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Georges Marinesco - bibliography

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Rumanian neurologist, born February 23, 1863, Bucharest; died May 15, 1938, Bucharest. Name also commonly spelled Gheorge Marinescu.


  • Sur l’anato. pathol. de la maladie de Friedreich.
    With Paul Oscar Blocq (1860-1896). 1890.
  • Sur la morphologie des faisceaux neuro-musculaires.
    With Paul Blocq.
  • Sur les poliomyélites et les polinévrites.
  • Atlas der pathologischen Histologie des Nervensystems.
    Published with Victor Babès and P. Blocq. Berlin, Hirschwald, 1892.
  • Sur les lesions et la pathogenie de l'epilepsie dite essentiale.
    With P. Blocq P. La Semaine médicale, 1892, 12: 445-4466.
  • Dégéneration ascendante de la moelle.
    With Alexandre-Achille Souques (1860-1944). 1895.
  • Théorie des neurones. 1895.
  • La cellule nerveuse. 2 volumes, Paris, 1909.
  • Maladies des muscles.
    In Ballet-Gilbert: Traité de médecine. Paris, 1910.
  • Troubles trophiques - Rhumatisme chronique.
    In Georges Henri Roger (1860-1946), Georges Fernand Isidore Widal (1862-1929) and Pierre Teissier (1864-1932), publishers: Nouveau traité de médecine. 22 volumes, Paris, 1927.

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