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Samuel Vulfovitsj Goldflam - bibliography

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Polish neurologist, born february 22, 1852, Warsaw; died August 26, 1932.


  • Über einen scheinbar heilbaren bulbärparalytischen Symptomen-complex mit Betheiligung der Extremitäten.
    Deutsche Zeitschrift für Nervenheilkunde, 1893, 4: 312-352.
    Myasthenia gravis pseudoparalytica, or Erb-Goldflam syndrome.
  • Die diagnostische Bedeutung des Rossolimoschen Reflexes.
    Abh Neurol, H. 56. Berlin, 1930.
  • On the Sounds in the Ear and Head.
    Monograph written with S. Meyerson.
  • Ueber eine eigenthümliche Form von periodischer, familiären, wahrscheinlich autointoxicatorischer Paralyse.
    Zeitschrift für klinische Medicin, 1891, 19, Supplement-Heft: 240-285.
  • Eufemiusz Józef Herman (1892-1985):
    Historia neurologii polskiej. Wroclaw 1975
    [The history of Polish neurology]
    (Monografie z dziejów nauki i technik ; tom 97)
    [Polish with English and Russian summaries].

We thank Rudolf Kleinert, Bad Reichenhall, Germany; and Patrick Jucker-Kupper, Switzerland, for information submitted.

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