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Samuel Meyer Weingrow

Born  1901
Died  1973

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    American neurologist and neurosurgeon, born December 31, 1901; died October 1973.

    Biography of Samuel Meyer Weingrow

    We thank Patrick Jucker-Kupper, Switzerland, for information submitted.


    • Harold A. Patterson and Samuel M. Weingrow:
      The relation between brain and liver weights in epilepsy considered from the standpoint of onset and duration in about 200 cases.
      The Psychiatric Quarterly, New York, June 1928, 2 (2): 171-176.
    • S. M. Weingrow:
      Hepatic percussion zones in essential epilepsy.
      The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, July 1929, 70 (1): 51-53.

    • Harold A. Patterson and Samuel M. Weingrow:
      Variations in the blood picture of epileptics.
      The Psychiatric Quarterly, New York, December 1931, 5 (4): 646-648.
    • S. M. Weingrow:
      Xanthoma tuberosum.
      Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology, Chicago, 1932, 25 (6): 1021-1027.
    • Samuel M. Weingrow:
      Observations on some visceral conditions in geneal epilepsy and in convulsions of experimental origin.
      The American Journal of Psychiatry, January 1932, 88: 737-746.
      From the Deparrtment of Neurology and the Nruo-Surgical Laboratory of Columbia University.
      Read at the eighty-sevent annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Section on Convulsive Disorders, Toronto, Canada, June 1, 1931.
    • S. M. Weingrow:
      Facial reflexes. Archives of Pediatrics, New York, 1933, 50, 234-254.
    • Samuel M. Weingrow, M.D.
      Scapular tendon reflexes.
      The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, April 1934, 79 )4): 391-410.
    • Samuel M. Weingrow, M.D.
      The trigeminofacial cervical reflexes.
      The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, December 1936, 84 (6): 660-662.
    • Samuel M. Weingrow, Thomas S. P. Fitch, Albert W. Piggott:
      Some clinical neurological findings in epilepsy: preliminary report.
      The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, Seprtember 1938, 88 (3): 281-308.

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