Visiting Lecturer at the Brigham Hospital and the Harvard Medical School

1914 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
In medical science he was one of the remarkable men of his day. "Armand Trousseau, who afterwards did so much to make the Hôtel-Dieu famous on the medical side, was only 13 years old, and whilst 'le bonhomme' Pelletan, with elegant manners and social tact, was the nominal head of the sur-
doi:10.1056/nejm191410151711617 fatcat:s5mqa7almngtto6mnxhm43thm4