Biography of Siegmund Auerbach
Siegmund Auerbach was assistant to the surgeon Ludwig Wilhelm Carl Rehn (1849-1930) in Frankfurt am Main before he changed to neurology. Influenced by his brother in law, the neurologist Ludwig Edinger (1855-1919), he investigated the bordering field of neurology and surgery. Auerbach was a very popular diagnostician and contributed numerous works on the operative treatment of tumours of the brain and spinal marrow/cord, nervous damages, and epilepsy. Upon his death in Frankfurt am Main he was director of the outpatient clinic for nervous diseases.
- Die Hauptursachen der häufigsten Lähmungstypen.
Sammlung klinisher Vorträge, Leipzig, 1911/13, XII, 147-189.
- Der Kopfschmerz.
Berlin 1912; translated into English.
- Die chirurgischen Indikationen der Nervenheilkunde.