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Abraham Buschke - bibliography

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Biography

German dermatologist, born September 27, 1868, Nakel, Posen; died 1943, Theresienstadt concentration camp, Czechoslovakia.

Bibliography

  • Die Fürsorge für geschlechtskranke Kinder am Rudolf-Virchow-Krankenhaus.
    With Martin Gumpert. Berlin, 1926.
  • Geschlechtskrankheiten bei Kindern – Ein ärztlicher und sozialer Leitfaden für alle Zweige der Jugendpflege. With Martin Gumpert. 1926
  • Gonorrhoe nebst einem Anhang der sterilitat des Mannes.
    With E. Langer. Berlin, 1926. 570 pages, with 112 partly coloured illustrations.
  • Akne.
    With A. Joseph. In: Neue Deutsche Klinik. volume 1. Berlin and Vienna, 1927.
  • Die Sprosspilze. With A. Joseph.
  • Die Sporotrichose. With E. Langer.
    In: Handbuch der pathogenen Mikroorganismen, 3rd edition, volume 5, Jena, Berlin, and Vienna, 1928.
  • Blastomykose. With A. Joseph.
    Handbuch der Hautkrankheiten, volume 11; Berlin, 1928.
  • Die Generalisierung der Syphilis und die Ausscheidung der Spirochäten.
    With F. Jacobsohn.
  • Immunität bei Syphilis. With A. Joseph.
  • Reinfektion und Superinfektion bei Syphilis. With B. Peiser.
    Handbuch der Hautkrankheiten. Volume 15, 2; Berlin, 1929.
  • William Curth, Helene Ollendorff Curth, et al.:
    Abraham Buschke, M.D. 1868-1943.
    Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology, Chicago, 1945, 52 (1): 32.

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