Charles Émile Troisier
|Charles Émile Troisier|
6 April 1844|
Sévigny-Waleppe, Ardennes, France
|Died||11 December 1919
Charles Émile Troisier (6 April 1844 – 11 December 1919) was a French surgeon.
Charles Émile Troisier was born on 6 April 1844 in Sévigny-Waleppe, Ardennes. His mother was Marie-Louise Adeline Marache and his father Antoine Édouard Troisier, a health officer at Sévigny. He became a doctor of medicine in Paris in 1874, then a professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Paris and a member of the Académie Nationale de Médecine.
He had a close relationship with Princess Marie Bonaparte. His son, Jean Troisier (1881–1945), also became a doctor and biologist, and was head of the laboratory at the Pasteur Institute. His granddaughter, Solange Troisier (1919–2008) was a doctor and a leading feminist.
- Joseph Marie Jules Parrot (1886). Charles Emile Troisier, ed. La Syphilis Hereditaire Et Le Rachitis (in French).
The following are named for him:
- Troisier's sign, a hard, enlarged, left supraclavicular lymph node
- Troisier-Hanot-Chauffard syndrome, a form of diabetes mellitus
- "Anomalies du métabolisme du fer". Taurus. Université de Neuchâtel. Retrieved 2015-04-05.
- "Charles Emile Troisier". Whonamedit? A dictionary of medical eponyms. Retrieved 2015-04-05.
- "Jean Troisier (1881-1945)". Institut Pasteur. Retrieved 2015-04-05.
- "LH/2632/24 TROISIER Charles Emile". Leonore. Ministry of Culture. Retrieved 2015-04-05.
- Moreau-Ricaud, Michelle (2011). "Eugénie Sokolnicka et Marie Bonaparte". Topique. L'esprit du Temps (115). ISBN 9782847952056.
- "Solange Troissier (1919-2008)" (in French). AAIHP. Retrieved 2015-03-22.
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