1743, Oct 201795, Jun 9
a French surgeon born in Paris. He was trained in medicine at the Hôtel-Dieu, Pitié and the Bicêtre hospitals. In 1771 he became a professor of practical surgery at the École pratique in Paris, and in 1782 succeeded Toussaint Bordenave (1728–1782) as chair of physiology. Chopart was a pioneer of urological surgery, putting emphasis on dealing with the urinary tract as a whole. In 1791/92 he published the two-volume Traité des maladies des voies urinaires. With Pierre-Joseph Desault (1744–1795), he was author of the surgical treatise Traité des maladies chirurgicales et des opérations qui leur conviennent.
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