Pierre Charles Huguier

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Pierre Charles Huguier (1804 – 1873) was a French surgeon and gynecologist born in Sézanne.

In 1834 he received his medical doctorate at Paris, and was later a surgeon at the Hôpital Beaujon.

Huguier is remembered for his pioneer work with genitourinary diseases such as lymphogranuloma venereum, and uterine fibroma, which was historically called "Huguier's disease".[1] He provided an early description of the anastomosis around the isthmus of the uterus, which is sometimes referred to as "Huguier's circle". His name is also lent to two anatomical structures associated with the ear:

Selected writings[edit]

  • Des opérations de pupille artificielle, 1841
  • Mémoire sur les kystes de la matrice et sur les kystes folliculaires du vagin. Lu à la Société de Chirurgie le 5 May 1847.
  • Mémoire sur l'esthiomène, ou darte rongeante de la région vulvo-anale. Extrait du tome XIV des Mémoires d l'Académie Nationale de Médecine. 1849
  • Mémoire sur les maladies des appareils sécréteurs des organes génitaux externes de la femme. Extrait des Mémoires de l'Academie Nationale de Médecine. 1850
  • Mémoire sur les appareils sécréteurs des organes génitaux externes chez la femme et chez les animaux. Extrait des Annales des Sciences Naturelles, April 1850.
  • Traitement des kystes de l'ovaire, 1856 - Treatment of ovarian cysts.
  • Mémoire sur les allongements hypertrophiques du col de l'uterus, 1860 - Treatise on hypertrophic elongation of the cervix.
  • De l'hystérométrie et du cathétérisme utérin, etc. 1865 - The hysterometry and uterine catheterization.[2]

References[edit]

  • [2] Bartleby.com, The Middle Ear or Tympanic Cavity, the Canal of Huguier
  • Mondofacto Dictionary, definition of eponyms
  • [3] Dictionary of medical eponyms by Barry G. Firkin
  1. ^ [1] Online ICD9/ICD9CM codes
  2. ^ WorldCat Titles (publications)