Louis-Léopold-Xavier-Édouard Ollier (1830-1900): An Innovative Orthopedic Surgeon

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Abstract

Louis-Léopold-Xavier-Édouard Ollier (1830-1900) was a pioneer in orthopedics considered as the founder of modern orthopedic surgery. He was a skillful and experimenter surgeon. He invented many new surgical techniques in orthopedic surgery and many new surgical instruments. His most known discovery is Ollier’s disease.

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