Cerebroscopy Cer`e*bros"co*py, n. [Cerebrum + -scopy.] (Med.) Examination of the brain for the diagnosis of disease; esp., the act or process of diagnosticating the condition of the brain by examination of the interior of the eye (as with an ophthalmoscope). --Buck. [1913 Webster]

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  • Eugène Bouchut — (May 18, 1818 1891) was a French physician. In 1843 he obtained his medical doctorate from Paris, and later became chef de clinique at the Hôtel Dieu de Paris. In 1852 he became a physician at the Hôpital Bon Secours, and later a physician at the …   Wikipedia

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