Brissaud

Bris·saud

(brē-sō'),
Edouard, French physician, 1852-1909. See: Brissaud disease, Brissaud infantilism, Brissaud reflex, Brissaud-Marie syndrome.
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Surprisingly, the previous 1904 Gerspachen's article on tuberculose spondyloartritis, gives a full detailed description of the various etiologies for spondylitis, and among the cited 48 references, we find the names of Leri, Marie, Babinski, Forestier, Brissaud, Strumpell, von Bechterew, and Grancher [26,27].