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FrenchBorn Mathieu JABOULAY

French surgeon

Born on July 05, 1860 in Saint-Genis-Laval, France , France

Died on November 04, 1913 in Melun, France

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He is remembered for introduction of new surgical procedures, as well as his work involving techniques of vascular anastomosis.

He studied and practiced medicine in Lyon, where in 1902 he became a professor of clinical surgery. Two of his better known students at Lyon were Alexis Carrel (1873-1944) and René Leriche (1879-1955).


In 1892 he introduced the side-to-side gastroduodenostomy, an operation used when the pylorus and proximal duodenum are badly scarred, and in 1894 he performed the first inter-ilio abdominal amputation or hemipelvectomy, a surgery involving amputation of the entire leg through the sacroiliac joint. This operation is sometimes referred to as "Jaboulay's amputation".

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