Theodor Maximilian Bilharz - bibliography

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Biography

German physician and parasitologist, born March 23, 1825, Sigmaringen; died May 9, 1862, Cairo.

Bibliography

  • Darstellung des gegenwärtigen Zustandes unserer Kenntnisse von dem Blut wirbelloser Thiere mit eigene mikroskopischen Untersuchungen.
    Prize-winning paper, faculty of medicine in Tübingen, 1847.
  • Fernere Beobachtungen über das die Pfortader des Menschen bewohnende Distomum haematobium und sein Verhältnis zu gewissen pathologischen Bildungen. Zeitschrift für Wissenschaftliche Zoologie, Leipzig, 1852, 4: 72
  • Ein Beitrag zur Helminthographia humana, aus brieflichen Mittheilungen des Dr. Bilharz in Kairo, nebst Bemerkungen von C. Th. v. Siebold.
    Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie, Leipzig, 1853, 4: 53-76.
    Referring to Carl Theodor Ernst von Siebold, 1804-1885.
    Discovery in 1851, of Schistosoma haematobium.
    English translation in Review of Infectious Diseases, Chicago 1984, 4: 727-732.
    And in: Benjamin Harrison Kean (1912-1993), Kenneth E. Mott and Adair J. Russell: Tropical medicine and parasitology: classic investigations. 1 volume in 2. Ithaca, London : Cornell University Press, 1978.
  • Distomum haematobium und sein Verhältnis zu gewissen pathologischen Veränderungen der menschlichen Harnorgane.
    Wiener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1856, 6: 49-52, 65-68.
  • Über Pentastomum constrictum.
    Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Zoologie; 1856, 7: 329-330.
  • Das electrische Organ des Zitterwelses. Anatomische Beschreibung. Leipzig, 1857.
  • Über die Eingeweidewürmer Ägyptens. Zeitschrift der kaiserlich-königlichen Gesellschaft der Ärzte zu Wien, 1858; 14: 447-448.
  • Thomas Spencer Cobbold:
    Entozoa: an introduction to the study of helminthology, with reference more particularly to the internal parasites of man.
    2 volumes in 1. London : Groombridge & Sons, 1864-1869.
    Cobbold suggested (page 36) that a mollusc was the intermediate host in bilharziasis. He named Filaria bancrofti and Bilharzia haematobia and several other parasites.
  • Julius Leopold Pagel (1851-1912):
    Theodor Bilharz.
    In August Hirsch, publisher: Biographisches Lexikon der hervorragenden Ärzte aller Zeiten und Völker. Urban & Schwarzenberg. 2nd edition. Berlin, 1929, page 538.
  • Hans Schadewaldt (born 1923):
    Theodor Bilharz.
    In: Charles Coulston Gillispie. Editor in chief: Dictionary of Scientific Biographies. Charles Scribner’s Sons. New York, 1970, pp. 127-128.

  • Olav Thulesius:
    Theodor Bilharz. Försökte förklara "mysteriet med masken" – som fortfarande är ett stort globalt hälsoproblem.
    Läkartidningen, Stockholm, 1990, 87 (44): 3619-3620.
    In the series: Mannen bakom syndromet [The Man Behind the Syndrome].

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