René-Nicolas Dufriche Desgenettes
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! René-Nicolas Dufriche, baron Desgenettes (23 May 1762, Alençon ? 3 February 1837, Paris) was a French military doctor. He was chief doctor to the French army in Egypt and at Waterloo. Son of a lawyer at the Parliament of Rouen, he first studied at the Jesuit college at Alençon. He studied classics at Sainte-Barbe and the collège du Plessis in Paris, but left off these studies to follow the course taught at the collège de France, from then on studying medicine with devotion. Trained in the hospital services of Pelletan and Vicq d?Azyr, he also studied under John Hunter and Moore in London and Desbois de Rochefort and Boyer in France. In trying to perfect his skills he made several journeys to England and Italy (spending 4 years at Florence and Siena then Rome and Naples), where his good manners brought him the acquaintance of many of the most distinguished scholars of the day.
0.23 x 0.15 x 0.01 m; 0.191 kg