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SAJOUS, Charles Euehariste, physician, born in Paris, France, 13 December, 1852. He came to this country at the age of nine years, was educated by private tutors, and, after attending lectures in the medical department of the University of California and at Jefferson college, Philadelphia, received his diploma in 1878. Remaining in Philadelphia, he soon obtained a lucrative practice among the French residents of that city. He was made professor of anatomy and physiology in the Wagner free institute of science, and lecturer on diseases of the nose and throat in the Philadelphia school of anatomy. Having made this class of diseases his specialty, Dr. Sajous became clinical chief in the throat department of Jefferson college hospital, and finally lecturer in the college proper, which post he now (1888) occupies. He became widely known early in his career through his invert-tive ability, and has devised numerous instruments that are extensively used in his specialty. Dr. Sajous is an honorary and corresponding mem-bet of a large number of American and foreign medical societies, and has received several decorations from foreign governments. His contributions to professional literature include numerous articles in medical journals, and two works, "Curative Treatment of Hay Fever" (Philadelphia, 1885) and "Diseases of the Nose and Throat" (1886). In 1888 he edited and brought to a successful issue one of the largest medical works of the time, the "Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences." having for its object to , ollata the progressive features of the medical literature of the world, and collect information relating to medicine in uncivilized countries. In this he was assisted by sixty-six associate editors.
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