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Has primary school in Salvador, Professor at the College of Amelia Viana. The studies were in College D. Pedro II (Rio de Janeiro), the Institute for Teaching and Bahiano Gym Bahia.
In 1933, he joined the Faculty of Medicine of Bahia, for which he was graduated in Medicine in 1938.
Top professional practice in Bahia and Minas Gerais (Jacobina, Morro Hat and Almenara).
In 1941, drafted into the Army, was appointed to serve on Islanders, where he remained until 1945.
Thereafter, he moved to Salvador.
In Salvador and established his private practice, invited by Professor Jose Adeodato Filho, worked in the Maternity Pro-Mater.
He directed the Office of home deliveries, working in all neighborhoods of Salvador. On that service, said: "We took the material to the home and had regular sterilized, if necessary, forceps-down relief." And: "Practice has shown how important was the service of home deliveries to the needy population in Salvador. Unfortunate that the authorities they have not understood or appreciated the said service at the time, which in practice would even huge savings to the state, the flow desfogando maternity hospitals "(op. cit.)
In 1950, he joined the Department of Health of Bahia and directed the Tour Prenatal Care of Red River.
At the Hospital Santa Izabel, worked in the service of Professor Oak Light
In the Faculty of Medicine, Federal University of Bahia, was Assistant Clinical Obstetrics. From 1952 he devoted himself to the study of natural childbirth without pain, psychoprophylactic method. His studies on the matter, have backed his claim became professor, defended in 1958. Teacher-free, took over as head of Obstetrics.
In the sixties, he moved to the Gynecologic Clinic of the Clinical Hospital Prof. Edgard Santos.
At St. Anthony Hospital, Sister Dulce, headed the Service of Gynecology. He became the Director General of the aforementioned hospital.
In 1981 he was elected president of the Bahia de Medicina.
In the following decade he devoted himself to the study of HSV-1 and HSV-2.
He died on November 15, 2009.