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Sunday, March 20, 2011
072- AURÉLIO RODRIGUES VIANA
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Born: September 18, 1864.
Graduated in Medicine, Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, on 10 December 1887.
They were classmates: Alvaro Freire Vilalva Alvim, Eduardo Lins Ferreira de Araujo, Jose Affonso de Carvalho and Rita Lobato Velho Lopes. Alvaro Freire Vilalva pioneered the Radiology and Medical Electricity, Bahia. Eduardo Lins de Araújo Ferreira was professor of medicine and the Governor of Bahia (1911-1912). Jose Affonso de Carvalho, Professor of Clinical Medicine (3).
Rita Lobato Velho Lopes was the first physician to graduate in Brazil: from Rio Grande do Sul, filed initially at the Medical School of Rio de Janeiro, moving then to the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia. His inaugural dissertation was about "Parallels between the methods suggested in cesarean section." After graduating, he returned to his home state, where he specialized in Obstetrics. He died in 1935, with 87 years of age (see Index).
The teaching career of Aurelio Vinana em1894 began when, by tender, lens replacement became the 12th Chamber. This was transferred to the 7th Chamber, in 1895. From the 7th grade, went to the 6th section, in 1901. In 1902, he won the chair of Medical Pathology, which was transferred in 1914 to the 2nd Medical Clinic.
Carrier extensive medical culture, ruled as interim, various disciplines of medical school: Psychiatric Clinic and Nerve Diseases (1894-1895), Therapeutics (1896, 1897, 1900 and 1901), Clinical Propedêutica (1890, 1897, 1900 and 1901), Medical Pathology (19) 1), Physiology (1912) and General Pathology (1918).
Represented the congregation, on the Board of Education in 1915, 1916 and 1918.
In public life, he held several elected positions and executives: Municipal Councillor, State Representative, Congressman, Senator and Governor of the State (1911-1912).
"If you ran in the chair, the greater serenity, not as much happened in politics, where he had repeatedly in times of turmoil more livable, hard times, due to his uncompromising character" (1).
By the same author: "Mark this stage of his political life a stirring and strong, clashing with the state legislature and taking action in some way violent, leading to fierce campaign, with repeated resources to the judiciary, whose doors knocked , fighting for their rights "(ibid.).
Sá Oliveira portrays him with the words: "Political intrepid, eloquent speaker, was also a master Dr. Augusto Viana very bright and heeded by their colleagues."
Died March 20, 1929.
1. Loureiro de Souza, Antonio - Distinguished Baianos. Salvador, 1973.
2. Sá Oliveira, Eduardo - Historical Memory of the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, concerning the year 1942. Salvador, 1992.