Velpeau

Vel·peau

(vel-pō'),
Alfred A.L.M., French surgeon, 1795-1867. See: Velpeau bandage, Velpeau canal, Velpeau fossa, Velpeau hernia.
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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).
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Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) was first described in the medical literature in 1839 by Alfred Velpeau (1).
Repeated Velpeau bandages were performed, but each time he succeeded to untie it with his cane.
Esto se hubiera visto respaldado por las publicaciones anatomicas de la epoca, como por ejemplo los tratados anatomicos de Velpeau (1843) y Bonamy (1848), en los cuales ya era utilizado el termino musulo escapulo-hioideo, termino que reflotamos en este trabajo y que sugerimos como reemplazo del termino M.
It was first described by Velpeau in 1838, a description chosen because of its resemblance to the metal breastplate of a cuirassier.
First described by Velpeau in 1838, because of its resemblance to the metal breast plate of a cuirassier.
Appropriate imaging such an axillary or Velpeau view and anteroposterior (AP) views are also important in order to reach the correct diagnosis.3 Seizures have been reported in 34% of cases.4 The causes of posterior dislocation of the shoulder are usually due to trauma, epilepsy or electric shock.
If a true axillary view cannot be taken, usually because it is too painful for the patient, a Velpeau or Wallace view (modified axillary views) is advised.
Through Pierre Pavy's influence, Octave had the benefit of working alongside Alfred Armand Velpeau, clinical chair at the University of Paris, who was considered the leading surgeon in 19th-century France.
At 19, he managed to enter as a student at La Charite Hospital in the service of Professor Velpeau (1795-1867), for whom he quickly became a dedicated translator during visits from Anglo-Saxon colleagues.