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Heinrich Ernst Albers-Schönberg - bibliography

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Biography

German radiologist and surgeon, born January 21, 1865, Hamburg; died June 6, 1921, Hamburg.

Bibliography

  • Einige mit Kochschen Tuberkulin behandelte Fälle. Doctoral dissertation, 1891.
  • Die Röntgentechnik - Lehrbuch für Ärzte und Studierende.
    Hamburg, L. Gräfe & Sillem, 1903. 264 pages.
    2nd revised edition, Hamburg, Grafe & Sillem, 1906. 428 pages.
    6th edition, Leipzig, Thieme, 1941, xvi, 701 p. Published by Rudolf Grashey.
    By 2000 this book commanded a price of about DM 2000 in antique bookshops.
  • Das Röntgenverfahren in der Chirurgie.
  • Elektrizität und Licht in der Medizin.
    Hrsg. vom Zentralkomitee für das ärztliche Fortbildungswesen in Preussen, in dessen Auftrage redigiert von R. Kutner. Jena, G. Fischer, 1909. 216 pages.
    Eight lectures given by Albers-Schönberg et al.
  • Archiv und Atlas der normalen und pathologischen Anatomie in typischen Röntgenbildern.
  • Eine seltene, bisher nicht bekannte Strukturanomalie des Skelettes.
    Fortschritte auf dem Gebiete der Röntgenstrahlen, Hamburg, 1916, 23: 174–175.
  • Ch. Mörgeli:
    Albers-Schönberg: ein Röntgenpionier. Die Weltwoche, 1989, 34, 24. 8.: 35

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