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Richard Cassirer - bibliography

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German neurologist, born April 23, 1868, Breslau; died August 20, 1925, Berlin.


  • Die vasomotorisch-trophischen neurosen. Berlin, 1901. 2nd, revised and expanded edition, Berlin, 1912.
  • Die multiple Sklerose. Leipzig, 1905.
  • Die beschäftigungsneurosen.
    Deutsche Klinik, volume 6, page 1; Leipzig and Vienna, 1906.
  • Die vasomotorisch-trophischen Neurosen.
    In: Handbuch der Neurologie; volume 5, Berlin. 1914.
  • Krankheiten des Rückenmarks und der peripherischen Nerven.
    In: Julius Schwalbe (1863-1930), publisher: Diagnostische und therapeutische Irrtümer und deren Verhütung. Leipzig, 1921; 2nd edition with Richard Henneberg (1868-1962), 1926.
  • Vasomotorisch-trophische Erkrankungen.
    In: Friedrich Kraus (1858-1936), Theodor Brugsch (1878-1963): Spezielle Pathologie und Therapie. Volume 10, page 3 [19 volumes, Berlin and Vienna, 1919-1929].
We thank Rudolf Kleinert, Bad Reichenhall, Germany, for information submitted.

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