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Anton Ghon - bibliography

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Austrian pathologist, born January 1, 1866, Villach, Kärnten; died April 23, 1936, Prague.


  • Der primäre Lungenherd bei der Tuberkulose der Kinder.
    Berlin & Wien, Urbach & Schwarzenberg, 1912.
  • Die Tuberkulose und ihre Bekämpfung.
    With Rudolf von Jaksch (1855-1947). Wien, 1922.

  • Paul Huebschmann:
    Anton Ghon zum 70. Geburtstage. Klinische Wochenschrift, Berlin, 1936, 15: 2-3.
  • Georg Gruber:
    Anton Ghon. Münchener medizinische Wochenschrift, 1936, 83: 1569-1570.
  • J. Kenez:
    [Anton Ghon and the hilus lymph nodes.] [Article in Hungarian]
    Orvosi Hetilap, Budapest, October 9, 1966, 107 (41): 1953-1956.
  • W. B. Obers:
    Ghon, but not forgotten : Anton Ghon and his complex.
    Pathology annual, 1983, 18 (part 2): 79-85.

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