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James Ewing - bibliography

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Biography

American pathologist, born December 25, 1866, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; died May 16, 1943, New York.

Bibliography

  • G. A. Luecke:
    Die Lehre von den Geschw├╝lsten in anatomischer und klinischer Beziehung.
    In: Franz Freiherr von Pitha (1810-1875) and Theodor Billroth (1829-1894): Handbuch der allgemeinen und spezielle Chirurgie. Volume II, 1, 1867. James Ewing:
  • Clinical pathology of blood: A Treatise on the General Principles and Special Applications of Hematology.
    Philadelphia and New York, 1901.
  • Neoplastic diseases: A Textbook on Tumors.
    Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, and London, 1919. Fourth edition 1940.
  • Causation, Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer. Baltimore, 1931.

    In Text-book of legal medicine and toxicology. Philadelphia, 1903.
  • Identity.
  • The Signs of Death.
  • Sudden Death.
  • Blood. Philadelphia. 1910. Biographical:
  • A. R. Zantinga, M. J. Coppes:
    James Ewing (1866-1943): "the chief".
    Medical and Pediatric Oncology, New York, 1993, 21 (7): 505-510.
  • A. G. Huvos:
    James Ewing: cancer man.
    Annals of Diagnostic Pathology, April 1998, 2 (2): 146-148.

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