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Sergei Semionovich Abramov - bibliography

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Russian pathologist and bacteriologist, born September 14, 1875, Rostov-on Don; died August 21, 1951, USA.


S. S. Abramov:
• On the casuistry of the primary myocarditidis. 
  Medisinskoe Obozrenie, Moscow, 1897, 48: 889–898. [In Russian]

L. Mnukhin, M. Avril. V. Losskaya, editors: 
• Russian Emigration in France 1919-2000. 
  Biographical Dictionary, Moscow: Nauka, M. Tsvetayeva House-Museum.
  Published 2008: 11–12.  [In Russian]

S.S. Abramov:
• Pathogenic microorganisms. Their role in etiology, pathogenesis, and epidemiology of 
  contagious diseases. A concise guide in Bacteriology studies for the physicians
  and students. 
  Moscow: F.M. Blumenthal Inst. Published 1917: 527 P.  [In Russian] 

K. K. Vasil’ev: 
Emigration of domestic physicians to Germany after 1917
  Visnik Sumskoho Derzhavnoho Universitetu. Ser. Meditsina. 2004, 7: 5–15. [In Russian]

S. Abramow: 
Zur pathologischen Histologie des Masernexanthems
  Virchows Archiv für pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie und für klinische Medizin, 
   1921, 232: 1-21.

K. K. Vasil’ey:
Emigration of domestic physicians to Bulgaria after 1917
  Visnik Sumskoho Derzhavnoho Universitetu. Ser. Meditsina. 2004, 11: 5–13. [In Russian]

S. S. Abramov:
Patologichni procesi. Sofia: Khudozhnik Publ, 1923. 505 P. [in Bulgarian]

Armenian Encyclopedia of Hayazg Foundation. Abramov Sergei Semionovich.
  http://ru.hayazg.info/Абрамов_Сергей_Семёнович. Accessed October 11, 2014 [In Russian]

N. Zapryanov, Gr. Naidenov: 
Meditsinski biografski spravochnik. Plovdiv: Univ. Publ, 1972, p. 7. [In Bulgaraian]

• http://medfac.mu-sofia.com/kokp/?q=node/132. Accessed October 11, Katedra po
  obshcha i klinichna patologija 2014. [In Bulgarian]

• http://math.berkeley.edu/~giventh/kushner.pdf. Accessed October 11, 2014.

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