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Siegfried Oberndorfer - bibliography

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German physician, born June 24, 1876, Munich; died 1944.


  • Karzinoide Tumoren des Dünndarmes.
    Frankfurter Zeitschrift für Pathologie, 1907, 1: 426-429.
  • Pathologisch-anatomische Situsbilder der Bauchhöhle.
    In: Lehman’s Medizinische Atlanten, Munich, 1922.
  • Die Geschwülste des Darmes.
    In: Handbuch der pathologischen Anatomie, volume 4,3, Berlin, 1929.
  • Prostata, Hoden, Geschwülste.
    In: Handbuch der pathologischen Anatomie, volume 6, Berlin, 1931.
  • Irwin M. Modlin, Michael D. Shapiro, Mark Kidd:
    Siegfried oberndorfer: Origins and perspectives of carcinoid tumors.
    Human pathology, Philadelphia, 2004, 35 (12): 1440-1451.
  • M. L. Corman and A. Khoynezhad:
    Siegfried Oberndorfer. In: M.L. Corman: Colon and Rectal Surgery.
    Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2005: 1091.
  • Joachim Thomas Katz:
    Leben und Werk der Pathologen Prof. Dr. siegfried Oberndorfer, erster Chefarzt der Pathologie am Krankenhaus München-Schwabing. Book, 2005.
  • Joachim Katz:
    Leben und Werk des Pathologen Siegfried Oberndorfer (1876-1944), Vorstand des Pathologischen Instituts am Krankenhaus München-Schwabing.
    Doctoral dissertation, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften. 2006.

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