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Kazimierz S. Koslowski

Born  1928

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Polish paediatric radiologist, born June 6, 1928, Poznan.

Biography of Kazimierz S. Koslowski

Kazimierz S. Koslowski qualified in medicine at the University of Poznan in 1952. His main field of interest was in radiology, and in 1958, on a Rockefeller Foundation fellowship, he worked in paediatric radiology under professor John P. Caffey (1895-1978) at the Columbia University, New York. He obtained his doctorate in 1963 and qualified as a lecturer (docent) at Warsaw Medical School in 1965.

From 1966 Koslowski was director of radiology at the American Research Hospital in Krakow. In 1969 he moved to a similar post at the Paediatric Institute in Poznan, but already two years later he emigrated to Sydney, Australia, where he became radiologist at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children.


  • K. Kozlowski, R. Tenconi:
    Stüve-Wiedemann dysplasia in a 3 1/2-old boy.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, 1996, 63:17-19.

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