Italian physician; born at Asti March 20, 1861. He received his education at his native town and at the University of Turin (M.D. 1884). He has been since 1888 assistant professor of medicine and chief of the medico-forensic department in the University of Sienna.
Ottolenghi has contributed to the medical journals nearly eighty essays, especially on forensic medicine, anthropology, and criminology, and is the author of: "Anomalie del Campo Visivo Nei Precopatici e Nei Criminali," Turin, 1891; "Duocento Criminali e Prostitute" (with U. Rossi), ib. 1894; "La Sensibilità della Donna," ib. 1896; "La Suggestione e le Facoltà Psichiche Occulte in Repporto alla Pratica Medico-Forense" (with U. Rossi), ib. 1899; "Il Glicogeno dei Muscoli e del Fegato nel Cadavere a Diverse Epoche della Morte," Sienna, 1901.