|Birthname||Louis Edouard Octave Crouzon|
|born on||29 September 1874 at 05:00 (= 05:00 AM )|
|Place||Paris, France, 48n52, 2e20|
|Timezone||LMT m2e20 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||05°52' 21°52 Asc. 24°45'|
French neurologist who specialized in hereditary neurological diseases, especially spinocerebellar ataxia. He did extensive work associated with cervical and lumbar spine deformities, and conducted studies of chronic rheumatic and arthritic disorders. Crouzon was the first to describe a condition he called "craniofacial dysostosis", defined as a genetic branchial arch disorder that results in abnormal facial features. Today this condition is known as Crouzon's syndrome.
He received his doctorate from the University of Paris, where he studied under Paul Georges Dieulafoy (1839–1911), Joseph Babinski (1857–1932) and Pierre Marie (1853–1940). During his medical career, he was associated with the Hôtel-Dieu de Paris and Salpêtrière Hospital.
For his entire career, Crouzon was interested in psychology, particularly in the work of Pierre Janet (1859-1947), whom Crouzon considered a major influence.
He died on 16 September 1938, aged 63, in Paris.
Grazia Bordoni's Science file quotes Gauquelin.
- Traits : Mind : Education extensive (PhD)
- Vocation : Medical : Physician (Neurologist)
- Notable : Famous : Founder/ originator ("Crouzon's syndrome")