Alexis Carrel


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Noun1.Alexis Carrel - French surgeon and biologist who developed a way to suture and graft blood vessels (1873-1944)Alexis Carrel - French surgeon and biologist who developed a way to suture and graft blood vessels (1873-1944)
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Alexis Carrel, who won the Nobel prize for Medicine in the 1930s.
Ano 1912--O prefacio dos transplantes trata da descoberta de Alexis Carrel na area de suturas e como ele desvelou a tecnica dos transplantes.
Alexis Carrel (1873-1944), who is considered the father of modern transplantation, made attempts to transplant organs in animals, but above all, his works led to the development of the technique of a surgical suture for blood vessels used in transplantation, for which he received the Nobel Prize in 1912.
Her latest work (shown, center) was inspired by French surgeon Alexis Carrel, who won the Nobel Prize in 1912 for developing ways to seamlessly stitch together major blood vessels.
Alexis Carrel, a brilliant but unstable surgeon devoted to the idea of race purity.
Desde la tecnica de triangulacion para la anastomosis microvascular descrita por Alexis Carrel en 1902 (1), la introduccion del microscopio para procedimientos quirurgicos por Nylen (2) en 1921 y la descripcion detallada de los diferentes territorios vasculares en la piel (Angiosomas) por Ian Taylor en 1973, el desarrollo avanzado de tecnicas de microdiseccion vascular y microanastomosis vascular permite en la actualidad la reconstruccion mediante colgajos microvascularizados tan delgados como la piel misma y microanastomosis de vasos tan pequenos con calibres de luz interna que oscilan entre los 0.
Nord mobilizes original research in Sciences Po's archives and the papers of the Nobel-winning doctor and father of Vichy eugenics Alexis Carrel to help build his rereading of the era.
Important advances in arterial repair were made in the laboratory by the Frenchman, Alexis Carrel, who commenced his experiments in vascular repair in Lyon, in 1901, using tiny needles and the delicate threads used by the local lace workers or strands of human hair.
The Nobel laureate, Alexis Carrel in 1912 developed the technique of vascular anastomosis and revolutionized the organ transplantation8.
Alexis Carrel was the surgeon who demonstrated in animals that organs could survive after being transplanted.