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Cruveilhier was the first to describe benign and malignant gastric ulcers in 1835AD which explained the enigma behind the death of Napoleon Bonaparte.7 Incidence of gastric cancer varies, with highest rates reported in eastern Asia, eastern Europe and South America; and lowest rates in North America and Africa.8 In Pakistan, the incidence is somewhat lower than the neighbouring countries and most of the patients present in the 7th decade of life.9 In our study, 43.6% patients were in the 6th decade.
Guillaume-Benjamin-Amand Duchenne (1806-1875) was born at Boulogne-sur-Mer (Boulogne), France, studied medicine in Paris where he was taught by eminent physicians such as Cruveilhier, Velpeau, Dupuytren, and Laennec, and graduated in 1831 (8, 9).
El primer reporte de LG conocido, pertenece a Jean Cruveilhier, quien lo describio en 1842 (Treska et al., 1998); y a pesar de ello, el numero de casos reportados es muy escaso, de hecho, en una revision sistematica publicada recientemente, se recuperaron solo 32 casos de LG de gran tamano (> 4 cm) desde 1980 (Cappell et al.).
Local anesthetic seems to spread along the dorsal rami of the thoracic spinal nerves, which run through the costotransverse foramina of Cruveilhier. Ligaments like the superior costotransverse ligament seem to have fenestrations [24], and these porous anatomical structures can be speculated to allow anterior spread of the local anesthetic.
In approximately 1835, Cruveilhier depicted femoral head morphologic changes secondary to interruption of blood flow1.
(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.
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.