Masson (publisher)

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Masson was a French publisher specialised in medical and scientific collections. In 1987, Masson purchased Armand Colin; in turn, it became part of the City Group (Groupe de la Cité) in 1994. In 2005, Masson merged with Elsevier France, creating Elsevier Masson.

Notable publications[edit]

  • In 1962, Masson published a French language translation of a book about a fictitious order called the Rhinogradentia written by the German zoology professor Gerolf Steiner.
  • In 2000, in association with the language software company Ultralingua, the Masson French-English Medical Dictionary was published in electronic form for the Macintosh and Microsoft Windows computer platforms.

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