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Alexander Bittorf - bibliography

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Biography

German internist, born April 29, 1876, Leipzig-Raudnitz; died 1940.

Bibliography

  • Boecksches Sarkoid mit Beteiligung innerer Organe.
    With Erich Kuznitsky (born 1883).
    Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1915; 62: 1349-1353.
  • Endothelien im strömenden Blute und ihre Beziehungen zu hämorrhagischer Diathese.
    Deutsches Archiv für klinische Medizin, Leipzig, 1920; 133: 64-73.
  • Die Pathologie der Nebennieren und der Morbus Addisonii. Jena, 1908.
  • Der Wasser- und Kochsalz-Stoffwechsel und seine bedeutung für Pathologie und Therapie. Halle an der Saale, 1911.
  • Atmung. With Oskar Minkowski (1858-1931).
    In: L. Krehl and Felix Jacob Marchand: Handbuch der allgemeinen Pathologie. Leipzig, 1912.
  • Lungenkrankheiten.
    In Paul Krause (publisher): Lehrbuch der klinischen Diganostik innerer Krankheiten. Jena, 1924.
  • Klinik der Lebersyphilis.
    In Handbuch der Haut und Geschlechtskrankheiten, volume 6,1, Berlin, 1931.
  • Grundriss der gesamten praktischen Medizin. With Eduard Müller (1876-1928.
    2 volumes. This is the 2nd edition of volume 3 of Eduard Müller’s Therapie des praktischen Arztes. Berlin, 1931. This work was first published in two volumes in 1914.

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