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Jean Georges Chrétien Fréderic Martin Lobstein - bibliography

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German-born French surgeon and pathologist, born May 8, 1777, Giessen in Hessen; died March 7, 1835, France. German name: Johann Georg Christian Friedrich Martin Lobstein


  • Sur la nutrition du foetus.
    Inaugural dissertation; Strassburg, 1802.
  • Nachricht über eine Privat-Entbindungsanstalt.
    In Adam Elias von Siebold’s (1775-1828) Lucina. Eine Zeitschrift zur Vervollkommnung der Entbindungskunst. Volume 1. Leipzig, 1802.
  • Sur la circulation du sang de l’enfant, qui n’a pas respire.
    Bulletin de la Société médicale d’émulation de Paris, 1816.
  • Notice sur une dustribution particulière des vaisseaux du cordon ombilical.
    Archives de l'art des accouchemens, Strasbourg.
  • Discours sur la prééminence du système nerveux etc.
    Strassburg, 1821.
  • Trisplanchnique (nerf).
    Article in Dictionnaire des sciences médicales.
  • Handbuch der Hebammenkunst.
    (Original in German) Strassburg, 1827.
  • Traité d’anatomie pathologique.
    Paris and Strassburg, 1829; 1833.
    1833: In the second volume he coined the word arteriosclerosis in a section on arterial disease in the 2nd volume and in this same volume described the condition to which his name is attached, but which had been previously described by O. J. Ekman in 1788.
  • De la fragilité des os, ou l’ostéopsathyrose.
    In his: Traité de l’anatomie pathologique. Paris, 1833, 2: 204-212. Ekman-Lobstein syndrome.
  • Essai d’une nouvelle théorie, fondée sur les anomalies de l’innervation. Paris and Strassburg, 1835.
  • Lehrbuch der pathologischen Anatomie.
    Stuttgart, 1835. 179 pages. Ekman-Lobstein syndrome.
  • Alexander Brunschwig:
    Jean Fréderic Lobstein, the first professor of pathology.
    Annals of Medical History, 1933, 5: 82-84.
  • René Caillot (1769-1835):
    Mort de Lobstein.
    Archives médicales de Strasbourg, 1835, 1: 152.
  • Johann Michael Lobstein:
    “Denkmal der Liebe”, seinem Bruder J. Fr. Lobstein errichtet durch Johann Michael Lobstein, Strassburg, 1784, 4 and “Archiv für meine Kinder,” by the same, 1787, 8.
  • Ed. Lobstein (Heidelberg):
    Johann Friedrich Lobstein sen., Professor der Anatomie und Chirurgie. Ein Lehrer Goethe’s in Strassburg.
    Heidelberg, 1880.

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