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Theodor Karl Gustav von Leber - bibliography

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Biography

German ophthalmologist, born February 29, 1840, Karlsruhe; died April 17, 1917, Heidelberg.

Bibliography

  • Anatomische Untersuchungen über die Blutgefässe des menschlichen Auges.
    Denkschrift der kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien, 1865.
  • Untersuchungen über die Caries der Zähne.
    With Jean Baptist Rottenstein. Berlin : Verlag von August Hirschwald, 1867.
  • Der Augenspiegel. Berlin, 1872.
  • Studien über den Flüssigkeitswechsel im Auge.
    [Albrecht von Graefes] Archiv für Ophthalmologie, 1973, 19, Abt. II, 87-185.
  • Ueber die Erkrankungen des Auges bei Diabetes mellitus.
    [Albrecht von Graefes] Archiv für Ophthalmologie, 1875, 21, Abteilung III, 206.337.
  • Die Circulations- und Ernährungsverhältnisse des Auges.
    In Graefe-Saemisch: Handbuch der gesamten Augenheilkunde, 1876.
    Also in 2nd edition, volume 2, 2. Leipzig, 1903, page 1076. 9: 1916
  • Die Krankheiten der Netzhaut und des Sehnerven.
    In Graefe-Saemisch: Handbuch der gesamten Augenheilkunde, volume 3 and 4; Leipzig, 1877; 2nd edition, 1915-1916.
  • Die Entstehung der Entzündung und die Wirkung der entzündungserregenden Schädlichkeiten.
    In Graefe-Saemisch: Handbuch der gesamten Augenheilkunde, volume, 4. Leipzig, 1891. List of written works in Julius Hirschberg: Geschichte der Augenheilkunde, volume 15, 2, page 53; Leipzig.

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