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Czech surgeon in Germany, born November 19, 1842, Trautenau, Böhmen; died October 3, 1916, Heidelberg.


  • Über Caries der Fusswurzelknochen.
    [Volkmann’s] Sammlung klinischer Vorträge, Leipzig, 1874.
  • Studien zur Radikalbehandlung der Hernien. Wiener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1877, 27: 497-500, 527-530, 553-556, 578-581.
  • Beiträge zur operativen Chirurgie. Stuttgart, 1878.
  • Ueber die Ausrottung des Gebärmutterkrebses.
    Wiener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1879, 29: 1171-1174.
    First total hysterectomy by the vaginal route.
  • Ueber die Enukleation subperitonealer Fibrome der Gebärmutter durch das Scheidengewölbe; vaginale Myoniotonie.
    Wiener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1881, 31: col. 501-505, 525-529.
    The operation of enucleation of subperitoneal uterine fibroids by the vaginal route.
  • Über die Entwicklung der Chirurgie während des 19. Jahrhunderts und ihre Beziehung zum Unterricht. Heidelberg, 1903.
  • Das Heidelberger Institut für Experimentelle Krebsforschung. Tübingen, 1912.
  • Richard Werner (1875-1943):
    Vincenz Czerny †. Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift 1916, 63: 1619-1620.
  • Henry Morris:
    A case of nephro-lithotomy; or on the extraction of a calculus from an undilated kidney.
    Transactions of the Clinical Society of London, 1880-1881, 14: 30-44.
    Nephrolithotomy; removal of a renal calculus by lumbar incision.

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