Troisier

Troi·si·er

(twah-zē-ā'),
Charles Émile, French pathologist, 1844-1919. See: Troisier ganglion, Troisier node.
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Eponyms such as Halsted, Wilms, Spencer Wells, Roeder, Prehn, Hirschsprung, Backhaus, Troisier, Thiersch, Sloan-Kettering, Dietl, Palomo and Charcot, and non-English terms such as Sitz bath are spelled incorrectly.
The disease was first described at the end of the 19th century by von Recklinghausen, but also by Trousseau and Troisier.
Anne Troisier de Diaz has already made a major contribution to Liszt research with her publication of the letters written between two of his intimates (Emile Ollivier et Carolyne de Sayn-Wittgenstein: Correspondance 1858-1887 [Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 1984]).