Editeur : EDP SCIENCES
Collection : Sciences et Histoire
Année : 03/2019 (1ère édition)
How could a self-taught scholar of the calibre of Gaston Contremoulins be forgotten?
Driven by his fascination with photography and the discovery of X-rays by Roentgen in 1897, he was the first to invent a device capable of locating intracranial foreign bodies. He thus anticipated the development of stereotaxis, so crucial to modern medicine half a century later. [lire la suite]