Anatole CHAUFFARD

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FrenchBorn Marie Emile Anatole CHAUFFARD

French internist

Born on August 22, 1855 in Avignon , France

Died on November 1, 1932 in Paris , France

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Anatole Marie Émile Chauffard (22 August 1855 – 1 November 1932) was a French internist born in Avignon.
He earned his doctorate in 1882, and became médecin des hôpitaux. In 1907 he was appointed professor of internal medicine at the Paris faculty. He was a member of the Académie de Médecine, and in 1911 attained the clinical chair at Hôpital Saint-Antoine.
Chauffard is remembered for his work involving liver disease and his pathophysiological research of hereditary spherocytosis. His name is associated with the following disorders:
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"Minkowski-Chauffard disease": Congenital hemolytic anemia with spherocytosis, splenomegaly and jaundice. Named with Oskar Minkowski (1858–1931).
"Troisier-Hanot-Chauffard syndrome": Hypertrophic cirrhosis with skin pigmentation and diabetes mellitus. Sometimes called primary hemochromatosis, bronze diabetes, pigmentary cirrhosis or iron overload disease. Named with Victor Charles Hanot (1844–1896) and Charles Emile Troisier (1844–1919).


Writings
Cirrhose hypertrophique pigmentaire dans le diabète sucré. Revue de médecine, Paris, 1882, 2: 385–403. (with Victor Charles Hanot)
Xanthélasma disséminé et symétrique, sans insuffisance hépatique. Bulletins et memoires de la Société medicale des hôpitaux de Paris, 1889, 3 sér., 6: 412–419.
Des adénopathies dans le rhumatisme chronique infectieux. Revue de médecine, Paris, 1896; 16: 345. (with F. Ramon)
Pathogénie de l’ictère congénital de l’adulte. La semaine médicale, Paris, 1907, 27: 25–29.
Les ictères hémolytiques. La semaine médicale, Paris, 1908, 28: 45 and 49.
Pathogénie de l’ictere hémolytique congénital. Annales de médecine interne, Paris, 1914: 1-17.


References
Anatole Chauffard @ Who Named It



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