Malgaigne

Mal·gai·gne

(mahl-gān'),
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Flaps with pedicles based superiorly were described by Malgaigne and Sedillot (1889), Ferris smith (1942) and Paleta (1954).
Malgaigne, 1843 Double Clau device (dispositivo de doble garra).
Malgaigne (Madrid, Bailly-Bailliere, 1867); Nuevos elementos de cirugia y medicina operatoria de L.
Malgaigne (Geneva, Switzerland: Slatkine, 1970), 676-734.
After a brief outline of Girard's theory, Celdran shows in each of the novels how the mimetic crisis functions to single out a scapegoat or "victime emissaire" (23) such as la Clotte or la Malgaigne as a means to deliver the community from unrest.
In 1855, JosephFrancois Malgaigne was the first to describe "perilunate dislocations.