- Category : 1881-births
- Type : MEG
- Profile : 1/4 - Investigating / Opportunist
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Tension 2
French dermatologist remembered for his work with numerous dermatological disorders. "Gougerot's trilogy" is named after him, defined as disease with three main dermatological symptoms (erythematous papular lesions, purpuric macules, and dermal/dermohypodermal nodules) that typically affect the thighs and legs. Described by Gougerot in the treatise, "Trisymptome atypique," it is also known as "Gougerot's disease."
Gougerot was a prolific writer of over 2500 articles. He was the publisher of Archives dermato-syphiligraphiques de la clinique de l’hôpital Saint-Louis, and with Ferdinand-Jean Darier (1856-1938) and Raymond Jacques Adrien Sabouraud (1864-1938), was editor of Nouvelle Pratique Dermatologique, an eight-volume work on dermatology.
He died on 15 January 1955, aged 73, in Paris.