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Heinrich Neumann - bibliography

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Hungarian otologist, born June 10, 1873, Héthárs; died 1939.


  • Der otitische Kleinhirnabszess. Munich, 1905.
    English translation by Richard Lake (1861-1949):
    Otitic cerebellar abscess. London : H. K. Lewis, 1909.
  • Geschichte der intrakraniellen otitischen Komplikationen seit 1850.
    In Adam Politzer: Geschichte der Ohrenheilkunde, volume 2, Stuttgart, 1913.
  • Die Physiologie des Bogengangapparates. With F. Fremel.
  • Physiologie der Zentren und Bahnen des Vestibularapparates.
    In: Alfred Denker (1863-1941) and Otto Kahler (1878-1946), publishers: Handbuch der Hals-, Nasen- und Ohrenheilkunde, volume 6, Berlin, 1926 (Berlin and Munich, 1925-1929).
  • Chirurgie des Ohres.
    In: Anton Freiherr von Eiselsberg (1860-1939), Lehrbuch der Chirurgie, volume 1, Berlin, 1930.

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