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Averill Abraham Liebow - bibliography

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Biography

American physician, born 1911, Stryj in Galicia, Austria (now in Ukraine); died 1978.

Bibliography

  • A. A. Liebow:
    The J. Burns Amberson Lecture: pulmonary angiitis and granulomatosis.
    American Review of Respiratory Diseases, Baltimore, 1973, 108:1-18.
  • Averill A. Liebow, Shields Warren, and Elbert DeCoursey:
    Pathology of Atomic Bomb Casualties.
    The American Journal of Pathology, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1949, 25 (5): 853–1027.
  • Averill A. Liebow:
    Encounter with Disaster: A Medical Diary of Hiroshima. 1945.
    New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 1970.
    Condensed version in:
    The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, New Haven, January-February 1983, 56 (1):23-38.
    Paperback (reprint), August, 1985, with introduction by Norman Cousins.
  • Colin M. Bloor, Averill A. Liebow:
    The Pulmonary and Bronchial Circulations in Congenital Heart Disease.
    Paperback (reprint): Books on Demand, January 1980. 296 pages
    Hardcover: Kluwer Academic Publishers, March, 1980. 294 pages.
  • Colin M. Bloor:
    In Remembrance of Averill A. Liebow (March 31, 1911-May 31, 1978).
    The American Journal of Pathology, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1978, 92: 577-580.
  • G. E. Lindskog:
    Averiil Abraham Liebow (1911-1978): a colleague's tribute.
    The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, New Haven, March-April 1981, 54 (2): 127-137.
  • G. J. Smith:
    Averill Abraham Liebow: contributions to pulmonary pathology.
    The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, New Haven, March-April 1981, 54 (2): 139-146.
  • P. Scarani:
    The pathologist and the bomb: Averill A. Liebow in Hiroshima.
    International Journal of Surgical Pathology, Glen Head, NY, April 2004, 12 (2): 147-148.

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