Antoine Béclère

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Antoine Béclère
Born March 17, 1856
Paris
Died 1939
Nationality France
Fields radiology

Antoine Béclère (March 17, 1856 Paris-1939), virologist, immunologist, was a pioneer in radiology. In 1897 he created the first laboratory of radiology in Paris.

References[edit]

  • Pallardy, G; Mabille, J P (1999), "Antoine Béclère (1856-1939). In memory of Antoinette Béclère, the admirable guardian of her father's works", Journal de radiologie (Jun 1999) 80 (6): 600–3, PMID 10417897 
  • Pallardy, G (1999), "La radiologie est entree avant l'electricite dans les hopitaux de Paris", Histoire des sciences médicales 33 (4): 333–42, PMID 11625611 
  • Ratti, A (1982), "Antoinette Béclère and the Center for International Relations in Radiology (Antoine Béclère)", La Radiologia medica (Nov 1982) 68 (11): 785–7, PMID 6131504 
  • Ponte, P L; Randone, M (1967), "The Frenchman Antoine Beclere, pioneer of radiology and the Portuguese Egas Moniz, the first to perform arteriography", Minerva Med. (Oct 6, 1967) 58 (80): 1248–9, PMID 4865589