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Friedrich Schlemm - bibliography

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Biography

German anatomist, born December 11, 1795, Salzgitter in Hannover; died May 27, 1858.

Bibliography

  • De articarium faciei anastomosibus. Doctoral dissertation, Berlin, 1821.
  • Anatomische Beschreibung des Blutgefässystems der Schlangen.
    [Tiedemann and Treviranus] Zeitschrift für Physiologie, Heidelberg, 1826.
  • Arteriarum capitis superficialum icon nova. Berlin, 1830.
    In this work Schlemm also reports his discovery of the corneal nerves.
  • Bemerkungen über den angeblichen Ohrknoten (Ganglion oticum).
    [Froriep’s] Notizen aus dem Gebiete der Natur- und Heilkunde, 1831.
  • Anatomisch-pathologische Beobachtungen. Preuss. med. Vereins-Ztg. 1833.
  • Observationes neurologicae, quas ut locum in facult. med . . . rite obtineret, scripsit. Berlin, 1834.

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