Welcome to this blog dedicated to the illustrious doctors of Bahia.
There are more than 300 brief biographies, company, or otherwise, of appendices attached to the life and work of biographers.
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In 1909, he graduated in Medicine, Faculty of Medicine of Bahia.
Soon afterwards, from 1910 to 1912, he apprenticed in Paris, where he attended the most famous of Dermatology Services of the French capital. Working at the Pasteur Institute, with Professor Levaditi and attended the Saint Louis Hospital, Professor in the Department of Brocq.
Returning to Salvador, was appointed surgeon at the Hospital Santa Izabel.
Shortly afterwards, became a professor-free, by tender, the chair of the dermatology clinic and syphilology Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, where she taught for several years, for preventing the chair. Taught also the chair of Clinical Surgery as assistant professor.
He has published numerous scientific papers in the areas of dermatology and surgery.
Is the author of the book "My Memories of Surgeon," which records the most significant events of his professional experience.
Reportedly it was the first in Bahia, to hold a suture of the heart.
Studied mineral waters of Liana, demonstrating its therapeutic qualities and releasing them, including "Gazeta Médica da Bahia."
In 1926, drawing the attention of government to resort to that station, he undertook a trip by car, the Liana Alagoinhas.
Chronicles pray that Professor Genevieve Sales was the first person to bring a car to the northeast. "The residents of the places where he stopped, loved the car and put it" pennies "and" ex-votos "as a sign of gratitude for the" graces "(Lacaz).
After receiving, in bids, the right to use the waters of Liana, set up a medical service and built a modern resort, made up of a thermal pool (the first in Brazil) and other facilities.
Died in Salvador on October 30, 1966.
1. Lacaz, Carlos da Silva - Shades of Brazilian Medicine, S. Paul, 1966.
2. Genesius Sales - Available in http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cip% C3%
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