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Felix Guyon (1831-1920), French urologist. Guyon was born on the island of Reunion and moved with his family to France at the age of three. He studied medicine in Nantes and specialised in the anatomy and pathology of the uterus. He started work in Paris in 1867 where he studied urinary pathology. He is considered to be the founder of modern urology. In 1878, he became a member of the Academy of Medicine, of which he later became president.
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