Chassaignac

Chas·sai·gnac

(shahs-in-yahk'),
Edouard P.M., French surgeon, 1804-1879. See: Chassaignac space, Chassaignac tubercle.
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At the level of C6 it is in close relation with the anterior tubercle of Chassaignac and at the level of C7 is more medial at the level of the anterolateral aspect of the vertebral body (10) (Fig.
INTRODUCTION: The word osteomyelitis originates from the ancient Greek words osteon (Bone) and mylinos (Marrow) and means infection of medullary portion of the bone, osteomyelitis was first described in 1852 by a French surgeons Edouard Chassaignac.
Chassaignac first described these benign soft-tissue masses in 1852.
Collection highlights include sheet music composed by significant local composers including Basile Bares, Eugene Chassaignac, Edouard Dejan, and Louis Moreau Gottschalk, among many others.
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Although Chassaignac (1) was the first to describe the lesion in 1852, it was a landmark article by Jaffe et al (2) in 1941 that introduced the term pigmented villonodular synovitis.