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Max Askanazy - bibliography

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German pathologist, born February 24,1865, Stallupönen, Ostpreussen, now Nesterov, Russia; died October 10, 1940, Genève, Switzerland.


  • Pathologisch-anatomische Beiträge zur Kenntniss des morbus basedowii, insbesondere über die dabei auftretende. Muskelerkrankkungz.
    Deutsches Archiv für klinische Medicin, Leipzig, 1898, 61:118-186.
  • Ueber Ostitis deformans ohne osteoides Gewebe.
    Arbeiten aus dem pathologisch-anatomischen Institut zu Tübingen, 1904, 4. 398-422
    Askanazy was the first to associate osteitis fibrosa cystica with parathyroid tumours.
  • Die Dermoidzysten des Eierstocks. In Bibl. Med, C, 19, Stuttgart 1905.
  • Knochenmark.
    In: Friedrich Henke, Otto Lubarsch, publishers: Handbuch der speziellen pathologischen Anatomie und Histologie. Volume 1, 2. Berlin, 1927 (12 volumes. Berlin, J. Springer, 1924-1952).
  • Die Entzündung.
    In: Albrecht Bethe (1872-1954) et al: Handbuch der normalen und pathologischen Physiologie, volume 13. Berlin, 1929 (18 volumes. Berlin, J. Springer, 1925-1932).
  • E. Rutishauser:
    Max Askanazy. Annu. médical suisse, 1941, XIX-XXVI
    Hist. de l'Université de Genève, 4, annexes, 1959, 237-239.

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