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Maxim Petrovich Konchalovskii - bibliography

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Russian/Soviet physician, 1875-1942. Name also spelled Maksim and Konchalovsky.


  • Sluchai gemorrhagicheskogo diathesa. Trudi Mosk Ter O-va 1911: 232.
  • Zheludochnaia achylia (Achylia gastrica). Dissertacia. Moscow, 1911.
  • O sekretornych nevrozah zheludka. Trudi Mosk Ter O-va 1913: 291.
  • Funccionalnaia diagnostika pecheni. Vrach Delo 1925,15-17: 1077.
  • Funccionalnaia diagnostika pecheni. Vrach Delo 1925, 18: 1300.
  • Saharnaia bolezn, ee diagnoz i lechenie. With N. P. Zolotarev.
    Moscow-Leningrad, 1928.
  • Revmatism. Vrach gaz 1931, 4: 262.
  • O klinicheskych sindromah. Sov Klin 1933, 19 (5): 657.
  • Operiodychnosty v techenii boleznei. Ter Arh 1935, 13 (1): 3.
  • Klynycheskie leccii. Vol. 1-4. Moskva-Leningrad 1935-1937.
  • Patogenez gastrytov i ych vzaimootnoshenye s razlychnymi systemami organysma.
    Vrach Delo 1936, 1: 7.
  • Uchebnyk vnutrnnych boleznei. With others. Moscow, 1946.

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