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Walther Carl Eduard Kausch - bibliography

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German surgeon, born July 17, 1867, Königsberg, Prussia, (now Kaliningrad, Russia); died March 24, 1928, Berlin.


  • Über den Diabetes mellitus der Vögel.
    Habilitation thesis, University of Strassburg, 1896.
  • Chirurgie des Magens und Darmes.
    In: Handbuch der praktischen Chirurgie, 1.–5 A, volume 3, Stuttgart, 1899-1921.
  • Erkrankungen der Brustdrüse.
    Deutsche Klinik, volume 8, Berlin and Vienna, 1905.
  • Pathologie und Therapie des Ileus. Gesammelte Abhandlungen aus dem Gebiete der Verdauungskrankheiten, volume 5, 6, Halle, 1915.
  • G. Spech, K. Stinshoff:
    [Walther Kausch (1867-1928) and his significance in pancreatic surgery]
    Article in German. Zentralblatt für Chirurgie, Leipzig, June 2001, 126 (6): 479-481.

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