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Georges, Louis, Bardet (1885–1966) was a French physician who is known for first describing a rare genetic disease. In his graduation thesis at the University of Paris in 1920, Bardet wrote about a medical condition characterized by obesity, retinitis pigmentosa, polydactyly and hypogonadism. Two years later, Hungarian physician Arthur Biedl described the same symptoms in two sisters, separate from Bardet's findings. This condition has since become known as the Bardet-Biedl syndrome.
Georges Bardet was the uncle of Jean Bardet, the founder of Éditions du Seuil.
- Bardet, Georges (1920). Sur un syndrome d'obésité infantile avec polydactylie et rétinite pigmentaire (contribution à l'étude des formes cliniques de l'obésité hypophysaire). Paris: Université de Paris.
- Biedl, Arthur (1922). "Ein Geschwisterpaar mit adiposo-genitaler Dystrophie". Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift (48): 1630.
- Beighton, Greta (6 December 2012). The Man Behind the Syndrome. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 9781447114154.
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