Cruveilhier

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In approximately 1835, Cruveilhier depicted femoral head morphologic changes secondary to interruption of blood flow1.
Los tumores epidermoides intracraneales (TEI) fueron descritos por primera vez por Cruveilhier en el siglo XIX; su apariencia perlada motivo a Dandy (citado por Hassaneen et al) (12) a calificarlos como los tumores mas bellos del cuerpo humano.
See, for example, case studies by Cruveilhier and Thore in which autopsy contradicted previous clinical examinations.
3) Other names for ectrodactyly include split-hand/foot malformation (SHFM), crab-claw deformity first used by VonWalter in 1829, and lobster claw-first used by Cruveilhier in 1842.
It was first described in 1852 by Cruveilhier and then in 1908 by Baumgarten.
At the same time and in the same hospitals and mortuaries, Jean Cruveilhier was also producing a great atlas of pathology but was also interested in incorporating clinical aspects of the cases.
1 Unaware of Carswell's work, Parisian anatomist Jean Cruveilhier not only described and illustrated the pathology of MS-type lesions in 1842, but he also recorded the clinical history of a patient who, over several years, developed weakness in both legs and arms, spasms, difficulty in swallowing and visual disturbances.
Amard, Laurent Cerise, Henry Belfield-Lefevre, Henri Hollard, Louis Cruveilhier, and Alphonse Sanson.
Over 150 years ago, Cruveilhier evaluated the patellofemoral joint by joining a line from the anterosuperior iliac spine of the pelvis to the patellotibial tuberosity distally.
Brunner gland hamartoma is a rare duodenal lesion, which was first described by Cruveilhier at the end of the 19th century.
Andral derived his belief from the system of pathologic anatomy and his notion of lesions of the blood from Jean Cruveilhier (1791-1874), who embraced the system in 1829 (133, 134).