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Lazar Salomowitch Minor - bibliography

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Biography

Russian neurologist, born 1855, Vilnius, Lithuania; died 1942, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Bibliography

(3) L. S. Minor:
Über eine Bewegungsprobe und Bewegungsstörung bei Lumbalschmerz und bei Ischias.
Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift, Berlin, 1898, 24:382–384.

(7) L. S. Minor:
Chisla i nabliudeniia iz oblasti alcoholisma.
[Statistics and Observations on Alcoholism] Kushner & Co, Moskva, 1910 (in Russian)

L. Minor:
Zur Kasuistik des sogenannten essentiellen oder hereditären Zitterns.
Zeitschrift für die gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie, 1927, 110. 

Schenderoff (a pupil of Minor:
Zur Kasuistik des sogenannten „hereditären“ Tremors.
Zeitschrift für die gesamte Neurologie und Psychiatrie, 1927, 110 (1): 210-214.

(5) L. Minor:
Neue Beobachtungen über das erbliche Zittern. Russk Klin, 1929, 12:713–725

(4) L. Minor:
Das erbliche Zittern. In: M. Lewandowsky, editor: Handbuch der Neurologie, volume 16, 1936. Julius Springer, Berlin. Pages 974–1005.

(2) Yup Lisitsin:
AYa Kozhevnikov i moskovskaya shkola nevropatologov.
[Aya Kozhevnikov AYa and Moscow neurological school]. Medgiz, Moskva, 1961. In Russian.

(6) H. B. G. Chodos:
Kratkij ocherk otechestvennoj nevrologii. [Short review on Soviet Neurology].
Vostochno Sibirskoe Knignoe Izdateljstvo, Irkutsk (in Russian)1965.

(1) VI Porudominskij:
Ravenstvo dlaj vsech—aksioma [Equality of all people—the axiom]. 2001, October 9: 35-38. In Russian.

(8) U. Eisenberg:
Home Away from Home: The Berlin Neuroanatomist Louis Jacobsohn-Lask in Russia.
In: S. G. Solomon, editor: Doing medicine together: Germany and Russia between the wars. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2006.

(9) E. Flatau, L. Jacobsohn and L. Minor:
Handbuch der pathologischen Anatomie der Nervensystems. Karger, Berlin, 1904.

(10) J. Richter:
Pantheon of brains: the Moscow Brain Research Institute 1925–1936.
Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, Abingdon, UK, 2007, 16: 138-149.

A. A. Vein:
Lazar Solomonovich Minor (1855–1942).
Journal of Neurology, Berlin, 2011, 258, 1371-1372.

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