [McLaughlin] on title. Very good. Translated from the French by Lewis Atterbury Stimson (1844-1917). Lecture content: Surgical Diseases of Youth; Fractures of the Limbs; Traumatic Osteitis and Necrosis; Traumatic fever, Pyaemia and Septicaemia; Diseases of the articulations; Phlegmons, Abscess, Fistula. / Leon Athanase Gosselin (1815-1887) was a French surgeon remembered for describing the Gosselin fracture in 1866. He was chief of surgery at the Hopital de la Charite in Paris. During his career, Gosselin excelled in the fields of orthopedics, anatomy, physiology and urology. He is remembered for his research on diseases of the testicles, spermatic cord and scrotum, and their effect on fertility and virility. In this regard he is considered a pioneer of andrology. – Vladimiros, L.; Diamantis, A.; Karamanou, M.; Androutsos, G. (June 2009). "Leon Athanase Gosselin (1815–1887) et ses recherches sur les maladies du testicule". Andrologie. 19 (2).
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