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Alexander Prussak - bibliography

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Russian otologist, born 1839, near Moscow; died January 20, 1897, St. Petersburg.


  • [Conditional alterations of the urine by reaction of nitric-acid on biliary prigment.] In Russian. Doctoral dissertation; St. Petersburg, 1866.
  • B. Proctor:
    Alexander Prussak. The Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology, St. Louis, April 1968, 77 (2): 344-349.

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