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Alfred Vogt - bibliography

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Biography

Swiss ophthalmologist, born October 31, 1879, Menziken, Aargau; died 1943.

Bibliography

  • Damage to the Eye caused by Aniline Dye.
    Written while he worked with professor Carl Mellinger (1858-1917) in Basel.
  • Atlas der Spaltlampenmikroskopie des lebenden Auges.
    Berlin, J. Springer, 1921.
    Second edition greatly revised and enlarged. Volume 1-2, Springer, 1930-1931; volume 3, Stuttgart, F. Enke, 1942. English translation of volume 3, Zurich, 1947. Reprint of 2nd edition, Bonn, J. P. Wayenborgh, 1977. English translation by F. C. Blodi, 3 volumes, Bonn, J. P. Wayenborgh, 1978-1981. Also translated into French, and Italian.
  • Zur Heilung der Netzhautablösung mittels Ignipunktur des Risses.
    Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift, Basel, 1933, 63: 825-827.
  • F. W. Stocker:
    Professor Alfred Vogt (1879-1943).
    Obituary. Archives of Ophthalmology, Chicago, 1944, 31: 172-174.
  • Euard Bider:
    Alfred Vogt in Basel. 1918-1923. Inaugural dissertation, Basel, 1964. 55 pages. Remembrances of Things Past. 1923-1943: The era of Alfred Vogt.
    Survey of Ophthalmology, Boston, 1974, 19: 31-37.
  • H. Schläpfer, H. Wagner:
    Zum 100 Geburtstag von Prof Alfred Vogt.
    Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift, Basel, 1979, 109: 1565-1566.
We thank Rudolf Kleinert, Bad Reichenhall, Germany, for information submitted.

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