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AMBROISE PARE (1510-1590)

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Originally appearing in Volume V20, Page 801 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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AMBROISE PARE (1510-1590), French surgeon, was born at Laval, in the province of Maine, and died at Paris in 159o. His professional career and services to his art are described in the article SURGERY. A collection of his works was published at Paris in 1575 and they were afterwards frequently reprinted. Several editions have appeared in German and Dutch, and among the English translations was that of Thomas Johnson (1665). See J. F. Malgaigne, Euvres completes (Paris, 1S4o); Le Paulmier, Ambroise Pare d'apres de nouveaux documents decouverts aux archives rationales et de pa piers de famille (Paris, 1885) Stephen Paget, Ambroise Pare and his Times (London, 1897).
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