From Big Medical Encyclopedia

DEZHARDEN Leon (Dejardin Leonce, 1893 — 1957) — the Belgian surgeon and the public figure, the corresponding member of Royal academy of medicine, doctor Bryusselsky un-that, the member of Academy of surgery (France).


Having ended in 1922 medical f-t Bruxelles un-that, worked as the assistant to surgical department of Ikselsky hospital, trained at R. Lerish. Since 1935 the prosector of department of surgical anatomy and operational surgery medical f-that Bruxelles un-that; from 1938 to 1954 managed surgical department of Ettirbeksky hospital in Brussels.

L. Dezharden published apprx. 40 scientific works preferential concerning traumatology, orthopedics and surgery of vessels.

As the large public figure proved on a post of the secretary general International surgical about-va, to-rogo carried out duties since 1938. After the end of World War II carried out a lot of work but to recovery of the international medical relations. With its active participation the international congresses of surgeons in London (1947), the New Orleans (1949), Paris (1951), Lisbon (1953) and Copenhagen (1955) were prepared and held. It was the honorary member of the American college of surgeons, the member of Royal college of surgeons of Great Britain and Royal London medical about-va, the founder of the «Bulletin of the International Society of Surgeons» magazine.

Works: Maladie de Buerger, arteriographie, arteriectomie, Brux. - med., p. 1138, 1936; Formes cliniques ettraitement des thromboses venieuses aig^s post-operatoires, ibid., p. 1855, 1949; Etude du tests de resistance a 1 * heparine chez les operes, J. int. Chir., t. 10, p. 384, 1950.

Bibliography: Dumont A. Leonce Dejar-din, Acta chir, belg., No. 1, p. 20, 1957; Mayer G. Le docteur Leonce Dejardin, Brux. - med., t. 37, p. 203, 1957.

And. H. Belov.