Vulpian

Vul·pi·an

(vūl'pē-an[h]'),
Edme F.A., French neurologist, 1826-1887. See: Vulpian atrophy.
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In 1864 he worked and studied in Paris under Alfred Vulpian (1826-1887), and as a student, he published a work on softening of the brain softening of the brain with Jules Cotard (1840-1887), and also on infantile paralysis.
Al presentar esta observacion, el College de France creo un comite compuesto por Paul Broca, Claude-Bernard y Vulpian, para evaluar sus proyectos, dandole la oportunidad a Brown-Sequard de defender sus premisas.
"Pasteur immediately consulted Edme Felix Alfred Vulpian (1826-1887), a member of the rabies commission, and Jacques-Joseph Grancher (1843-1907), who worked in his laboratory.
Gertrude and Kizito are LAURE DE VULPIAN, RWANDA, UN GENOCIDE OUBLIE?
France-based Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB), a unit of Societe Generale (SocGen) (SOGN.PA) (OTC: SCGLY) (GLE.FR), has said that it has appointed Philippe de Vulpian and Ilia Poliakov as seniors bankers, both based in Paris.
This paper encouraged Klumpke to carry out clinical and experimental studies on injuries to the brachial plexus under the supervision of Professor Vulpian, of the Hotel Dieu hospital in Paris.
MS was one of the specific diseases studied by Charcot at the Salpetriere with his colleague and friend, Edme Vulpian (1826-1887) identified among various conditions leading to different types of tremor.
"I have no doubt that this treatment will always be successful if it is properly administered within a few days after a rabid bite," physician Alfred Vulpian told the academy.