Biography of Richard Schatzki
Richard Schatzki trained in radiology in Berlin with Hans Heinrich Berg (1889-1968) who was the leading diagnostic radiologist in Germany at that time. He immigrated to the U.S.A in 1933 and subsequently worked as a radiologist in Boston. He was for a period President of the New England Roentgen Ray Society, of which he became an honorary member 1967.
- "The eyes must finish their work before the grey cells take over."
Clinical Aphorisms from the Harvard Medical School (1957), “Medicine”
- Esophagus: progress and problems.
Caldwell Lecture, American Roentgen Ray Society, 1964.
The American Journal of Roentgenology, Radium Therapy & Nuclear Medicine, Springfield, 1965, 94: 523-540.
- Joseph C. Aub,.Henry K. Beecher, Bradford Cannon, Stanley Cobb, Oliver Cope, N. W. Faxon, Champ Lynons, Tracy Mallory and Richard Schatzki And Their Staff Associates. (Massachusetts General Hospital Staff doctors):
Management of the Cocoanut Grove Burns at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1943.
- Lieut. Col. Joseph R. Blair (MC), U.S. Army; Richard Schatzki, M.D., Boston; Lieut. Col. Kenneth D. Orr (MC), U.S. Army:
•Sequelae Cold Injury In One Hundred Patients: Follow-up Study Four Years After Occurrence of Cold Injury.
The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, April 1957, 163 (14): 1203-1208.