Manhood Perfectly Restored eBook

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HOTEL DIEU.  LA PITIE.  LA CHARITE.  LARABOISIERE.  St. ANTOINE.  HOPITAL NECKAR.  HOPITAL COCHIN.  HOPITAL St. LOUIS.  HOPITAL Du MIDI.  HOPITAL LOURCINE.  La MATERNITE.  HOSPICE BICETRE.

We next give extracts from Appleton’s Cyclopedia, to which reference has already been made.

LALLEMAND, CLAUDE FRANCOIS, a French physician, born in Metz, Jan. 26, 1790, died in Marseilles, Aug. 25, 1854.  After serving as assistant surgeon in the armies of the Empire, he studied in Paris at the Hotel Dieu under Dupuytren, and, from 1819 to 1845, was Professor of Clinical Surgery at Montpelier, with the exception of three years, during which he was suspended for his liberal political expressions.  His most important work, Recherches Anatomica Pathologiques sur l’Encephale et ses Dependances (Paris, 1820-1836), established his reputation, and was translated into many languages.  In 1845 he was elected to the Academy of Sciences, removed to Paris, and was consulted by patients from every part of Europe.  He bequeathed 50,000 francs to the Institute. —­[Appleton’s Cyclopedia, vol. x, p. 144.

  {Illustration:  Prof.  JEAN CIVIALE.}

  {Illustration:  Prof.  CLAUDE F. LALLEMAND}

CIVIALE, JEAN, a French surgeon, the originator of the operation of Lithotrity, born near Thiezac, Auvergne, 1792, died in Paris, June 13, 1867.  At a very early age, while a pupil of Dupuytren at the Hotel Dieu hospital in Paris, his attention is said to have been attracted to the subject of his future discovery; and, after many years of perseverance, he succeeded in perfecting and introducing to the profession his new operation of lithotrity.  Before that time the only means was the serious and often dangerous operation of lithotomy (SEE STONE).  He was the teacher of several generations of lithotriptists, became a member of the MEDICAL ACADEMY, and an officer of the LEGION OF HONOR.  His principal publications are:  De la Lithotritie, ou brolement de la pierre, (Paris), 1827); Lettres sur la Lithotritie, &c. (1827); Traite pratique et historique de la Lithotritie (1847); Resultats Cliniques de la Lithotritie pendent les Annes 1860-64 (1865). —­[Appleton’s Cyclopedia, vol. iv, p. 618.

We also take pleasure in referring—­not as patients, but simply as to standing, probity, business capacity and the ability of our Consulting Staff—­to the following firms or gentlemen in this city: 

WEST SIDE PHARMACY, dealers in Drugs, Chemicals, &c., corner Hudson and Charlton streets.

COFFIN & ROGERS, 85 John street, New York.

AMERICAN DRUG COMPANY, Islip, Long Island.

Editor of the “NEW YORK TRIBUNE AND FARMER.”

E. DUNCAN SNIFFEN, 3 Park Row.

A CHARACTERISTIC LETTER.

(For once we transgress our rule—­never to put a debility patient’s letter in print unless the patient urges us to do so—­and do it at the request of our Medical Chief of Staff, and with the patient’s full consent.  The name, however, we omit, simply stating that should any intending patient desire to come and see or send some friend living in the city, to see and verify that letter and many more like it, we shall be most happy to oblige them.)

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