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Biography

German obstetrician and gynaecologist, born September 26, 1864, Berlin; died 1936.

Bibliography

Adolf Richard Henle:
Die Verletzungen und Erkrankungen des Rückenmarks und der Wirbelsäule.
Handbuch der praktischen Chirurgie. 1902. 211 pages.

Adolf Richard Henle:
Die Behandlung Der Tuberkulosen Gelenkerkrankungen Und Der Kalten Abscesse.
1897. 122 pages.

Adolf Richard Henle and Johann von Mikulicz-Radecki (1850-1905):
The Conservative Treatment of Tubercular Joint Disease and Cold Abscess: As Carried Out by Prof. J. Von Mikulicz. E. & S. Livingstone, 1900. 101 pages

Adolf Richard Henle:
Gynäkologische Diagnostik. Berlin, 1905.

Adolf Richard Henle:
Frauenkrankheiten und Geburtshilfe. In: Ferdinand Adolf Gumprecht (1864-1947), Albert Cramer, Karl Wittmaack (1876-1972), Gustav Pfarrius and O. Rigler: Lehrbuch der Arbeiter-Versicherungsmedizin. Leipzig : Barth, 1913. 643 pages.

Adolf Richard Henle:
Künstliche Fehlgeburt und künstliche Unfruchtbarkeit. Berlin, 1918.

Adolf Richard Henle:
Krankheiten der äusseren Geschlechtsteile und der Vagina. In Julius Schwalbe’s (1863-1930): Diagnostische und therapeutische Irrtümer und deren Verhütung. Leipzig, Georg Thieme, 1921.

Isidor Fischer (1869-1943), publisher:
Biographisches Lexikon der hervorragenden Ärzte der letzten fünfzig Jahre.
Berlin – Wien, Urban & Schwarzenberg, 1932.

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