Paul Reclus

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Paul Reclus
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Born (1847-01-17)January 17, 1847
Orthez, France
Died July 29, 1914(1914-07-29) (aged 67)
Paris, France
Nationality French
Fields Medicine
Institutions University of Paris
Alma mater University of Paris
Known for Reclus' disease

Jean Jacques Paul Reclus (Orthez, 17 January 1847 – Paris, 29 July 1914) was a French physician specializing in surgery. The Reclus' disease is named after him. He was the son of pastor Jacques Reclus and brother of Élie, Élisée, Onésime and Armand Reclus.

He is known for his research of local anesthetics, particularly cocaine.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Neural Blockade in Clinical Anesthesia and Management of Pain, Issue 494 by Michael J. Cousins, Phillip O. Bridenbaugh
  2. ^ WorldCat Identities (Simon-Emmanuel Duplay)
  3. ^ Who Named It (bibliography)
  4. ^ WorldCat Search (publications)
  5. ^ Reclus disease II @ Who Named It

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