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Isidore Snapper - bibliography

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Dutch-American physician, born January 5, 1889, Amsterdam; died 1973.


  • I. Snapper, T. F. Yu, Y. T. Chiang:
    Cinamic acid metabolism in man.
    Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, 1940, 44: 30-34.
  • I. Snapper:
    Chinese Lessons to Western Medicine. A contribution to geographical medicine from the clinics of Peiping union medical college.
    With a foreword by George Richards Minot (1885-1950).
    New York, Interscience 1941. 132 illustrations.
  • I. Snapper, A. Saltzman:
    A Quantitative aspects of benzoyl glucuronate formation in normal individuals and in patients with liver disorders.
    The American Journal of Medicine, New York, 1947, 11: 327-333
  • I. Snapper, A. Saltzman:
    Excretion of glucuronates after ingestion of benzoic acid or cinnamic acid as a test of liver function. 1948.
    Conference on Liver Injury. Transactions, 7th conference. Discussion, pp. 85-86.
  • I. Snapper:
    Myelomatosis. Karger, 1971.
  • J. H. Wilson, J. C. Birkenhaeger:
    Isidore Snapper (1889-1973) and quantitative assay of fecal hemoglobin.
    Annals of Internal Medicine, Philadelphia, May 1985, 102 (5): 721.
  • H. Popper:
    Isidore Snapper, M.D. 1889-1973. The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, New York, November/December 1973, 40 (6): 716-719.
  • Mart J. van Lieburg, editor:
    Isidore Snapper's Notes for Memoirs 1889-1973: The Autobiographical Recollections of 'The Champion of Bedside Medicine'. Introduction by Maurits Frenkel MD. Rotterdam: Erasmus Publishing, 2004. 239 pages.
    The author's full name is Marius Jan van Lieburg.

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