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Friday, March 18, 2011
061- ARMÍNIO FRAGA
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Born in Salvador on August 12, 1892.
He graduated in 1917 from the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, when he claimed the inaugural thesis on "Suprarenalite palustre"
They were her classmates: Agenor de Souza Bomfim, Alexandre Afonso de Carvalho, Raimundo Arlindo de Assis Moreira Spinola Columbus, Edgar Rego Santos, and Mario Costa Macedo. Agenor de Souza Bomfim, Alexandre Afonso de Carvalho Moreira Spinola Columbus, Edgar Rego Santos Costa and Mário Macedo became the school's faculty. Edgar Santos Rego, besides teaching, he was Director of the School, founder and Rector of the University of Bahia. Raymond Arlindo de Assis, was a student laureate and national figure in the fight against tuberculosis (2).
He specialized in dermatology in the United States and returned to Bahia, moving then to Rio de Janeiro.
He worked in the Manguinhos Institute and the Santa Casa de Misericordia of Rio de Janeiro.
He was Assistant Professor. Eduardo Rabelo, dermatology teaching several generations of doctors. Free-ran for teaching at the Faculty of Medicine, was approved with praise.
Came to America, where she conducted refresher courses in the years 1921 and 1922.
He had deep knowledge of Dermatology, Microbiology, Parasitology and Immunology.
His private practice was one of the most prestigious in Rio de Janeiro. "Treating their customers with superior humanity, whatever their social status" (Lacaz, work cited).
Lepers, Floriano de Lemos points out, had in Armindo Fraga "a doctor and a friend at a time that treatment of this infection was almost dead" (ibid.).
Considered one of the greatest dermatologists from Brazil, died in 1964 in the city of Rio de Janeiro.
1. Lacaz, Carlos da Silva - Shades of Brazilian Medicine. São Paulo, 1966.
2. Tavares-Neto, José - Graduates from 1918 to 2008 by the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia. Feira de Santana, 208.