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Christian Archibald Herter - bibliography

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American physician, born September 3, 1865, Glenville, Connecticut; died December 5, 1910.


  • The Diagnosis of Diseases of the Nervous System.
    New York and London, 1892.
  • Lectures on Pathology and Its Relation to Practical Medicine.
    Philadelphia, 1902.
  • The Common Bacterial Infections of the Digestive Tract and the Intoxications Arising From Them. New York, 1907.
  • On Infantilism from Chronic Intestinal Infection.
    New York, 1908.
  • Biological Aspects of Human Problems. New York, 1911.
  • R. M. Hawthorne:
    Christian Archibald Herter, M. D. (1865-1910).
    Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, 1974, 18 (August): 24-39.
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