Berton Roueché (/ruːˈʃeɪ/ roo-SHAY; April 16, 1910 – April 28, 1994) was a medical writer who wrote for The New Yorker magazine for almost fifty years. He also wrote twenty books, including Eleven Blue Men (1954), The Incurable Wound (1958), Feral (1974), and The Medical Detectives (1980). An article he wrote for The New Yorker was made into the 1956 film Bigger Than Life, and many of the medical mysteries on the television show House were inspired by Roueché's writings.

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  • Berton Roueché (parfois orthographié Burton Roueche), né le 16 avril 1910, à Kansas City, Missouri, et mort le 28 avril 1994, à Amagansett, sur l'île de Long Island dans l’État de New York, est un journaliste spécialisé dans les articles sur la médecine et un auteur américain de roman policier. Ten Feet Tall, un article paru dans le New Yorker le 10 septembre 1955 et qui traite des effets néfastes de la cortisone, a inspiré le film Derrière le miroir (Bigger Than Life) de Nicholas Ray, avec James Mason. (fr)
  • L'attività che lo ha reso noto è stata quella di scrittore di medicina per il periodico The New Yorker per quasi cinquanta anni. Inoltre scrisse venti libri, tra cui Eleven Blue Men (1954), The Incurable Wound (1958), Feral (1974) e The Medical Detectives (1980). Da un articolo che scrisse per The New Yorker è stato tratto nel 1956 il film Dietro lo specchio, e molti dei misteri medici della contemporanea serie televisiva Dr. House - Medical Division sono ispirati dagli scritti di Roueché. (it)
  • Berton Roueché (/ruːˈʃeɪ/ roo-SHAY; April 16, 1910 – April 28, 1994) was a medical writer who wrote for The New Yorker magazine for almost fifty years. He also wrote twenty books, including Eleven Blue Men (1954), The Incurable Wound (1958), Feral (1974), and The Medical Detectives (1980). An article he wrote for The New Yorker was made into the 1956 film Bigger Than Life, and many of the medical mysteries on the television show House were inspired by Roueché's writings. (en)
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  • Berton Roueché (parfois orthographié Burton Roueche), né le 16 avril 1910, à Kansas City, Missouri, et mort le 28 avril 1994, à Amagansett, sur l'île de Long Island dans l’État de New York, est un journaliste spécialisé dans les articles sur la médecine et un auteur américain de roman policier. Ten Feet Tall, un article paru dans le New Yorker le 10 septembre 1955 et qui traite des effets néfastes de la cortisone, a inspiré le film Derrière le miroir (Bigger Than Life) de Nicholas Ray, avec James Mason. (fr)
  • L'attività che lo ha reso noto è stata quella di scrittore di medicina per il periodico The New Yorker per quasi cinquanta anni. Inoltre scrisse venti libri, tra cui Eleven Blue Men (1954), The Incurable Wound (1958), Feral (1974) e The Medical Detectives (1980). Da un articolo che scrisse per The New Yorker è stato tratto nel 1956 il film Dietro lo specchio, e molti dei misteri medici della contemporanea serie televisiva Dr. House - Medical Division sono ispirati dagli scritti di Roueché. (it)
  • Berton Roueché (/ruːˈʃeɪ/ roo-SHAY; April 16, 1910 – April 28, 1994) was a medical writer who wrote for The New Yorker magazine for almost fifty years. He also wrote twenty books, including Eleven Blue Men (1954), The Incurable Wound (1958), Feral (1974), and The Medical Detectives (1980). An article he wrote for The New Yorker was made into the 1956 film Bigger Than Life, and many of the medical mysteries on the television show House were inspired by Roueché's writings. (en)
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