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Alexandr Alexandrovich Bogomolets - bibliography

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Olexandr Olexandrovych Bohomelets Ukrainian pathophysiologist, born May 12, 1881, Kiev; died July 19, 1946.


  • K voprosu o mikroskopicheskom stroenii i fiziologicheskom znachenii nadpochechnych zhelez v zdorovom i bolnom organizme.
    Dissertacia. Sankt Peterburg, 1909.
  • Kratkii kurs pathologicheskoi phyziologii. Saratov, 1921.
  • Patologicheskaia physiologia. 2 volumes. Saratov, 1923-1924.
  • Vvedenie v uchenie o konsituciah i diatezah. Moskva, 1926.
  • Krizis endokrinologii. Moscow, 1927.
    Crisis of endocrinology. German: Krise der Endokrinologie.
  • Otiok. Moscow, 1928.
  • [Introduction to the doctrines of the constitution and diatheses].
    Moscow, 2nd edition, 1928.
    German: Einführung in die Lehre der Konstitution und der Diathesen.
  • Vegetativnych centrah obmena. Moscow, 1928.
  • [Oedema]. German: Das Ödem. In Russian. Moscow, 1929.
  • [Textbook of pathological physiology]. Moscow, 1929.
    German: Lehrbuch der pathologischen Physiologie.
  • Arterialnaia gipertonia. Moscow-Leningrad, 1929.
  • Osnovi patologicnoi physiologii. With others. 3 volumes, 1933-1936.
  • Prodlenie zhyzni. Kiev.1938.

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