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Re·né Thé·o·phile Hya·cinthe [ruh-ney tey-aw-feel ya-sant] /rəˈneɪ teɪ ɔˈfil yaˈsɛ̃t/, 1781–1826, French physician who invented the stethoscope.
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/ (French laɛnɛk) /
René Théophile Hyacinthe (rəne teɔfil jasɛ̃t). 1781–1826, French physician, who invented the stethoscope
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René Théophile Hyacinthe 1781-1826
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French physician who invented the stethoscope (ca. 1819).
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