Landouzy

Lan·dou·zy

(lahn-dū'zē),
Louis T.J., French neurologist, 1845-1917. See: Landouzy-Dejerine dystrophy, Landouzy-Grasset law.
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En un congreso celebrado en Cannes en 1914, Revillet, Debove, Robin, Landouzy y Bouchard, discutieron largamente sobre el sitio mas adecuado para practicar la Helioterapia, si en el mar o en la montana.
Similarly, some years prior to Briquet's treatise on hysteria, one of his contemporaries Hector Landouzy (a supporter of the uterine theory of hysteria), characterized novels, and by extension other forms of cultural enhancement, as "toutes ces deviations litteraires [.
Many, such as Louis Landouzy, were respected clinicians with long experience in the diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis.