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Eduard Albert - bibliography

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Czech surgeon, born January 20, 1841, Žamberk, Czech Republic, then Senftenberg in the Kingdom of Bohemia, a part of Austria-Hungary. Died September 26, 1900, Žamberk.


  • Lehrbuch der Chirurgie und Operationslehre.
    1875? 2nd ed, Vienna, 1882-1883.
    Italian translation by A. Dandolo & L. Resegotti: Trattato di chirurgia e di medicina operatoria per medici pratici e studenti. 5 volumes. Milano, Vallardi, 1893-1900.
  • Vorlesungen über chirurgische Diagnostik.
    2nd edition, Vienna, 1882; 8th edition, 1899.
  • Einige Fälle von kunstlicher Ankylosenbildung an paralytischen Gliedmassen.
    Wiener medizinische Presse, 1882, 23: 725-728.
    English translation in Bick, Classics of orthopaedics, 52-54.
    Albert introduced the concept of joint arthrodesis into orthopaedic surgery. This is the first description of arthrodesis of an ankle for paralytic foot.
  • Beiträge zur Geschichte der Chirurgie. Vienna.
  • Beiträge zur operativen Chirurgie.
    A collection of smaller works.
  • Vorlesungen über chirurgie. Diagnostik.
  • Achillodynie. Wiener medizinische Presse, 1893, 34: 41-43.
  • Zwei Gedenkreden auf Theodor Billroth.
    Offprint from Wiener klinische Wochenschrift, number 8, 1894, and number 7, 1895. 7 + 11 pages.
  • Zur Lehre von der Coxa vara und Coxa valga. Vienna 1899.
  • Der Mechanismus der skoliotischen Wirbelsäule. Vienna 1899.
  • Die seitlichen Kniegelengsverkrümmungen und die kompensatorischen Fussformen. Vienna 1899.
We thank Rudolf Kleinert, Bad Reichenhall, Germany, for information submitted.

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