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Fuller Albright - bibliography

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Biography

American physician and endocrinologist, born January 12, 1900, Buffalo, New York State; died December 8, 1969, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston.

Bibliography

  • F. Albright, A. M. Butler, Aubrey Otis Hampton, P. H. Smith:
    Syndrome characterized by osteitis fibrosa disseminata, areas of pigmentation and endocrine dysfunction, with precocious puberty in females. Report of five cases.
    New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1937, 216: 727-746.
    McCune-Albright syndrome.
  • F. Albright, C. H. Burnett, P. H. Smith, W. Parson:
    Pseudoparathyroidism, an example of "Seabright-Bantam syndrome". Report of 3 cases.
    Endocrinology, Baltimore, 1942, 30: 922-932.
  • Osteomalacia and late ricketts, the various etiologies met in the U.S with emphasis on that resulting from a specific form of renal acidosis, the therapeutical indications for each etiological subgroup, and the relationship between osteomalacia and Milkman's syndrome.
    Medicine, Baltimore, 1946, 25: 399-479.
  • F. Albright, Edward Conrad Reifenstein:
    The parathyroid glands and metabolic bone disease; selected studies.
    Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1948. 393 pages.

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