German orthopaedist, born May 6, 1888, Waldenburg, Sachsen.
Biography of Walther Müller
Walther Müller studied in Leipzig and received his doctorate at that university in 1913. From 1914 to 1919 he worked as assistant at the Leipzig surgical policlinic, 1920-1927 in the Marburg surgical clinic. From 1927 he was head physician at the surgical clinic in Heidelberg. Müller was habilitated for surgery and orthopaedics in 1921, becoming extraordinary professor in 1925.
- Die normale und pathologische Physiologie des Knochens. Leipzig, 1924.
- Biologie der Gelenke. Leipzig, 1929.
- Die Chirurgie der Muskeln, Sehnen und Fascien.
In Martin Kirschner (1879–1942) and Otto Nordmann (1878–1946): Die Chirurgie, volume 2, 2. Berlin and Vienna, 1930.
- Pathologische Physiologie der Wirbelsäule. Leipzig, 1932.
We thank Patrick Jucker-Kupper, Switzerland, for information submitted.
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