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Theodor Brugsch - bibliography

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German physician, born October 11, 1878, Graz; died 1963.


  • Lehrbuch klinischer Untersuchungsmethoden.
    With Alfred Schittenhelm (born 1874). Berlin and Vienna, 1908; 6th edition, 1923.
  • Der Nukleinstoffwechsel und seine Störungen. Jena, 1910.
  • Diätetik innerer Erkrankungen.
    Berlin, 1911; 2nd edition, 1919 as:
  • Lehrbuch der Diätetik des Gesunden und Kranken.
  • Technik der speziellen klinischen Untersuchungsmethoden.
    With A. Schittenhelm Berlin and Vienna, 1914; 2nd edition 1923-1929 as:
  • Klinische Laboratoriumstechnik.
  • Allgemeine Prognostik.
    Berlin and Vienna, 1918; 2nd edition, 1922.
  • Lehrbuch der Herz- und Gafässerkrankungen. Berlin, 1929.
  • Lehrbuch der inneren Medizin.
    2 volumes; Berlin and Vienna, 1931.
  • Arzt seit fünf Jahrzehnten. Several editons, 1953-1959. 400 pages.
  • H. Brugsch:
    Theodor Brugsch.
    Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift, Stuttgart, 1964, 89: 576-577.
We thank Rudolf Kleinert, Bad Reichenhall, Germany, for information submitted.

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