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Nicholas Hajdu - bibliography

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Hungarian-English radiologist, born 1908, Ogyalla, Hungary.


  • N Hajdu:
    Treatment of Asthma in Childhood.
    British Medical Journal, April 24, 1943, 1 (4294): 520.
  • R. Lightwood, M. Bodian, J. Suthcliffe, G. H. Macnab, N. Hajdu:
    Discussion: eosinophilic granuloma; Letterer-Siwe disease; Hand-Schüller-Christian disease. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, London, September 1955, 48 (9): 711-720.
  • N. Hajdu:
    The acute abdomen. III. Plain radiography of the abdomen in paediatric practice.
    The British Journal of Radiology, London, November 1955, 28 (335): 590-604. .
  • N. Hajdu, M. A. Harris, G. S. Ramsay:
    Closed loop obstruction of the afferent limb; a late complication of antecolic partial gastrectomy.
    The British Journal of Radiology, London, August 1956, 29 (344): 418-422.
  • N. Hajdu:
    Some rare conditions in childhood involving the pancreas and duodenum.
    Annales de radiologie, Paris, 1967, 10 (9):675-686.
  • N. Hajdu, I. Hyde, V. Riddell:
    Antro-pyloric hypertrophy in patients with longstanding gastro-enterostomies a study of thirteen cases.
    The British Journal of Radiology, London, January 1968, 41 (481): 49-54.
  • N. Hajdu:
    The role of translateral films in the barium meal.
    Clinical Radiology, January 1968, 19 (1): 33-46.
  • N. Hajdu:
    Mesenteric adenitis in childhood simulating intussusception.
    Acta radiologica. Diagnosis, Stockholm, March 1970, 10 (2): 130-137.
  • N. Hajdu, G. de Lacey:
    The Rutherford Morison pouch; a characteristic appearance on abdominal radiographs.
    The British Journal of Radiology, London, October 1970, 43 (514): 706-709.
  • D. J. Wilkinson, K. W. Wilkinson, N. Hajdu:
    Intestinal duplication. A report of two cases.
    The British Journal of Radiology, London, December 1973, 46 (552): 1070-1072.
  • Frederic Noah Silverman (1914-20069. J. P. Dorst, N. Hajdu:
    Acroosteolysis (Hajdu-Cheney syndrome).
    Birth Defects Original Article Series, 1974, 10 (12): 106-123. Biographical:
  • Barry G. Firkin and Judith A. Whitworth:
    Dictionary of Medical Eponyms.
    The Parthenon Publishing Group. 1989. New edition in 2002.
  • Peter Beighton & Gretha Beighton:
    The Man Behind the Syndrome. Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg, 1986.

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