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American pathologist, born July 16, 1910, Dolhinow, then in Russia, now Poland; died July 27, 2005.


  • J. Churg:
    Influence of gonadotropic hormone upon complement in Rabbit's blood.
    Doctoral dissertation, 1936.
  • Raja Sinniah, Jacob Churg, Leslie H. Sobin:
    Renal Disease : Classification and Atlas of Infectious and Tropical Diseases.
  • Jacob Churg:
    Renal Disease: Atlas of Glomerular Disease.
  • A. Churg , M. Brallas, S. R. Cronin, J. Churg:
    Formes frustes of Churg-Strauss syndrome.
    Chest, Park Ridge, Chicago, 1995, 108: 320-323.
  • Robert S. Katz, Morris Papernik, Richard W. Honsinger, Jacob Churg, Andrew Churg, Michael E. Wechsler, Jeffrey M. Drazen:
  • Zafirlukast and Churg-Strauss Syndrome. Letter.
    The Journal of the American Medical Association, Chicago, June 24, 1998, 279 ( 24).
  • E. J. Wormer:
    Jacob Churg, Lotte Strauss. Angiologie – Phlebologie.
    Syndrome und ihre Schöpfer. München: Medikon Verlag, 1991: 23-25.
  • B. M. Wagner, N. Kaufman:
    Tribute: Jacob Churg. Modern Pathology, Baltimore, 1990, 3: 549-550.
  • U. N. Persson, B. U. Hansen, H. Odeberg:
    Jacob Churg och Lotte Strauss. Förenades av ett gemensamt öde.
    (Jacob Churg and Lotte Strauss. They were brought together by a mutual destiny).
    Läkartidningen, Stockholm, 1995, 92: 1797-1798.
    In the series: Mannen bakom syndromet [The Man Behind the Syndrome].

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