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Ernst Leberecht Wagner - bibliography

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Biography

German pathologist, born March 12, 1829, Dehlitz bei Weissenfels; died February 10, 1888, Leipzig.

Bibliography

  • Der Gebärmutterkrebs. Leipzig, B. G. Teubner, 1858.
    In this work Wagner presented the first important contribution to the knowledge of the gross pathology of uterine cancer.
  • Handbuch der allgemeinen Pathologie. By Johann Paul Uhle (1827-1861) und Wagner.
    Leipzig, 1862. 2nd edition 1864, 3rd. edition 1865.
    4th and expanded edition published by Wagner. Leipzig, Verlag von Otto Wigand, 1868. 5th edition 1872, 6th edition 1874, 7th edition 1876. English translation, New York, 1876/1877. French, Paris, 1872. Greek, Athens 1876, Polish translation by Heinrich Luczkiewicz (1826-1891). Wagner’s best-known work.
  • Die Fettmetamorphose des Herzfleisches. Leipzig, 1864.
  • Das Colloid-Milium der Hut. Archiv der Heilkunde, 1866, 7: 463-464.
    Colloid degeneration of the skin, Wagner’s disease.
  • Das tuberkelähnliche Lymphadenom. 1871.
  • Krankheiten der Nasenrachenhöhle und des Rachens.
    With Hermann Friedrich Wendt (1838-1875). In: Hugo Wilhelm von Ziemssen (1829-1902), et al: Handbuch der speciellen Pathologie und Therapie. 17 volumes, Leipzig, 1875-1885.
  • Der Morbus Brightii.
  • Krankheiten des weichen Gaumens.
    Worked out by Wagner, in Hugo Wilhelm von Ziemssen’s Handbuch der speciellen Pathologie und Therapie, volume VII, IX. Leipzig.
  • Felix Victor Birch-Hirschfeld:
    Ernst Leberecht Wagner. Deutsche medicinische Wochenschrift, 1888, 14: 217-219.

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