An Interactive Annotated World Bibliography of Printed and Digital Works in the History of Medicine and the Life Sciences from Circa 2000 BCE to 2022 by Fielding H. Garrison (1870-1935), Leslie T. Morton (1907-2004), and Jeremy M. Norman (1945- ) Traditionally Known as “Garrison-Morton”

16017 entries, 14075 authors and 1941 subjects. Updated: July 11, 2024

BOURNEVILLE, Désiré-Magloire

4 entries
  • 9660

Leçons cliniques sur les maladies chirurgicales des enfants, professées par M. J. Giraldès. Recueillies et publiées par MM. Bourneville et E. Bourgeois; revues par le professeur.

Paris: Adrien Delahaye, 1869.

Subjects: Pediatric Surgery
  • 4558.1

Iconographie photographique de la Salpêtrière. Service de M. Charcot. 3 vols.

Paris: Bureaux du Progrès Médical & Adrien Delahaye et Lecroisnier, 18761880.

A photographic atlas devoted to cases of hysteria and epilepsy, with case histories; the third volume includes discussions of hypnotism, somnambulism and magnetism. Bourneville was Charcot’s assistant at the Salpêtrière from 1870-79. The plates in v. 1 are mounted photographs (albumen prints) with letterpress captions; the plates in v. 2-3 are collotypes with letterpress captions. All of the plates, which depict patients at La Salpêtrière, are from photographs by Bourneville and Regnard. Title-page vignettes: (v.1: mounted albumen print; v. 2-3: collotypes). Digital facsimile of vol. 1 from Google Books at this link; of vol. 2 from the Internet Archive at this link, and of vol. 3 from the Internet Archive at this link.

Continued in the Nouvelle iconographie, No. 4575. For an analysis of this see No. 8068

Subjects: IMAGING › Photography / Photomicrography , NEUROLOGY › Diseases of the Nervous System, NEUROLOGY › Epilepsy, PSYCHIATRY › Hysteria
  • 4700

Contribution à l’étude de l’idiotàie.

Arch. Neurol. (Paris), 1, 69-91, 1880.

“Bourneville’s disease”, tuberous sclerosis, epiloia (p. 81). Digital facsimile from at this link.

For the history of the understanding of this disease see the remarkable Wikipedia Timeline of tuberous schlerosis.

  • 84

Œuvres complètes ed J.-M. Charcot. Recueillies et publiées par D. M. Bourneville [and others]. 9 vols.

Paris: Bureaux de Progrès Médical; A. Delahaye & E. Lecrosnier, 18861891.

Charcot, famous teacher at La Salpêtrière, created there the greatest neurological clinic of his time. He was a pioneer of psychotherapy and left many memorable descriptions of nervous disorders. Pierre Marie, who died in 1940, was a pupil of Charcot. Digital facsimile from the Internet archive at this link.  An extensive bibliography of Charcot's works with links to digital facsimiles of many of his publications may be found on the Charcot website of Serge Nicolas at (accessed 12-2016).


Subjects: Collected Works: Opera Omnia, NEUROLOGY, PSYCHIATRY