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Gunnar B. Stickler - bibliography

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Biography

German-American paediatrician, born June 13, 1925, Peterskirchen, Bavaria; died November 4, 2010, Minneapolis.

Bibliography

  • Elias Cohen and Gunnar B. Stickler:
    Stickler. Absence of albuminlike serum proteins in turtles.
    Science, Washington, 1958, 127: 1392.
  • C. S. Hoyt and G. B. Stickler:
    A study of 44 children with the syndrome of recurrent (cyclic) vomiting.
    Pediatrics, Elk Grove Village, Illinois, 1960, 25: 775-780.
  • G. B. Stickler, P. G. Belau, F. J. Farrell, J. D. Jones, D. G. Pugh, A. G. Steinberg, L. E. Ward:
    Hereditary Progressive Arthro-Ophthalmopathy.
    Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Rochester, Minnesota, 1965, 40: 433-455.
  • G. B. Stickler, M. Salte, D. D. Broughton, A. Alario:
    Parents' worries about children compared to actual risks.
    Clinical Pediatrics, Philadelphia, 1991, 30 (9): 522-528.
  • G. B. Stickler:
    Worries of parents and their children.
    Clinical Pediatrics, Philadelphia, 1996, 35 (2): 84-90.
  • G. B. Stickler:
    Relationship between cyclic vomiting syndrome and migraine.
    Clinical Pediatrics, Glen Head, NY, 2005, 44 (6): 505-508. Sources:
  • Wikipedia. The Free Encyclopedia.
  • Peter Beighton & Gretha Beighton:
    The Man Behind the Syndrome. Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 1986.

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